When Covid-19 hit in March 2020, it started slow then went full attack mode for the next two years. It’s interesting to see what states had the most Covid-19 cases at the start of the pandemic, and the states that had the fewest Covid cases.
Let’s take a look back to see what states had the least and most by looking at a Travelbinger report published April 21, 2020.
These states had the most Covid-19 cases at the start of the pandemic
There are currently 792,913 coronavirus cases in the United States, as of April 21 at 12:09 AM. Among the 50 states, only 8 states have less than 1,000 cases, according to several sources, including Worldometer, one of the leading publications tracking the number of cases in America.
The 8 states are:
The states are:
1. WEST VIRGINIA
4. NORTH DAKOTA
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The states with the most coronavirus reports with over 20,000 cases are:
1. NEW YORK
2 NEW JERSEY
Cases are reported daily by a number of sources, usually documented by researchers, local governments, health officials and often journalists. Travelbinger used Worldometer as the main source for statistics.
To determine the gravity of cases in each state, consider the population and population per capita.
Plenty of state governors have risen to the occasion, like California governor Gavin Newsom, receiving plenty of praise, while many governors, like New York governor Andrew Cuomo and Florida governor Ron DeSantis, have received the most criticism.
As of April 20, there are 747,806 cases in the United States.
This includes 66,900 cases who have recovered, and 39,425 deaths.
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