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New York, Nebraska and Mississippi are among the 17 most threatened states

Seventeen states in the United States are at greater risk of reopening and may see an increase in new COVID-19 infections, even though most of the country has now lifted lockdown measures during the pandemic.

Data tracking the threat of reopening across the country based on the growth rate of infections, testing, and ICU bed capacity shows that states in the Northeast and Midwest are at greatest risk.

States along the west coast and much of the south are at moderate risk of reopening, according to the dashboard data compiled by Covid Act Now.

Only five states, including Montana, Alaska, Hawaii, West Virginia, and Vermont, are at a reduced risk of reopening.

Built in conjunction with Georgetown University Medical Center and Stanford Medicine, the dashboard uses three metrics to determine whether states can be safely reopened.

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Data tracking the threat of reopening across the country based on infection growth rate, testing, and ICU bed capacity show that 17 states, primarily in the Northeast and Midwest, are most at risk

Data tracking the threat of reopening across the country based on infection growth rate, testing, and ICU bed capacity show that 17 states, primarily in the Northeast and Midwest, are most at risk

The measures include infection growth, test capacity, and whether there is sufficient ICU hospital capacity to resolve a wave of new cases.

Among the states most at risk is the New York epicenter, which currently has over 350,000 infections and 22,700 deaths.

The total number of cases decreases in the severely affected state, because on average each person with COVID-19 infects 0.66 other people.

But the data shows that testing in New York is not widespread and the state is not yet able to deal with a new wave of infections based on the ICU’s headroom.

In Nebraska, where at least five counties have experienced COVID-19 outbreaks related to food processing plants, the growth rate of infections is still increasing.

On average, each person in Nebraska with COVID-19 infects 1.15 other people.

Nebraska has a high rate of positive testing of 13 percent, indicating that testing in the state is limited, according to data.

The state has about 27 percent of the beds free on the ICU, suggesting it would likely absorb a wave of infections.

Mississippi, which has more than 11,000 infections and more than 500 deaths, is the only southern state at increased risk with a growth rate of 1.11 infections.

The state has a high 10 percent positive test rate, indicating that testing is limited in the state.

The number of cases is decreasing in badly hit New York because on average each person with COVID-19 infects 0.66 other people. But the data shows that testing in New York is not widespread and the state is not yet able to catch a new wave of infections based on the ICU's headroom

The number of cases is decreasing in badly hit New York because on average each person with COVID-19 infects 0.66 other people. But the data shows that testing in New York is not widespread and the state is not yet able to catch a new wave of infections based on the ICU's headroom

The number of cases is decreasing in badly hit New York because on average each person with COVID-19 infects 0.66 other people. But the data shows that testing in New York is not widespread and the state is not yet able to catch a new wave of infections based on the ICU’s headroom

In Nebraska, where at least five counties have experienced COVID-19 outbreaks related to food processing plants, the growth rate of infections is still increasing. On average, each person in Nebraska with COVID-19 infects 1.15 other people

In Nebraska, where at least five counties have experienced COVID-19 outbreaks related to food processing plants, the growth rate of infections is still increasing. On average, each person in Nebraska with COVID-19 infects 1.15 other people

In Nebraska, where at least five counties have experienced COVID-19 outbreaks related to food processing plants, the growth rate of infections is still increasing. On average, each person in Nebraska with COVID-19 infects 1.15 other people

Mississippi, which has more than 11,000 infections and more than 500 deaths, is the only southern state at increased risk with a growth rate of 1.11 infections

Mississippi, which has more than 11,000 infections and more than 500 deaths, is the only southern state at increased risk with a growth rate of 1.11 infections

Mississippi, which has more than 11,000 infections and more than 500 deaths, is the only southern state at increased risk with a growth rate of 1.11 infections

Mississippi, however, would likely be able to take another rise as it has a 30 percent availability on the ICU.

The number of infections in Minnesota and New Hampshire is growing significantly. In Minnesota, where the number of infections is 17,000, the infection rate is 1.21. In New Hampshire, where there are more than 3,500 cases, the infection rate is 1.30.

On the other side of the scale, Montana, which has 470 infections and 16 deaths, has an infection rate of 0.94, a positive infection rate of 0.2 percent, and a headroom of 1 percent in intensive care.

Vermont has a growth rate of 0.90 infection and a positive test rate of 0.5 percent. The state currently has 944 infections and 54 deaths from coronavirus.

Nearly all 50 states have started allowing some businesses to reopen and residents to move more freely, but only 14 states have complied with federal government guidelines for lifting measures to combat the pandemic, according to an analysis of Reuters.

The U.S. has now surpassed more than 90,000 deaths, and there are currently more than 1.5 million infections across the country.

It comes when the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation model, on which the White House relies, slightly adjusted the death projection.

The prediction model now predicts that 143,360 Americans will die on August 4.

It is 3,700 fewer deaths than predicted last week when the forecast peaked due to increased mobility and relaxation of social distance measures.

The institute director, Chris Murray, said that while they expected projections to increase even further as the lockout measures were, they found no link between mobility and deaths.

“We were quite surprised,” Murray told CNN. “We probably expected an increase due to the great wave of mobility.”

He said it related to people wearing masks and social distance from others.

Here is a summary of each state’s closing measures, current death and business totals, and infection rate data:

Partially reopened

Alabama:

Cases: 12,331 – Deaths: 493

On average, each infected person in Alabama infects 1.17 other people, which means that COVID-19 is slowly growing in the state.

