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We have discontinued our daily collection and analysis of state and county reported data related to the Covid-19 coronavirus. This information is still available from state and local health agencies, national and local media, and the CDC. This change will allow us more time to do what we do best: assisting our clients in solving complex problems with actionable insights that lead to growth. We will periodically present new Coronavirus briefs and reports that further validate scientific findings or when we discover new insights that require further exploration through advanced analytics.

Appendixes - U.S. State Data - April-June 14, 2020

The following appendixes supplement the COVID-19 information displayed in the June 7, 2020 Brief.

Active Cases per Population
The number of Active COVID-19 Cases equals Total Cases minus Recovered minus Fatalities. It is important to note that the CDC standard definition for death due to COVID-19 is not reported uniformly across the U.S., which affects the comparisons between individual states. In addition, only 23 states and the District of Columbia report all the data needed to calculate their current number of active cases. Therefore, there is no U.S. total.

Rank State Active Cases
1 North Carolina 33,895
2 Texas 27,537
3 South Carolina 12,925
4 Alabama 10,959
5 Tennessee 10,061
6 Louisiana 9,814
7 Iowa 8,871
8 Kentucky 8,537
9 District of Columbia 8,102
10 Mississippi 5,269
11 New Mexico 5,174
12 Arkansas 4,212
13 Delaware 3,670
14 Oklahoma 1,294
15 New Hampshire 1,011
16 South Dakota 924
17 West Virginia 624
18 Maine 520
19 Idaho 475
20 North Dakota 348
21 Alaska 238
22 Wyoming 208
23 Vermont 163
24 Montana 72

The following states do not report sufficient data to calculate its number of active cases:
Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Utah, Virginia, Washington, Wisconsin.

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