NC virus caseload up, but other states are far worse
While North Carolina has added about 20,000 cases to its coronavirus caseload over the last week, that's more comparable to much smaller states than it is to Georgia and Michigan, two states with about the same number of residents as North Carolina.
REPORTING FOR LOCAL ISSUES LIKE GRAFFITI, POTHOLES, HOMELESS ENCAMPMENTS AND TRASH AND DEBRIS. >>> WE WANT TO SHOW YOU HOW NORTH CAROLINA COMPARES TO OTHER STATES WHEN IT COMES TO COVID-19 INFECTIONS. OUR STATE HAS ADDED ABOUT 20,000 CASES IN THE LAST WEEK, AND GEORGIA WITH ABOUT THE SAME POPULATION WITH OVER 50,000 CASES IN THE LAST WEEK. WE ARE BETWEEN UTAH AND KANSAS, BOTH WITH LESS THAN A THIRD OF NORTH CAROLINA'S POPULATION. THE STATE WITH THE MOST NEW CASES IN THE LAST WEEK, ILLINOIS WITH OVER 86,000 NEW CASES. WHO'S DOING THE BEST?