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COVID-19, around the country in charts, 25 May 2020

These charts show that very few states have a downward trend in daily case numbers (per capita, logarithmic). States should have 14 days of downward trending case numbers before allowing more freedom for people to gather.

As you can see from these charts, very few states have a downward trend in daily case numbers (per capita, logarithmic). States should have 14 days of downward trending case numbers before allowing more freedom for people to gather.

Given the photos from Memorial Day weekend, many states should show an upward movement in cases in two weeks. If they do not, that will be a good sign, assuming testing is taking place.

Northeast

South

Midwest

West

See the newsletter, COVID-19 Memo from a news hound, 25 May 2020

By Kathy E. Gill

Digital evangelist, speaker, writer, educator. Transplanted Southerner; teach newbies to ride motorcycles! @kegill

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