The state has lifted a residence order and replaced it with a “safer home order” effective April 30. People are encouraged, but no longer obliged, to stay at home.

Alabama employers and stores are allowed to reopen from April 30 with a reduced capacity of 50 percent.

Beaches open up again, but residents must adhere to social distance.

Gyms, sports facilities, barber shops, hairdressing salons, nail salons can be reopened with social distance measures. Bars and restaurants are allowed to open with a capacity of 50%.

On average, each infected person in Alabama infects 1.17 other people, which means that COVID-19 is slowly growing in the state

On average, each infected person in Alabama infects 1.17 other people, which means that COVID-19 is slowly growing in the state

On average, each infected person in Alabama infects 1.17 other people, which means that COVID-19 is slowly growing in the state

Alaska

Cases: 400 – Deaths: 10

On average, each infected person in Alaska infects 0.98 other people, meaning the total number of cases in Alaska is decreasing.

As of April 24, officials in Alaska allowed dining service in restaurants and reopenings of retailers, personal care services, and other businesses, with restrictions.

Under the new rules, restaurants will reopen, but are limited to 25 percent capacity and there must be 10 feet between tables and only family members can sit at the same table.

Salons in Alaska may only accept customers by appointment.

The state decided in April that there would be no personal classes for K-12 students for the rest of the academic year.

On average, each infected person in Alaska infects 0.98 other people, meaning the total number of cases in Alaska is decreasing

On average, each infected person in Alaska infects 0.98 other people, meaning the total number of cases in Alaska is decreasing

On average, each infected person in Alaska infects 0.98 other people, meaning the total number of cases in Alaska is decreasing

Arizona

Cases 14,208 – Deaths 687

On average, every positive person in Arizona infects 1.19 other people, meaning the cases grow slowly.

Small retailers reopened May 4 with curb, delivery, or appointment-based services. From May 8 they can welcome customers indoors with social distance.

Arizona allowed restaurants and coffee shops to reopen for dinner services on May 11 if they curtail occupancy and provide social distance for customers.

On average, every positive person in Arizona infects 1.19 other people, meaning the cases grow slowly.

On average, every positive person in Arizona infects 1.19 other people, meaning the cases grow slowly.

On average, every positive person in Arizona infects 1.19 other people, meaning the cases grow slowly.

Arkansas

Cases: 4,813 – Deaths: 100

Every person in Arkansas with COVID-19 infects an average of 0.96 other people. Because each person infects less than one other person, the total number of cases in Arkansas is decreasing.

The state is one of the few that has not issued a state-wide home warrant, but has placed a number of restrictions on companies to slow down its spread.

As the state reopens, restaurants will be able to open for limited dining services from May 1, but will only operate at a third of normal capacity.

Gyms and indoor recreational facilities can be resumed from April 30. On May 1, restrictions may apply to hair salons and barber shops.

State parks can reopen from May 1.

Every person in Arkansas with COVID-19 infects an average of 0.96 other people. Because each person infects less than one other person, the total number of cases in Arkansas is decreasing

Every person in Arkansas with COVID-19 infects an average of 0.96 other people. Because each person infects less than one other person, the total number of cases in Arkansas is decreasing

Every person in Arkansas with COVID-19 infects an average of 0.96 other people. Because each person infects less than one other person, the total number of cases in Arkansas is decreasing

California

Cases: 81,828 – Deaths: 3,287

Every person in California with COVID-19 infects an average of 1.04 other people, meaning cases grow slowly.

As the state reopens, there is still an indefinite home stay order and it is not allowed to meet in a single room or place.

Clothing stores, sporting goods, florists and other retailers will resume curbside activities from May 8.

Manufacturers can start again with social distance.

Non-essential companies are limited to minimal operations or working remotely. Dining in restaurants and office reopenings are still prohibited.

Essential operations are now allowed in California.

Every person in California with COVID-19 infects an average of 1.04 other people, meaning cases grow slowly

Every person in California with COVID-19 infects an average of 1.04 other people, meaning cases grow slowly

Every person in California with COVID-19 infects an average of 1.04 other people, meaning cases grow slowly

Colorado

Cases 22,202 – Deaths 1,225

Every person in Colorado with COVID-19 infects an average of 1.00 people, meaning the number of total cases in the state is decreasing.

The state was one of the first to lift restrictions on elective operations and delivery to high streets from April 27. Hairdressing salons, dental offices and tattoo shops were also able to reopen that date with restrictions.

Other stores were allowed to reopen from May 4 with restrictions on social distance. Large workplaces could be reopened on May 4 with a capacity of 50%.

Restaurants and bars are still limited to takeout only.

The state’s home stay expired on April 26, but residents are still being urged to stay home whenever possible.

Every person in Colorado with COVID-19 infects an average of 1.00 people, meaning the number of total cases in the state is decreasing

Every person in Colorado with COVID-19 infects an average of 1.00 people, meaning the number of total cases in the state is decreasing

Every person in Colorado with COVID-19 infects an average of 1.00 people, meaning the number of total cases in the state is decreasing

Florida

Cases: 49,915 – Deaths: 1,998

Every person in Florida with COVID-19 infects 0.98 other people, indicating that the total number of Florida cases is decreasing.

The state began reopening a number of businesses on May 4, except in Broward, Miami-Dade, and Palm Beach counties.

Restaurants can now offer two-meter seats between tables and indoor seating with a 25% capacity.

