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  • COVID-19 State Data - 4/21/20 – 4/27/20

    As several states begin to emerge from lockdown, it seems appropriate to begin tracking their rates of Covid 19 case increase, deaths, and testing. I’ve limited the number of states in these posts to the most populous, adding such states that have begun to reopen for business. Although these states are supposed to conform to the CDC’s protocols for reporting, some state numbers are a bit dubious, but their numbers are the only numbers, so they’re included.



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    While infection rate is down in most states, deaths are mounting always faster. Pennsylvania seems be doing something right, while California, N. Carolina and Virginia are becoming a mess.


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    • #3
      Confirmed cases jumped in Texas and Massachusetts, and now Virginia is showing a troubling trend across the board. Pennsylvania’s and Washington’s data-reporting lags behind the other states, which explains the oddness reflected.


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        Texas has finally started testing seriously, but the number of reported deaths remains suspiciously low, as it does in Georgia. Massachusetts and Illinois are getting hammered, with Virginia and Pennsylvania not far behind.


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