According to recent data, three states have emerged as national hotspots for the spread of the COVID-19 virus.
When comparing the new COVID-19 incident rates per 100,000 people nationally, it was found that Arizona, South Carolina and California are the states at highest risk for transmitting COVID-19.
This insight was delivered through a weekly COVID-19 data report at the state and county levels. The data was regularly compiled for President Joe Biden and Donald Trump, which, according to the US Sun, is currently being made available to the public.
The newly released data reports show how COVID-19 has spread across the country in the past 6 months . Maps and graphs include details such as hospital bed use, PPE supplies, deaths, incidents, rates per 100,000 people, and more.
In a ranking of new cases per 100,000 people reported January 16-22, Arizona, South Carolina and California have the highest rates, followed by Rhode Island, New York, Georgia, and Texas.
Massachusetts had the 14th highest rate of new cases in the nation; Connecticut had the 17th highest.
The availability of the formerly private reports was revealed on Wednesday, January 27th, when White House COVID-19 Data Director Cyrus Shahpar tweeted a link to what he called « previously hidden » US – Department of Health designated COVID-19 reports. Shahpar said new reports are created and shared weekly.
One of the most striking features of the report is a series of national maps listing new COVID-19 cases per 100,000 people. There are six cards, one for each month going back to August. The map uses a color-coded system to indicate where COVID-19 is most present. The darker an area, the more incidents have been reported there. In August, the United States was a patchwork of gray, green, and yellow with a concentration of red in the southeast. In December the card was almost completely red.
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