Retail can operate with a capacity of 25%.

Bars, gyms, cinemas and personal services – such as hairdressing salons – will remain closed.

Some beaches and parks reopened from April 17 if it was safe to do so.

Every person in Florida with COVID-19 infects 0.98 other people, indicating that the total number of Florida cases is decreasing

Every person in Florida with COVID-19 infects 0.98 other people, indicating that the total number of Florida cases is decreasing

Every person in Florida with COVID-19 infects 0.98 other people, indicating that the total number of Florida cases is decreasing

Georgia

Cases: 38,282 – Deaths: 1,649

Every person in Georgia with COVID-19 infects 0.96 other people, meaning the total number of cases in Georgia is decreasing.

Georgia began to aggressively reopen after the state-wide order for home shelter expired.

Gyms, hair salons, bowling lanes and tattoo parlors reopened from April 24, as long as the owners followed strict social distance and hygiene requirements.

Elective medical procedures can also be resumed. Cinemas can resume ticket sales, and restaurants limited to takeout orders can return to limited dinner service from April 27.

People at risk are urged to stay at home until May 13.

Bars, live performance venues and amusement parks remain closed. Religious institutions are still urged to keep drive-thru or online services for the time being.

Every person in Georgia with COVID-19 infects 0.96 other people, meaning the total number of cases in Georgia is decreasing

Every person in Georgia with COVID-19 infects 0.96 other people, meaning the total number of cases in Georgia is decreasing

Every person in Georgia with COVID-19 infects 0.96 other people, meaning the total number of cases in Georgia is decreasing

Hawaii

Cases: 640 – Deaths: 17

Every person in Hawaii with COVID-19 infects an average of 0.90 other people, meaning the total number of cases in the state is decreasing.

Hawaii has lifted its home order and has drawn up a safer home plan from May 5.

Shopping centers, car washes, pet care and personal sales could start with social distance from May.

Beaches have been transformed for exercise, and recreational activities can take place on beaches from May 15.

Visitors from outside the state must quarantine themselves for 14 days.

Bars and restaurants are limited to takeout.

Every person in Hawaii with COVID-19 infects an average of 0.90 other people, meaning the total number of cases in the state is decreasing

Every person in Hawaii with COVID-19 infects an average of 0.90 other people, meaning the total number of cases in the state is decreasing

Every person in Hawaii with COVID-19 infects an average of 0.90 other people, meaning the total number of cases in the state is decreasing

Idaho

Cases: 2,455 – Deaths: 74

Every person in Idaho with COVID-19 infects 0.96 other people, meaning the total number of cases in Idaho is decreasing.

Now that the state is reopening, some companies are allowed to offer pick-up, drive-in and drive-through services.

Bars and restaurants are limited to takeout.

Childcare centers were able to reopen on May 1 in the first phase of the reopening plan. Churches can reopen, with distance and sanitation rules. Bars, gyms, salons, cinemas and sports venues remain closed.

Every person in Idaho with COVID-19 infects 0.96 other people, meaning the total number of cases in Idaho decreases

Every person in Idaho with COVID-19 infects 0.96 other people, meaning the total number of cases in Idaho decreases

Every person in Idaho with COVID-19 infects 0.96 other people, meaning the total number of cases in Idaho decreases

Illinois

Cases: 96,485 – Deaths: 4,234

Each person with COVID-19 in Illinois infects an average of 1.06 other people, meaning cases grow slowly.

The state’s home birth is currently in effect until at least May 30, including school and nonessential company closings.

From May 1, non-essential companies were able to fill in telephone and online orders.

Some non-selective operations can be resumed, and many state parks are open to walking and fishing. Face covers are mandatory for public places where social distance cannot be maintained.

Each person with COVID-19 in Illinois infects an average of 1.06 other people, meaning cases grow slowly

Each person with COVID-19 in Illinois infects an average of 1.06 other people, meaning cases grow slowly

Each person with COVID-19 in Illinois infects an average of 1.06 other people, meaning cases grow slowly

Indiana

Cases: 28,255 – Deaths: 1,765

Every person in Indiana with COVID-19 infects 0.97 other people, meaning the total number of cases decreases.

The stay-at-home order was lifted for most of the state on May 4, while Republican Governor Eric Holcomb allowed more manufacturers and retailers to reopen.

Personal restaurant restaurants and hairdressing salons will remain closed for another week.

Gyms, cinemas, bars and casinos will remain closed until at least the end of May.

Holcomb says he hopes to restart almost all activities by July 4.

Every person in Indiana with COVID-19 infects 0.97 other people, meaning the total number of cases decreases

Every person in Indiana with COVID-19 infects 0.97 other people, meaning the total number of cases decreases

Every person in Indiana with COVID-19 infects 0.97 other people, meaning the total number of cases decreases

Iowa

Cases: 15,296 – Deaths: 367

In Iowa, every person with COVID-19 infects 1.12 other people, meaning the number of cases in the state is growing slowly.

After easing business restrictions in most countries, Republican Governor Kim Reynolds said virus trends will determine how quickly she will do the same in the remaining provinces, including urban areas.

Iowa is one of the states that did not have a home warrant, but some restrictions have been imposed to curb its spread.

As of May 1, restaurants can open 50 percent, but no more than six people at one table. Shopping centers, fitness centers, libraries and shops can be opened for 50 percent.

Horse and dog tracks can be reopened without spectators.

All other companies will remain closed until May 15.

