As you can see from the following charts, very few states display a downward trend in daily case numbers (per capita, logarithmic).
Many states have begun showing an upward movement in cases in this past week, the result of expanded contact due to opening of businesses as well as Memorial Day weekend gatherings. Within two weeks, there will probably be another bump due to the protests surrounding the George Floyd murder.
States should have 14 days of downward trending case numbers before allowing more freedom for people to gather. This recommendation has been ignored.
DC, Maryland, Virginia
Individual states, weekly totals and daily average
By posting data for each week, these charts attempt minimize the daily fluctuations that result from the reporting process. The reports are not real time, however; the lag is unknown and probably differs by state.
Prior around the country in charts
See the newsletter, COVID-19 Memo from a news hound, 07 June 2020