10 Coronavirus Hotspots in America
As daily cases in certain states like New York decline slightly, there are cities in the southern and western parts of the United States that are spiking with record highs.

It is mindblowing that despite simple state orders by Governors instructing residents to wear face masks in public and in spaces where social distancing is impossible, people still have trouble understanding these simple commands. With the second wave of coronavirus to come in the Fall, Americans think they are in the clear. The reality could not be further from the truth.

We are still in the first wave and with issues affecting PPE distribution like Facebook blocking ads on their platform and on Instagram, there are Americans who want to wear masks but cannot access them. 

open arizona now sign American not wearing face mask during coronavirus

So as new coronavirus hotspots emerge in the US, we wanted to highlight the places where COVID-19 cases have increased the most in the last two weeks:

1. Hawaii

Total Cases: 850
2 Week New Cases: 158
2 Week Change: 229%

 

2. Oklahoma

Total Cases: 11,948
2 Week New Cases: 4,322
2 Week Change: 219%

 

3. Montana

Total Cases: 803
2 Week New Cases: 240
2 Week Change: 208%

 

4. Florida

Total Cases: 114,018
2 Week New Cases: 44,949
2 Week Change: 185%

 

5. Idaho

Total Cases: 4,865
2 Week New Cases: 44,949
2 Week Change: 174%

 

6. Arizona

Total Cases: 63,030
2 Week New Cases: 31,766
2 Week Change: 135%

 

7. Wyoming

Total Cases: 1,326
2 Week New Cases: 317
2 Week Change: 135%

 

8. Texas

Total Cases: 131,917
2 Week New Cases: 50,334
2 Week Change: 123%

 

9. South Carolina

Total Cases: 29,002
2 Week New Cases: 12,561
2 Week Change: 122%

 

10. Nevada

Total Cases: 14,859
2 Week New Cases: 4,460
2 Week Change: 104%

  • Jun 29, 2020
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