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Here’s where each state stands with COVID-19 rates, deaths – Portland, Oregon

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Denver (KDVR) — With the arrival of the holiday season New COVID-19 Omicron variantWhere do the states of the United States stand in the coronavirus?

according to Centers for Disease Control and PreventionOver the last 30 days, the number of cases and deaths in the United States has increased.

The blue bar shows the daily case. The red line is the 7-day moving average for each CDC.

What is the positive rate?

according to Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, The positive rate sounds exactly like that. Percentage of all coronavirus tests performed that are actually positive — (positive test) / (total test) x 100%. Positive rates (sometimes called “positive rates” or “positive rates”) help public health authorities answer questions such as:

  • What is the current level of SARS-CoV-2 (coronavirus) infection in the community?
  • Have you done enough testing on the number of infected people?

The number of Positive test If is high, or Total test Low. According to Johns Hopkins, a high positive rate indicates that people with a high infection rate and untested coronavirus are likely to be in the community.


Positive rate and total number of cases

According to the CDC, the positive rates and case totals for each state over the last seven days on Monday are:

  • Alabama: Case: 3,489 Positive: 5-7.9%
  • Alaska: Case: 1,866 Positive: 3-4.9%
  • Arizona: Case: 23,272 Positive: 15-19.9%
  • Arkansas: Case: 5,462 Positive: 8-9.9%
  • California: Case: 39,539 Positive: Not available
  • Colorado: Case: 16,728 Positive: 8-9.9%
  • Connecticut: Case: 6,802 Positive: Not available
  • Delaware: Case: 2,984 Positive: 8-9.9%
  • Florida: Cases: 12,195 Positives: 3-4.9%
  • Georgia: Case: 7,984 Positive: 3-4.9%
  • Hawaii: Case: 752 Positive: Less than 3%
  • Idaho: Case: 3,145 Positive: 10-14.9%
  • Illinois: Case: 42,472 Positive: 5-7.9%
  • Indiana: Case: 28,791 Positive: 15-19.9%
  • Iowa: Case: 11,765 Positive: 15-19.9%
  • Kansas: Case: 11,666 Positive: 15-19.9%
  • Kentucky: Cases: 14,135 Positives: 10-14.9%
  • Louisiana: Case: 3,238 Positive: Less than 3%
  • Main: Case: 4,624 Positive: 10-14.9%
  • Maryland: Case: 9,380 Positive: 5-7.9%
  • Massachusetts: Cases: 26,139 Positives: 3-4.9%
  • Michigan: Cases: 58,969 Positives: 15-19.9%
  • Minnesota: Cases: 31,702 Positives: 10-14.9%
  • Mississippi: Case: 2,478 Positive: 5-7.9%
  • Missouri: Case: 16,997 Positive: 10-14.9%
  • Montana: Case: 2,165 Positive: 8-9.9%
  • Nebraska: Case: 6,039 Positive: 15-19.9%
  • Nevada: Case: 4,590 Positive: 8-9.9%
  • New Hampshire: Case: 8,033 Positive: 10-14.9%
  • New Jersey: Cases: 21,464 Positives: 5-7.9%
  • New Mexico: Case: 10,411 Positive: 15-19.9%
  • New York: Case: 42,343 Positive: 5-7.9%
  • North Carolina: Cases: 15,139 Positives: 5-7.9%
  • North Dakota: Number of cases: 3,446 Positive rate: 10-14.9%
  • Ohio: Case: 48,602 Positive: 15-19.9%
  • Oklahoma: Case: 7,560 Positive: 10-14.9%
  • Oregon: Case: 6,052 Positive: 5-7.9%
  • Pennsylvania: Cases: 47,196 Positives: 10-14.9%
  • Rhode Island: Number of cases: 5,272 Positive rate: 5 to 7.9%
  • South Carolina: Cases: 5,056 Positives: 5-7.9%
  • South Dakota: Number of cases: 3,979 Positive rate: 15-19.9%
  • Tennessee: Case: 10,997 Positive: Not available
  • Texas: Case: 17,659 Positive: 5-7.9%
  • Utah: Case: 9,822 Positive: 10-14.9%
  • Vermont: Case: 3,477 Positive: 3-4.9%
  • Virginia: Case: 14,332 Positive: 5-7.9%
  • Washington: 10,718 Positive: Not available
  • West Virginia: Number of Cases: 6,510 Positive Rate: 10-14.9%
  • Wisconsin: Case: 29,397 Positive: 10-14.9%
  • Wyoming: Case: 1,548 Positive: 5-7.9%

Total number of deaths

The total number of deaths reported in each state over the last 7 days is as follows:

  • Alabama: 19
  • Alaska: 6
  • Arizona: 220
  • Arkansas: 47
  • California: 681
  • Colorado: 244
  • Connecticut: 61
  • Delaware: 21
  • Florida: 14
  • Georgia: 297
  • Hawaii: 13
  • Idaho: 78
  • Illinois: 263
  • Indiana: 326
  • Iowa: 91
  • Kansas: 57
  • Kentucky: 239
  • Louisiana: 49
  • Main: 32
  • Maryland: 88
  • Massachusetts: 138
  • Michigan: 478
  • Minnesota: 278
  • Mississippi: 15
  • Missouri: 125
  • Montana: 108
  • Nebraska: 34
  • Nevada: 98
  • New Hampshire: 56
  • New Jersey: 108
  • New Mexico: 97
  • New York: 277
  • North Carolina: 80
  • North Dakota: 38
  • Ohio: 368
  • Oklahoma: 49
  • Oregon: 127
  • Pennsylvania: 499
  • Rhode Island: 19
  • South Carolina: 79
  • South Dakota: 37
  • Tennessee: 417
  • Texas: 501
  • Utah: 77
  • Vermont: 9
  • Virginia: 108
  • Washington: 205
  • West Virginia: 145
  • Wisconsin: 190
  • Wyoming: 81

By comparison, CDC, 4 people died of influenza In the United States during the 47th week of 2021.

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