In Iowa, every person with COVID-19 infects 1.12 other people, meaning cases in the state are growing slowly

In Iowa, every person with COVID-19 infects 1.12 other people, meaning cases in the state are growing slowly

In Iowa, every person with COVID-19 infects 1.12 other people, meaning cases in the state are growing slowly

Kentucky

Cases: 7,935 – Deaths: 346

On average, each person in Kentucky with COVID-19 infects 1.07 other people, meaning cases grow slowly.

Kentucky has no home delivery, but anyone who goes out in public must wear a mask from May 11.

Dentists, chiropractors, optometrists were allowed to start taking non-urgent patients from April 27. Those services were only allowed to make urgent arrangements for this.

Outpatient / ambulatory surgery and invasive procedures can begin on May 7. From May 13, elective and non-urgent procedures can be resumed with a 50 percent capacity.

Production, construction, car dealers and professional services can start on May 11 with a capacity of 50%.

Shops and places of worship can start on May 20. Hairdressers and salons can open again from 25 May.

Restaurants and bars are likely to reopen for dinner in June.

On average, each person in Kentucky with COVID-19 infects 1.07 other people, meaning cases grow slowly

On average, each person in Kentucky with COVID-19 infects 1.07 other people, meaning cases grow slowly

On average, each person in Kentucky with COVID-19 infects 1.07 other people, meaning cases grow slowly

Louisiana

Cases: 34,709 – Deaths: 2,563

On average, every positive person in Louisiana infects 0.96 other people, meaning the cases shrink.

At the beginning of the outbreak, Louisiana was expected to become an emerging hotspot, given the sudden increase in infections and deaths.

As the state is slowly lifting its strict closing measures, bars and restaurants are limited to takeout only, but from May 1 they are allowed to let customers eat outside as long as there is no table service.

Shopping centers can also start curbside stores from May 1.

The state’s home stay has been extended until May 15, and there is a limit of 10 people at gatherings.

On average, every positive person in Louisiana infects 0.96 other people, meaning the cases shrink

On average, every positive person in Louisiana infects 0.96 other people, meaning the cases shrink

On average, every positive person in Louisiana infects 0.96 other people, meaning the cases shrink

Maine

Cases: 1,742 – Deaths: 73

Every person in Maine with COVID-19 infects 1.10 other people, meaning the cases are growing slowly.

With a safer home order that lasted through May, restrictions were lifted on May 1 on golf courses, many state parks, and visits to dentists, hairdressers, and hairdressers.

Restrictions apply for restaurants, accommodation, and camping on June 1.

Every person in Maine with COVID-19 infects 1.10 other people, meaning the cases are growing slowly.

Every person in Maine with COVID-19 infects 1.10 other people, meaning the cases are growing slowly.

Every person in Maine with COVID-19 infects 1.10 other people, meaning the cases are growing slowly.

Massachusetts

Cases: 87,052 – Deaths: 5,8,62

On average, each person in Massachusetts with COVID-19 infects 0.78 other people.

Production and construction started again on 18 May. Places of worship can also resume services, but are encouraged to do so outside.

Hairdressing salons, pet care and car wash will be open again from 25 May.

Office spaces will be open again from 1 June.

The limit for meetings of 10 people will be maintained.

On average, each person in Massachusetts with COVID-19 infects 0.78 other people

On average, each person in Massachusetts with COVID-19 infects 0.78 other people

On average, each person in Massachusetts with COVID-19 infects 0.78 other people

Maryland

Cases: 41,546 – Deaths: 2,081

On average, each person in Maryland with COVID-19 infects 1.06 other people, meaning cases grow slowly.

Maryland increased its home confirmation to a safer home order starting May 15.

Barbershops and hairdressing salons can only be reopened by appointment. Manufacutring can be resumed with social distance. Non-essential stores can be reopened with a 50 percent capacity.

However, some local provinces choose to remain closed.

On average, each person in Maryland with COVID-19 infects 1.06 other people, meaning cases grow slowly.

On average, each person in Maryland with COVID-19 infects 1.06 other people, meaning cases grow slowly.

On average, each person in Maryland with COVID-19 infects 1.06 other people, meaning cases grow slowly.

Michigan

Cases: 51,915 – Deaths: 4,915

Every person with COVID-19 in Michigan infects 0.82 other people, meaning the total number of cases decreases.

Gov Gretchen Whitmer has extended the home order to May 28.

Garden shops, nurseries, lawn maintenance, pest control and landscaping were allowed to resume operations from April 24.

The construction sector can return to work on May 7, while the manufacturing industry can start again on May 11.

Non-essential companies are still limited to minimal operations or working remotely. Retailers who do not sell the necessary supplies can reopen for curbside pickup and delivery.

Bars and restaurants are limited to takeout.

Every person with COVID-19 in Michigan infects 0.82 other people, meaning the total number of cases decreases

Every person with COVID-19 in Michigan infects 0.82 other people, meaning the total number of cases decreases

Every person with COVID-19 in Michigan infects 0.82 other people, meaning the total number of cases decreases

Minnesota

Cases: 16,373 – Deaths: 740

On average, each person in Minnesota with COVID-19 infects 1.21 other people. This means that the total number of cases in Minnesota is growing exponentially.

In terms of reopening, only companies that don’t interact with the public can reopen from April 27.

It includes those in industrial, manufacturing and office environments. Shops must remain closed.

The state’s home birth continues until at least May 3.

