Google’s state-by-state prediction of hospitalizations, Aug. 1-14


Google Cloud AI and Harvard partnered to establish a predictive control panel that projects COVID-19 information at the state and county level over a 14-day period.
The historical information for verified deaths and cases utilized to develop this design mainly comes from the Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Resource. Here are the state-by-state forecasts for the number of COVID-19 hospitalizations from Aug. 1 to 14.
Texas: 8,730 Florida: 8,305 California: 7,995 Georgia: 3,618 Arizona: 2,295 Alabama: 2,202 South Carolina: 2,202 Tennessee: 1,543 Mississippi: 1,519 Virginia: 1,495 Illinois: 1,439 Missouri: 1,378 Nevada: 1,372 North Carolina: 1,242 Ohio: 1,212 Indiana: 1,066 Michigan: 1,005 Oklahoma: 878Kentucky: 840New Jersey: 809Pennsylvania: 792New York: 745Maryland: 688Arkansas: 572Washington: 567Massachusetts: 473Kansas: 444Colorado: 386Minnesota: 364Idaho: 351Wisconsin: 345Oregon: 311Iowa: 289Utah: 272Connecticut: 242New Mexico: 223Nebraska: 156West Virginia: 136Montana: 117Alaska: 88Hawaii: 88Rhode Island: 85District of Columbia: 84Delaware: 82North Dakota: 64South Dakota: 52Wyoming: 24New Hampshire: 24Vermont: 18Maine: 18
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