US coronavirus death rates by state: July 28

The Times used information from reports of coronavirus cases and deaths by U.S. states and counties. The database includes cases and deaths that have been determined by public health officials as possible coronavirus patients, which implies they did not have verified tests for coronavirus infection but were evaluated using criteria established by nationwide and local governments.
Here is a breakdown of COVID-19 deaths per 100,000 individuals in all 50 U.S. states and the District of Columbia, as of 7:46 a.m. CDT July 28:
Note: The list consists of ties and outcomes in a numerical listing of 35.
1. New Jersey: 178 per 100,000 peoplePopulation: 8.9 million citizens
2. New York: 166Population: 19.4 million
3. Connecticut: 124Population: 3.6 million
Massachusetts: 124Population: 6.9 million
4. Rhode Island: 95Population: 1.1 million
5. Washington, D.C.: 82Population: 705,749
6. Louisiana: 81Population: 4.6 million
7. Michigan: 64Population: 10 million
8. Illinois: 60Population: 12.7 million
9. Delaware: 59Population: 973,764
10. Maryland: 57Population: 6 million
11. Pennsylvania: 56Population: 12.8 million
12. Mississippi: 50Population: 3 million
13. Arizona: 46Population: 7.3 million
14. Indiana: 43Population: 6.7 million
15. Georgia: 32Population: 10.6 million
16. Colorado: 31Population: 5.8 million
17. Alabama: 30Population: 4.9 million
New Hampshire: 30Population: 1.4 million
New Mexico: 30Population: 2.1 million
18. South Carolina: 29Population: 5.1 million
Minnesota: 29Population: 5.6 million
Ohio: 29Population: 11.7 million
19. Florida: 28Population: 21.5 million
20. Iowa: 26Population: 3.2 million
21. Virginia: 24Population: 8.5 million
Nevada: 24Population: 3.1 million
22. Texas: 22Population: 30 million
California: 22Population: 39.5 million
23. Washington: 21Population: 7.6 million
24. Missouri: 20Population: 6.1 million
25. North Carolina: 17Population: 10.5 million
Nebraska: 17Population: 1.9 million
26. Kentucky: 16Population: 4.5 million
Wisconsin: 16Population: 5.8 million
27. Tennessee: 14Population: 6.8 million
South Dakota: 14Population: 884,659
Arkansas: 14Population: 3 million
North Dakota: 14Population: 762,062
28. Oklahoma: 13Population: 4 million
29. Kansas: 12Population: 2.9 million
30. Vermont: 9Population: 623,989
Idaho: 9Population: 1.8 million
Utah: 9Population: 3.2 million
Maine: 9Population: 1.3 million
31. Oregon: 7Population: 4.2 million
32. West Virginia: 6Population: 1.8 million
33. Montana: 4Population: 1.1 million
Wyoming: 4Population: 578,759
34. Alaska: 3Population: 731,545
35. Hawaii: 2Population: 1.4 million

As of July 28, more than 148,000 people in the U.S. have died after contracting the brand-new coronavirus, according to The New York Times.

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The Times used information from reports of coronavirus cases and deaths by U.S. states and counties. The database consists of cases and deaths that have actually been determined by public health authorities as probable coronavirus patients, which implies they did not have validated tests for coronavirus infection but were assessed utilizing criteria established by local and national governments. Read more about the information here. State population information is from the U.S. Census Bureau.
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