Entertainment and concert halls remain closed, and bars and restaurants are limited to takeout only.

On average, each person in Minnesota with COVID-19 infects 1.21 other people. This means that the total number of cases in Minnesota is growing exponentially

On average, each person in Minnesota with COVID-19 infects 1.21 other people. This means that the total number of cases in Minnesota is growing exponentially

On average, each person in Minnesota with COVID-19 infects 1.21 other people. This means that the total number of cases in Minnesota is growing exponentially

Mississippi

Cases: 11,432 – Deaths: 527

In Mississippi, 1.11 other people are infected by a person with COVID-19, which means that the virus spreads slowly.

Stores, including those in malls and shopping centers, are now allowed to reopen on April 27 if they reduce their customer capacity by 50 percent at any time.

Companies that cannot avoid personal contact, including gyms, cinemas, and salons, should remain closed.

Elective medical and dental procedures are now allowed.

The state’s home residence has been extended to at least May 11.

In Mississippi, 1.11 other people are infected by a person with COVID-19, which means that the virus spreads slowly

In Mississippi, 1.11 other people are infected by a person with COVID-19, which means that the virus spreads slowly

In Mississippi, 1.11 other people are infected by a person with COVID-19, which means that the virus spreads slowly

Missouri

Cases: 11,242 – Deaths: 611

Every person in Missouri with COVID-19 infects 1.08 other people, meaning the virus spreads slowly.

From May 4, all businesses may be reopened and social events may resume as long as residents and entrepreneurs continue social distancing and limit capacity.

Local authorities can impose stricter restrictions if their officials deem it necessary.

Every person in Missouri with COVID-19 infects 1.08 other people, meaning the virus spreads slowly

Elke persoon in Missouri met COVID-19 infecteert 1,08 andere mensen, wat betekent dat het virus zich langzaam verspreidt

Elke persoon in Missouri met COVID-19 infecteert 1,08 andere mensen, wat betekent dat het virus zich langzaam verspreidt

Montana

Gevallen: 470 – Sterfgevallen: 16

Gemiddeld infecteert elke persoon in Montana met COVID-19 0,94 andere mensen, wat betekent dat de gevallen krimpen.

Wat heropening betreft, hervatten de kerken de diensten op 27 april. Vanaf 4 mei kunnen restaurants en bars beginnen met het aanbieden van een aantal dinerservices.

Scholen hebben de mogelijkheid om terug te keren naar instructie in de klas op 7 mei. Bezoekers van buiten de staat moeten nog 14 dagen zelf in quarantaine blijven.

Gemiddeld infecteert elke persoon in Montana met COVID-19 0,94 andere mensen, wat betekent dat de gevallen krimpen

Gemiddeld infecteert elke persoon in Montana met COVID-19 0,94 andere mensen, wat betekent dat de gevallen krimpen

Gemiddeld infecteert elke persoon in Montana met COVID-19 0,94 andere mensen, wat betekent dat de gevallen krimpen

Nebraska

Gevallen: 10, 625 – Sterfgevallen: 123

In Nebraska infecteert elke persoon met COVID 1,15 andere mensen, wat betekent dat het virus zich langzaam verspreidt.

Nebraska heeft geen thuisbestelling.

Vanaf 4 mei kunnen mensen dineren in restaurants, maar ze moeten wel twee meter uit elkaar blijven en iedereen moet een masker dragen. Bars zijn nog steeds beperkt tot alleen afhalen.

Kapsalons, tatoeagesalons en stripclubs zijn tot en met 31 mei gesloten.

Er is een limiet van 10 personen op bijeenkomsten.

In Nebraska infecteert elke persoon met COVID 1,15 andere mensen, wat betekent dat het virus zich langzaam verspreidt

In Nebraska infecteert elke persoon met COVID 1,15 andere mensen, wat betekent dat het virus zich langzaam verspreidt

In Nebraska infecteert elke persoon met COVID 1,15 andere mensen, wat betekent dat het virus zich langzaam verspreidt

Nevada

Gevallen: 7.061 – Sterfgevallen: 358

Elke persoon in Nevada met COVID infecteert 0,94 andere mensen, wat betekent dat het aantal gevallen afneemt.

De democratische gouverneur Steve Sisolak heeft de verblijfsvergunning vanaf 9 mei opgeheven.

Restaurants zijn heropend vanaf 9 mei voor een diner met sociale afstand.

De meeste winkels, waaronder kapsalons, kunnen heropend worden met een capaciteit van 50 procent.

Bars, bowlingbanen, bioscopen en tattooshops blijven gesloten.

Each person in Nevada with COVID is infecting 0.94 other people, which means the number of cases are shrinking

Each person in Nevada with COVID is infecting 0.94 other people, which means the number of cases are shrinking

Each person in Nevada with COVID is infecting 0.94 other people, which means the number of cases are shrinking

New Hampshire

Cases: 3,652 – Deaths: 172

Each person in New Hampshire with COVID is infecting 1.30 other people. It means the total number of cases in New Hampshire is growing exponentially.

New Hampshire’s stay-at-home order is extended until May 31.

Drive-in theaters, golf courses and hair salons will be allowed to start up again from May 11 with strict social distancing.

Restaurants that have outdoor seating can reopen from May 18 if tables can be spaced six feet apart.

Campgrounds, manufacturing services and state parks can open immediately if they follow the guidelines.

Each person in New Hampshire with COVID is infecting 1.30 other people. It means the total number of cases in New Hampshire is growing exponentially.

