10 states where COVID-19 deaths have increased
10 states where COVID-19 deaths have increased

10 states where COVID-19 deaths have increased

COVID-19 deaths are falling nationwide, but 10 states are still seeing higher daily deaths than recorded two weeks earlier.

As of February 23, the states below reported seven-day deaths, topping the numbers seen on February 9th. Beckers calculated 14-day change in daily average death rates using data traced off New York Times.

Nationwide, deaths have fallen by 26 percent in the last 14 days, averaging 1,908 daily deaths, data from Times shows.

Note: States are ranked after 14-day change in daily deaths per. February 23rd.

1. Montana
Seven-day death average: 9
14-day change: 172.7 percent

2. Maine
Seven-day death average: 16
14-day change: 86.1 percent

3. Wyoming
Seven-day death average: 4.1
14-day change: 70.8 percent

4. Tennessee
Seven-day death average: 78
14-day change: 52.9 percent

5. Arizona
Seven-day death average: 86
14-day change: 26.5 percent

6. West Virginia
Seven-day death average: 21
14-day change: 16.7 percent

7. Alabama
Average daily deaths: 37
14-day change: 8.8 percent

8. New Mexico
Seven-day death average: 17
14-day change: 6.3 percent

9. Delaware
Seven-day death average: 7
14-day change: 6.1 percent

10. Kentucky
Seven-day death average: 30
14-day change: 3.5 percent


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