More testing capacity is leading to more data. An update to our 3/16 – 3/18 comparison, DentalPost reviews how CDC cases compare from 3/16 – 3/20. Some surprise gains in several states. How’s your state trending? (read more)
CDC Cases by State – State-by-State, the rate of growth in CDC cases. Last updated, Mar 22, 2020 at 11:50pm EST
** Update Fri 3/20 (6:35pm EST):
During the week of 3/16 – 3/20 many states experienced triple, and multi-triple digit case growth. According to the CDC, NY started the week with 660 cases. By Friday that number increased to 6,834 (+921.5%). Ohio started the week with 37 cases, ending with 119 (221.6%). Louisana started the week with 101 cases, ending with 392 (+288.1%). However, states like Washington that started the week with a large number of cases (708), experienced one of the lowest rates of growth all week with 1,376 cases by Friday 3/20 (+94.4%). Fellow west coast state California saw a 166.1% increase. Texas started the week with 67 cases, ending with 143 (+113.4%).
** Update Wed 3/18 ( 12:50pm EST): As of 3/18, NY leads with 1,932 new cases (288% increase since 3/16). Washington state adds 222 cases and has one of the lowest 2-day growth rate (+31.4%). California adds 227 cases (+61.5%). Results for 50 states and provinces – (view results)
List of State Government & State Dental Association Updates – tracking recent state public health department alerts, shifts in state dental association guidelines… (view the list)
last updated: Mon, Mar 23, 2020 (5:35am EST)
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