Each person in New Hampshire with COVID is infecting 1.30 other people. It means the total number of cases in New Hampshire is growing exponentially.

Each person in New Hampshire with COVID is infecting 1.30 other people. It means the total number of cases in New Hampshire is growing exponentially.

New Mexico

Cases: 6,096 – Deaths: 270

Each person in New Mexico with COVID is infecting 1.06 other people, which means cases are slowly growing.

New Mexico Democratic Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham extended the stay-home order until May 31 but has begun modest moves to reduce business restrictions, recently allowing curbside and delivery operations for nonessential businesses, opening golf courses and some state parks, and allowing firearm sales by appointment.

Most businesses can reopen from May 16 at 25 percent capacity.

Salons, gyms, malls and dine-in restaurants are to remain closed.

Each person in New Mexico with COVID is infecting 1.06 other people, which means cases are slowly growing

Each person in New Mexico with COVID is infecting 1.06 other people, which means cases are slowly growing

Each person in New Mexico with COVID is infecting 1.06 other people, which means cases are slowly growing

New York

Cases:  351,371 – Deaths: 22,834

The number of cases are shrinking in hard-hit New York because, on average, each person with COVID-19 is infecting 0.66 other people

Construction and manufacturing facilities in five out of 10 New York state regions were given the green light to restart operations on May 15.

New York City, the country’s most populous city, remain under strict lockdown measures until at least June13.

Beaches will be partially reopened for the Memorial Day holiday weekend on May 23-25.

The number of cases are shrinking in hard-hit New York because, on average, each person with COVID-19 is infecting 0.66 other people. But the data shows that testing in New York is not widespread and the state would not yet be unable to handle a new surge in infections based on ICU headroom

The number of cases are shrinking in hard-hit New York because, on average, each person with COVID-19 is infecting 0.66 other people. But the data shows that testing in New York is not widespread and the state would not yet be unable to handle a new surge in infections based on ICU headroom

The number of cases are shrinking in hard-hit New York because, on average, each person with COVID-19 is infecting 0.66 other people. But the data shows that testing in New York is not widespread and the state would not yet be unable to handle a new surge in infections based on ICU headroom

North Carolina

Cases 19,208 – Deaths 693

Each person in North Carolina with COVID is infecting 1.08 other people, which means infections are slowly growing.

Stay-at-home order expired May 8.

Retail stores could open at 50% capacity from May 8 and child care facilities can repoen for working parents.

Gatherings of up to 10 people are allowed outdoors.

Each person in North Carolina with COVID is infecting 1.08 other people, which means infections are slowly growing

Each person in North Carolina with COVID is infecting 1.08 other people, which means infections are slowly growing

Each person in North Carolina with COVID is infecting 1.08 other people, which means infections are slowly growing

North Dakota

Cases: 1,931 – Deaths: 44

Each person in North Dakota with COVID is infecting 1.10 other people, which means the virus is spreading slowly.

North Dakota has no stay-at-home order.

Bars and restaurants, recreational facilities, health clubs and athletic facilities, salons, and tattoo studios can reopen from May 1 with social distancing measures.

Movie theaters must limit admittance to 20% capacity.

Each person in North Dakota with COVID is infecting 1.10 other people, which means the virus is spreading slowly

Each person in North Dakota with COVID is infecting 1.10 other people, which means the virus is spreading slowly

Each person in North Dakota with COVID is infecting 1.10 other people, which means the virus is spreading slowly

Ohio

Cases: 28,454 – Deaths: 1,657

On average, each person in Ohio with COVID is infecting 1.06 other people, which means infections are slowly spreading.

Non-essential surgeries that don’t require an overnight hospital stay will start May 1.

Manufacturing, distribution and construction sectors will reopen May 4, following by consumer retail and services on May 12.

Companies will need to require employees and customers to wear face masks and follow social distancing guidelines.

On average, each person in Ohio with COVID is infecting 1.06 other people, which means infections are slowly spreading

On average, each person in Ohio with COVID is infecting 1.06 other people, which means infections are slowly spreading

On average, each person in Ohio with COVID is infecting 1.06 other people, which means infections are slowly spreading

Oklahoma

Cases: 5,398 – Deaths: 288

Each person in Oklahoma with COVID is infecting 1.03 other people, which means the virus is spreading slowly.

Some businesses that were closed in an effort to slow the spread of the coronavirus were allowed to reopen from April 24 and others can reopen within 10 days.

Barbershops, hair and nail salons, pet groomers and spas were allowed to reopen from April 24. The move is contingent on businesses practicing social distancing, and employees and customers must wear masks if they are within six feet of each other.

Restaurants, movie theaters, gyms and places of worship can reopen May 1. Nurseries tied to places of worship will remain closed.

Each person in Oklahoma with COVID is infecting 1.03 other people, which means the virus is spreading slowly

Each person in Oklahoma with COVID is infecting 1.03 other people, which means the virus is spreading slowly

Each person in Oklahoma with COVID is infecting 1.03 other people, which means the virus is spreading slowly

Oregon

Cases: 3,687 – Deaths: 138

Each person in Oregon with COVID is infecting 1.10 other people, which means it’s slowly spreading.

Nearly all counties can reopen from May 15.

Retail stores and childcare facilities can reopen from that date with social distancing measures.

Restaurants and bars can offer sit-down service as long as six feet is maintained between tables.

Barbers, salons and massage businesses can reopen with appointments only.

