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States sorted by COVID-19 growth

Figures are daily growth percentage (7-day average)

  1. Puerto Rico growth: 0.73%
  2. Virgin Islands growth: 0.71%
  3. Hawaii growth: 0.33%
  4. American Samoa growth: 0.29%
  5. Vermont growth: 0.27%
  6. Maine growth: 0.27%
  7. Connecticut growth: 0.25%
  8. Massachusetts growth: 0.24%
  9. Rhode Island growth: 0.20%
  10. District of Columbia growth: 0.20%
  11. New Jersey growth: 0.20%
  12. Washington growth: 0.19%
  13. Oregon growth: 0.18%
  14. Illinois growth: 0.18%
  15. New York growth: 0.18%
  16. Maryland growth: 0.17%
  17. Michigan growth: 0.16%
  18. Delaware growth: 0.16%
  19. New Hampshire growth: 0.15%
  20. Colorado growth: 0.15%
  21. Virginia growth: 0.15%
  22. Minnesota growth: 0.15%
  23. Wisconsin growth: 0.14%
  24. Pennsylvania growth: 0.11%
  25. North Carolina growth: 0.10%
  26. Florida growth: 0.09%
  27. California growth: 0.09%
  28. Alaska growth: 0.09%
  29. Ohio growth: 0.08%
  30. West Virginia growth: 0.07%
  31. Indiana growth: 0.07%
  32. Nevada growth: 0.07%
  33. Missouri growth: 0.06%
  34. Iowa growth: 0.06%
  35. New Mexico growth: 0.06%
  36. Kentucky growth: 0.06%
  37. Kansas growth: 0.05%
  38. Utah growth: 0.05%
  39. Georgia growth: 0.05%
  40. Mississippi growth: 0.05%
  41. Guam growth: 0.05%
  42. Texas growth: 0.05%
  43. Louisiana growth: 0.04%
  44. Nebraska growth: 0.04%
  45. North Dakota growth: 0.04%
  46. South Carolina growth: 0.04%
  47. Tennessee growth: 0.04%
  48. Arizona growth: 0.04%
  49. Idaho growth: 0.03%
  50. Montana growth: 0.03%
  51. Northern Mariana Islands growth: 0.03%
  52. Oklahoma growth: 0.03%
  53. South Dakota growth: 0.03%
  54. Wyoming growth: 0.03%
  55. Alabama growth: 0.03%
  56. Arkansas growth: 0.02%

    See also

    States sorted by: Cases per 100k - Growth of deaths - Deaths per 100k

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    The data comes from The New York Times and the code to generate these pages is open source and available on GitHub. The number of actual COVID-19 cases and deaths are almost certainly higher than these figures.