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Counties sorted by COVID-19 growth

Figures are daily growth percentage (7-day average)

  1. Swisher, Texas Growth: 4.10%
  2. Box Butte, Nebraska Growth: 3.62%
  3. Madison, Nebraska Growth: 2.93%
  4. Custer, Nebraska Growth: 2.76%
  5. York, Nebraska Growth: 2.53%
  6. Hamilton, Nebraska Growth: 2.49%
  7. Lincoln, Nebraska Growth: 2.43%
  8. Stevens, Minnesota Growth: 2.25%
  9. Hall, Nebraska Growth: 2.23%
  10. Platte, Nebraska Growth: 2.22%
  11. Otoe, Nebraska Growth: 2.21%
  12. Holt, Nebraska Growth: 2.13%
  13. Washington, Nebraska Growth: 2.11%
  14. North Slope Borough, Alaska Growth: 2.03%
  15. Andrews, Texas Growth: 1.94%
  16. Gage, Nebraska Growth: 1.89%
  17. Braxton, West Virginia Growth: 1.79%
  18. Kauai, Hawaii Growth: 1.76%
  19. Saline, Nebraska Growth: 1.74%
  20. Red Willow, Nebraska Growth: 1.74%
  21. Saunders, Nebraska Growth: 1.69%
  22. Buffalo, Nebraska Growth: 1.61%
  23. Dawson, Nebraska Growth: 1.60%
  24. Ritchie, West Virginia Growth: 1.57%
  25. Juneau City and Borough, Alaska Growth: 1.54%
  26. Lewis, West Virginia Growth: 1.47%
  27. Penobscot, Maine Growth: 1.45%
  28. Orleans, Vermont Growth: 1.45%
  29. Adams, Nebraska Growth: 1.44%
  30. Beaverhead, Montana Growth: 1.41%
  31. Custer, Montana Growth: 1.37%
  32. Lynchburg city, Virginia Growth: 1.37%
  33. Somerset, Maine Growth: 1.36%
  34. Coshocton, Ohio Growth: 1.34%
  35. Russell, Kentucky Growth: 1.31%
  36. Edmonson, Kentucky Growth: 1.30%
  37. Lincoln, Montana Growth: 1.30%
  38. Perry, Ohio Growth: 1.29%
  39. Rockcastle, Kentucky Growth: 1.24%
  40. Rusk, Wisconsin Growth: 1.24%
  41. Giles, Virginia Growth: 1.20%
  42. Clallam, Washington Growth: 1.20%
  43. Leslie, Kentucky Growth: 1.20%
  44. Koochiching, Minnesota Growth: 1.18%
  45. Churchill, Nevada Growth: 1.18%
  46. McCreary, Kentucky Growth: 1.18%
  47. McDowell, West Virginia Growth: 1.18%
  48. Morgan, Ohio Growth: 1.17%
  49. Wolfe, Kentucky Growth: 1.17%
  50. Elmore, Idaho Growth: 1.16%
  51. Dodge, Nebraska Growth: 1.15%
  52. Harrison, Ohio Growth: 1.14%
  53. Roane, West Virginia Growth: 1.13%
  54. Magoffin, Kentucky Growth: 1.12%
  55. Lake, Montana Growth: 1.12%
  56. Harrison, West Virginia Growth: 1.11%
  57. Seward, Nebraska Growth: 1.11%
  58. Baker, Oregon Growth: 1.10%
  59. Summers, West Virginia Growth: 1.10%
  60. Mariposa, California Growth: 1.10%
  61. Powell, Kentucky Growth: 1.10%
  62. Meigs, Ohio Growth: 1.10%
  63. Phelps, Nebraska Growth: 1.10%
  64. Pembina, North Dakota Growth: 1.09%
  65. Preston, West Virginia Growth: 1.08%
  66. Barren, Kentucky Growth: 1.07%
  67. Grant, West Virginia Growth: 1.06%
  68. Tyler, West Virginia Growth: 1.06%
  69. Knott, Kentucky Growth: 1.06%
  70. Harlan, Kentucky Growth: 1.06%
  71. Knox, Kentucky Growth: 1.06%
  72. Wayne, Kentucky Growth: 1.05%
  73. Elko, Nevada Growth: 1.05%
  74. Hancock, Maine Growth: 1.05%
  75. Perry, Kentucky Growth: 1.05%
  76. Big Horn, Wyoming Growth: 1.04%
  77. Hocking, Ohio Growth: 1.04%
  78. Stevens, Washington Growth: 1.04%
  79. Humboldt, Nevada Growth: 1.04%
  80. Metcalfe, Kentucky Growth: 1.03%
  81. Jackson, West Virginia Growth: 1.03%
  82. Wayne, West Virginia Growth: 1.03%
  83. Cheyenne, Nebraska Growth: 1.03%
  84. Essex, Virginia Growth: 1.03%
  85. Whitley, Kentucky Growth: 1.03%
  86. Green, Kentucky Growth: 1.02%
  87. Lincoln, Washington Growth: 1.02%
  88. Franklin, Maine Growth: 1.02%
  89. Caledonia, Vermont Growth: 1.02%
  90. Northwest Arctic Borough, Alaska Growth: 1.02%
  91. Windsor, Vermont Growth: 1.02%
  92. Marion, West Virginia Growth: 1.00%
  93. Hampshire, West Virginia Growth: 1.00%
  94. Harrison, Kentucky Growth: 1.00%
  95. Okanogan, Washington Growth: 0.99%
  96. Greene, Virginia Growth: 0.99%
  97. Coos, Oregon Growth: 0.99%
  98. Duchesne, Utah Growth: 0.99%
  99. Polk, Texas Growth: 0.99%
  100. Morgan, West Virginia Growth: 0.99%
Note: Only counties with 1,000 or more cases are listed

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The data comes from The New York Times and the code to generate these pages is open source and available on GitHub. The number of actual COVID-19 cases and deaths are almost certainly higher than these figures.