Medical facilities in Oregon were allowed to resume providing nonurgent medical care starting May 1.

Each person in Oregon with COVID is infecting 1.10 other people, which means it's slowly spreading

Each person in Oregon with COVID is infecting 1.10 other people, which means it's slowly spreading

Each person in Oregon with COVID is infecting 1.10 other people, which means it’s slowly spreading

Pennsylvania

Cases: 66,669 – Deaths: 4,514

Each person in Pennsylvania with COVID is infecting 0.91 other people, which means the total number of cases is shrinking.

Golf courses, marinas and private campgrounds can reopen. Construction work can resume.

Low risk counties can reopen all businesses from May 8 as long as social distancing is adhered to.

Stay-at-home orders for at risk counties has been extended until June 4.

Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf says the shutdown can be loosened in a county or region once virus trends hit key benchmarks.

Each person in Pennsylvania with COVID is infecting 0.91 other people, which means the total number of cases is shrinking

Each person in Pennsylvania with COVID is infecting 0.91 other people, which means the total number of cases is shrinking

Each person in Pennsylvania with COVID is infecting 0.91 other people, which means the total number of cases is shrinking

Rhode Island

Cases: 12,951 – Deaths: 532

On average, each person in Rhode Island with COVID is infecting 0.84 other people. Because each person is infecting less than one other person, the total number of cases in Rhode Island is shrinking.

Rhode Island’s stay-at-home order was lifted May 8.

Retail businesses can reopen providing they operate at limited capacity.

Some state parks and beaches are also now reopened.

Restaurants still are limited to delivery and takeout.

South Carolina

Cases: 8,942 – Deaths: 391

Each person in South Carolina with COVID is infecting 0.96 other people, which means cases are shrinking.

Department stores, sporting goods stores and flea markets are among the businesses allowed to reopen in parts of the state from April 20.

Other stores selling furniture, books, music, flowers, clothing and accessories can also reopen. The businesses are allowed to open at 20 percent capacity, or five people per 1,000 square feet.

Beaches are also allowed to reopen April 21.

Each person in South Carolina with COVID is infecting 0.96 other people, which means cases are shrinking

Each person in South Carolina with COVID is infecting 0.96 other people, which means cases are shrinking

Each person in South Carolina with COVID is infecting 0.96 other people, which means cases are shrinking

South Dakota

Cases: 4,027 – Deaths: 44

Each person in South Dakota with COVID is infecting 1.14 other people, which means cases are growing slowly.

Republican Gov. Kristi Noem didn’t order any severe restrictions, instead asking people to observe social distancing and avoid groups larger than 10.

Still, Noem last week issued a ‘Back to Normal’ plan that advised businesses to open doors while taking precautions to keep people spread apart.

Each person in South Dakota with COVID is infecting 1.14 other people, which means cases are growing slowly

Each person in South Dakota with COVID is infecting 1.14 other people, which means cases are growing slowly

Each person in South Dakota with COVID is infecting 1.14 other people, which means cases are growing slowly

Tennessee

Cases: 18,011 – Deaths: 301

Each person in Tennessee with COVID is infecting 1.05 other people, which means cases are slowly growing.

Businesses in most counties were allowed to reopen as early as April 27.

Restaurants, retail outlets and gyms are reopened in most counties, while services like salons and barbershops were allowed to reopen from May 6.

Each person in Tennessee with COVID is infecting 1.05 other people, which means cases are slowly growing

Each person in Tennessee with COVID is infecting 1.05 other people, which means cases are slowly growing

Each person in Tennessee with COVID is infecting 1.05 other people, which means cases are slowly growing

Texas

Cases 49,215  – Deaths 1,352

On average, each person in Texas with COVID-19 is infecting 1.10 other people, which means cases are slowly growing.

Retail stores, restaurants, movie theaters and malls can reopen at a 25 percent reduced capacity from May 1.

State parks reopened on April 20 but people must wear face coverings and masks and adhere to social distancing. People also cannot visit in groups of five or more.

Hospitals could resumed surgeries on April 22 that had been postponed by coronavirus.

Schools and universities will remain closed for the rest of the year.

Utah

Cases: 7,384 – Deaths: 80

On average, each person in Utah with COVID is infecting 1.02 other people, which means cases are slowly growing.

There is no stay-at-home order but some restrictions were enforced. Restaurants can allow customers dine in again with precautions from May 1.

Gyms and personal services including hair salons can reopen May 1.

On average, each person in Utah with COVID is infecting 1.02 other people, which means cases are slowly growing

On average, each person in Utah with COVID is infecting 1.02 other people, which means cases are slowly growing

On average, each person in Utah with COVID is infecting 1.02 other people, which means cases are slowly growing

Vermont

Cases: 944 – Deaths: 54

Each person in Vermont with COVID-19 is, on average, infecting 0.90 other people. It means the total number of cases in the state is shrinking.

A stay-at-home order for the state runs through May 15.

Construction, home appraisers, property management and municipal clerks can reopen from April 27 with a maximum of five workers.

Farmers markets can operate from May 1.

Outdoor retail space can allow in-person shopping with a max of 10 people.

Each person in Vermont with COVID-19 is, on average, infecting 0.90 other people. It means the total number of cases in the state is shrinking

Each person in Vermont with COVID-19 is, on average, infecting 0.90 other people. It means the total number of cases in the state is shrinking

Each person in Vermont with COVID-19 is, on average, infecting 0.90 other people. It means the total number of cases in the state is shrinking

Virginia

Cases 31,140- Deaths 1,015

On average, each person in Virginia with COVID-19 is infecting 1.10 other people, which means cases are still growing.

