States Ranked By Covid-19 Case Fatality Rate


 
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A panel has created the COVID Exit Strategy to track each state's progress toward the interventions needed to stop the spread of COVID-19. The tracker uses data from a variety of sources, including the CDC, the COVID Tracking Project, Kaiser Family Foundation and news sources.

Here are the 50 states and District of Columbia ranked by COVID-19 case fatality rate, which is the proportion of people with a particular condition who die from that condition.

Note: Some states have the same case fatality rate, resulting in a numerical listing of 43.

1. Pennsylvania: 14.4 percent

2. New Jersey: 13 percent

3. Colorado: 10.2 percent

4. Connecticut: 10.5 percent

5. Massachusetts: 9.3 percent

6. Missouri: 8.6 percent

7. Washington: 8.4 percent

8. West Virginia: 8 percent

9. Michigan: 7.9 percent

New Hampshire: 7.9 percent

10. Louisiana: 7.8 percent

11. Ohio: 7.7 percent

12. Nevada: 7.2 percent

13. New York: 7 percent

14. Indiana: 6.9 percent

15. District of Columbia: 6.7 percent

16. Rhode Island: 6.6 percent

17. New Mexico: 6 percent

18. Vermont: 5.9 percent

19. Florida: 5.6 percent

20. Mississippi: 5.4 percent

21. Delaware: 5.2 percent

22. Illinois: 5.2 percent

23. Georgia: 5 percent

Arizona: 5 percent

24. Maryland: 4.3 percent

25. Kentucky: 4 percent

26. California: 3.9 percent

South Carolina: 3.9 percent

27. Alabama: 3.6 percent

28. Iowa: 3.4 percent

29. Wyoming: 3.3 percent

30. Minnesota: 3.2 percent

31. Maine: 3 percent

32. Texas: 2.7 percent

33. North Carolina: 2.6 percent

34. Virginia: 2.4 percent

35. Oregon: 2.3 percent

36. Wisconsin: 2.2 percent

37. Idaho: 2.1 percent

Oklahoma: 2.1 percent

38. Tennessee: 1.8 percent

39. North Dakota: 1.7 percent

South Dakota: 1.7 percent

40. Kansas: 1.2 percent

Nebraska: 1.2 percent

41. Arkansas: 0.9 percent

42. Utah: 0.7 percent

43. Alaska: 0 percent

Hawaii: 0 percent

Montana: 0 percent



 
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