April 3. Only Nine States Left Without Safe-at-Home

April 3.  Only Nine States Left Without Safe-At-Home

Only nine states are left without a safe-at-home protocol.  So 311 million Americans are covered now in 41 states, and in the uncovered states, 3 counties, and 8 cities are covered.  Four of the states have less than a million population.  The District of Columbia and Puerto Rico are also covered by safe-at-home protocols.

World Coronavirus cases are at 1,180,281, with 58,929 deaths.

US Cases are 277,965, with 7,157 deaths.  New York State leads with 2,935 deaths, of which, 1,867 are in New York City.

The table of Domains, Cases, and Percent Increase is below.

Domain Cases Percent Increase
US 277,965 12.2%
NY 103,060 11.1%
NJ 29,895 16.8%
MI 12,744 18.1%
CA 12,507 13.2%
MA 10,402 16.0%
LA 10,297 12.4%
FL 10,268 14.1%
IL 8,904 15.7%
PA 8,570 16.7%
WA 6,967 5.6%
TX 6,025 14.7%
GA 5,967 9.6%
CT 4,914 28.5%
CO 4,173 11.9%
IN 3,437 13.1%
OH 3,312 14.1%
TN 3,068 7.8%
MD 2,758 18.3%
NC 2,336 14.5%
MO 2,152 15.9%
VA 2,012
AZ 1,937
Canada 12,545 11.2%
Mexico 1,688 11.8%
Brazil 9,216 14.3%
Los Angeles County 4,566 12.9%
Orange County 711 8.4%

In Orange County, the leading cities are:  Irvine, 69; Newport Beach, 67; Anaheim, 63; and Santa Ana, 43.

Connecticut is high today at 28.5%, and also Michigan and Maryland, at about 18%.

About Dennis SILVERMAN

I am a retired Professor of Physics and Astronomy at U C Irvine. For a decade I have been active in learning about energy and the environment, and in lecturing and attending classes at the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at UC Irvine.
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