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This is where every state has its rate of COVID-19, deaths

DENVER (KDVR) – With the arrival of the holiday season and the announcement of new omicron COVID-19 variant, where does every state in the US have the coronavirus?

Follow Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the number of cases and deaths increased in the United States in the past 30 days.

The blue bar shows the daily cases. The red line is the 7-day moving average of cases, according to the CDC.

Positive rate and total number of cases

Here are the positivity rates and total cases for every state in the US for the past 7 days as of Monday, December 6, according to the CDC:

  • Alabama: Cases: 3,489 Sensitivity: 5-7.9%
  • Alaska: Case: 1,866 Sensitivity: 3-4.9%
  • Arizona: Cases: 23,272 Sensitivity: 15-19.9%
  • Arkansas: Number of cases: 5,462 Sensitivity: 8-9.9%
  • California: Cases: 39.539 Sensitivity: Not Available
  • Colorado: Case: 16,728 Sensitivity: 8-9.9%
  • Connecticut: Case: 6,802 Sensitivity: Not Available
  • Delaware: Case: 2,984 Sensitivity: 8-9.9%
  • Florida: Cases: 12,195 Sensitivity: 3-4.9%
  • Georgia: Cases: 7,984 Sensitivity: 3-4.9%
  • Hawaii: Cases: 752 Sensitivity: less than 3%
  • Idaho: Case: 3,145 Sensitivity: 10-14.9%
  • Illinois: Cases: 42,472 Sensitivity: 5-7.9%
  • Indiana: Cases: 28,791 Sensitivity: 15-19.9%
  • Iowa: Case: 11,765 Sensitivity: 15-19.9%
  • Kansas: Case: 11,666 Sensitivity: 15-19.9%
  • Kentucky: Number of cases: 14,135 Sensitivity: 10-14.9%
  • Louisiana: Cases: 3,238 Susceptibility: less than 3%
  • Maine: Case: 4,624 Sensitivity: 10-14.9%
  • Maryland: Case: 9,380 Sensitivity: 5-7.9%
  • Massachusetts: Cases: 26,139 Sensitivity: 3-4.9%
  • Michigan: Case: 58,969 Sensitivity: 15-19.9%
  • Minnesota: Case: 31,702 Sensitivity: 10-14.9%
  • Mississippi: Case: 2,478 Sensitivity: 5-7.9%
  • Missouri: Case: 16,997 Sensitivity: 10-14.9%
  • Montana: Case: 2,165 Sensitivity: 8-9.9%
  • Nebraska: Case: 6,039 Sensitivity: 15-19.9%
  • Nevada: Cases: 4,590 Sensitivity: 8-9.9%
  • New Hampshire: Case: 8,033 Sensitivity: 10-14.9%
  • New Jersey: Cases: 21,464 Sensitivity: 5-7.9%
  • New Mexico: Cases: 10,411 Sensitivity: 15-19.9%
  • New York: Cases: 42,343 Sensitivity: 5-7.9%
  • North Carolina: Cases: 15,139 Sensitivity: 5-7.9%
  • North Dakota: Cases: 3,446 Sensitivity: 10-14.9%
  • Ohio: Cases: 48,602 Sensitivity: 15-19.9%
  • Oklahoma: Case: 7,560 Sensitivity: 10-14.9%
  • Oregon: Case: 6,052 Sensitivity: 5-7.9%
  • Pennsylvania: Cases: 47,196 Sensitivity: 10-14.9%
  • Rhode Island: Number of cases: 5,272 Sensitivity: 5-7.9%
  • South Carolina: Cases: 5,056 Sensitivity: 5-7.9%
  • South Dakota: Cases: 3,979 Sensitivity: 15-19.9%
  • Tennessee: Case: 10,997 Sensitivity: not available
  • Texas: Cases: 17,659 Sensitivity: 5-7.9%
  • Utah: Case: 9,822 Sensitivity: 10-14.9%
  • Vermont: Case: 3.477 Sensitivity: 3-4.9%
  • Virginia: Case: 14.332 Sensitivity: 5-7.9%
  • Washington: 10,718 Sensitivity: not available
  • West Virginia: Cases: 6,510 Sensitivity: 10-14.9%
  • Wisconsin: Case: 29,397 Sensitivity: 10-14.9%
  • Wyoming: Cases: 1,548 Sensitivity: 5-7.9%

What is positive percentage?

Based on Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, percent positive is exactly what it sounds like: percent of all coronavirus tests done that are actually positive, or: (tests positive) / (total tests) x 100%. Percent positive (sometimes called “positive percentage” or “positive rate”) helps public health officials answer questions such as:

  • What is the current level of community transmission of SARS-CoV-2 (coronavirus)?
  • Are we testing enough people who are infected?

Positive percentage will be high if the number positive test too high, or if the quantity total number of tests too low. A higher percentage of positives indicates higher transmission, and there are more people with coronavirus in the community who have not been tested, Johns Hopkins shared.


Total number of deaths

Here are the total deaths reported over the past 7 days for each state:

  • 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
  • Maine: 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

Follow CDC, 4 people died from Flu in the US in week 47 of 2021.

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Emma Bowman

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