Phase one of the state’s reopening plan can start May 15, which allows barbershops and hair salons to reopen.

Limited outdoor seating at bars and restaurants is also permitted, as well as low capacity retail shopping.

On average, each person in Virginia with COVID-19 is infecting 1.10 other people, which means cases are still growing

On average, each person in Virginia with COVID-19 is infecting 1.10 other people, which means cases are still growing

On average, each person in Virginia with COVID-19 is infecting 1.10 other people, which means cases are still growing

West Virginia

Cases: 1,502 – Deaths: 68

Each person in West Virginia with COVID-19 is infecting, on average, 1.00 other people. These figures mean the total number of cases in the state is shrinking.

Elective surgeries can resume from April 30.

Small businesses with less than 10 employees can reopen next week, including hair and nail salons, barber shops and pet grooming.

There is an indefinite stay-at-home order.

Bars and restaurants limited to take-out only.

Each person in West Virginia with COVID-19 is infecting, on average, 1.00 other people. These figures mean the total number of cases in the state is shrinking

Each person in West Virginia with COVID-19 is infecting, on average, 1.00 other people. These figures mean the total number of cases in the state is shrinking

Each person in West Virginia with COVID-19 is infecting, on average, 1.00 other people. These figures mean the total number of cases in the state is shrinking

Wisconsin

Cases: 12,687 – Deaths: 459

Each person in Wisconsin with coronavirus is infecting, on average, 1.08 other people. It means that infections are slowly growing.

The stay-at-home order has been extended to May 26.

Nonessential businesses and public libraries can have curbside pickup and delivery.

Groomers, engine repair shops are allowed to do curbside drops offs.

Golf courses are open.

Some state parks will reopen from May 1.

Each person in Wisconsin with coronavirus is infecting, on average, 1.08 other people. It means that infections are slowly growing

Each person in Wisconsin with coronavirus is infecting, on average, 1.08 other people. It means that infections are slowly growing

Each person in Wisconsin with coronavirus is infecting, on average, 1.08 other people. It means that infections are slowly growing

Not reopening

Connecticut

Cases: 38,116 – Deaths: 3,449

Each person in Connecticut with COVID-19 is infecting 0.90 other people, which means the number of cases are shrinking.

There’s a stay-at-home order in the state that runs through May 20.

Five person limit on social gatherings, 50-person limit for religious services.

Non-essential businesses must suspend all in-person operations and bars and restaurants are limited to take-out only.

Out-of-state visitors strongly urged to self-quarantine.

If the state meets certain criteria by May 20, including 14 days of downward infections, increased testing availability and sufficient contact tracing methods, it will forge ahead with partial reopening.

If that criteria is met, restaurants with outdoor seating, offices, hair and nail salons and outdoor museums and zoos will be allowed to reopen.

Each person in Connecticut with COVID-19 is infecting 0.90 other people, which means the number of cases are shrinking

Each person in Connecticut with COVID-19 is infecting 0.90 other people, which means the number of cases are shrinking

Each person in Connecticut with COVID-19 is infecting 0.90 other people, which means the number of cases are shrinking

Delaware

Cases: 7,869  – Deaths: 297

On average, each person in Delaware with COVID-19 is infecting 1.02 other people, which means cases are growing slowly.

Stay-at-home order through May 31.

Nonessential businesses limited to minimum operations or remote work.

Bars and restaurants limited to take-out or delivery.

Restrictions on state beaches and community pools, as well as ice cream shops and trucks will be lifted from May 22.

On average, each person in Delaware with COVID-19 is infecting 1.02 other people, which means cases are growing slowly

On average, each person in Delaware with COVID-19 is infecting 1.02 other people, which means cases are growing slowly

On average, each person in Delaware with COVID-19 is infecting 1.02 other people, which means cases are growing slowly

New Jersey

Cases: 148,240 – Deaths: 10,439

On average, each person in New Jersey with COVID-19 is infecting 0.80 other people. Because each person is infecting less than one other person, the total number of cases in New Jersey is shrinking.

The state has strict lockdown measures and stay-at-home order.

Retail stores were allowed to offer curbside pick up from May 18 and nonessential contruction can also restart.

Drive-in movies and religous services can now start if people stay in their cars.

Batting cases, golf ranges and private tennis clubs can reopen from May 22.

Washington

Cases 19,296 – Deaths 1,010

On average, each person in Washington with COVID is infecting 1.02 other people. Because this number is only slightly above 1.0, it means that COVID is growing, but slowly.

Gov. Jay Inslee has already eased some restrictions, including allowing day use of state parks.

Outdoor recreation such as fishing and golfing will be allowed from this week.

The Democratic governor also announced the state´s stay-at-home order will be extended through at least May 31.

That will be followed with a four-stage process of lifting restrictions, starting with allowing retail curbside pickup, automobile sales and car washes by mid-May.

On average, each person in Washington with COVID is infecting 1.02 other people. Because this number is only slightly above 1.0, it means that COVID is growing, but slowly

On average, each person in Washington with COVID is infecting 1.02 other people. Because this number is only slightly above 1.0, it means that COVID is growing, but slowly

On average, each person in Washington with COVID is infecting 1.02 other people. Because this number is only slightly above 1.0, it means that COVID is growing, but slowly

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