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These Are the Only States Where COVID Cases Are Going Down

Best Life Logo By Paul Thompson of Best Life | Slide 1 of 16: As of Oct. 6, more than 7,498,300 people in the United States have contracted COVID-19 and at least 210,200 have died from the disease, according to The New York Times coronavirus database. In the last week alone, the U.S. averaged about 44,280 new cases per day, an increase of about six percent compared with the average from two weeks prior. What's more, only 15 states are currently seeing less new daily cases than they were a month ago. The other 34 all currently have a higher seven-day average than they did during the same period in September. With that, here are the only states in the U.S. where COVID cases have gone down in the last month. (All numbers are based on the latest data available as of Oct. 6, and reflect each state's seven-day average of new daily COVID cases on Oct. 5 and Sept. 5.) And for the places around the country taking the fewest safety precautions, check out This State Is Doing the Least to Protect Against COVID Right Now.Read the original article on Best Life.

These Are the Only States Where COVID Cases Are Going Down

As of Oct. 6, more than 7,498,300 people in the United States have contracted COVID-19 and at least 210,200 have died from the disease, according to The New York Times coronavirus database. In the last week alone, the U.S. averaged about 44,280 new cases per day, an increase of about six percent compared with the average from two weeks prior. What's more, only 15 states are currently seeing less new daily cases than they were a month ago. The other 34 all currently have a higher seven-day average than they did during the same period in September. With that, here are the only states in the U.S. where COVID cases have gone down in the last month. (All numbers are based on the latest data available as of Oct. 6, and reflect each state's seven-day average of new daily COVID cases on Oct. 5 and Sept. 5.) And for the places around the country taking the fewest safety precautions, check out This State Is Doing the Least to Protect Against COVID Right Now.

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