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Counties sorted by COVID-19 growth

Figures are daily growth percentage (7-day average)

  1. Bee, Texas Growth: 11.36%
  2. Honolulu, Hawaii Growth: 7.42%
  3. Orange, Texas Growth: 5.67%
  4. Bonneville, Idaho Growth: 5.63%
  5. Cherokee, Texas Growth: 5.31%
  6. Cameron, Texas Growth: 4.87%
  7. Fort Bend, Texas Growth: 4.15%
  8. Mississippi, Arkansas Growth: 3.93%
  9. Jefferson, Missouri Growth: 3.70%
  10. Carolina, Puerto Rico Growth: 3.68%
  11. San Juan, Puerto Rico Growth: 3.66%
  12. Bayamon, Puerto Rico Growth: 3.62%
  13. Maverick, Texas Growth: 3.48%
  14. Marion, Florida Growth: 3.35%
  15. St. Landry, Louisiana Growth: 3.32%
  16. Greene, Missouri Growth: 3.16%
  17. Suwannee, Florida Growth: 3.15%
  18. Madison, Tennessee Growth: 3.12%
  19. Peoria, Illinois Growth: 3.06%
  20. Talladega, Alabama Growth: 3.02%
  21. Jackson, Alabama Growth: 3.02%
  22. Sebastian, Arkansas Growth: 3.01%
  23. Webb, Texas Growth: 3.01%
  24. Smith, Texas Growth: 3.00%
  25. Burleigh, North Dakota Growth: 2.87%
  26. Gadsden, Florida Growth: 2.83%
  27. Nueces, Texas Growth: 2.81%
  28. Cherokee, Georgia Growth: 2.81%
  29. Washington, Wisconsin Growth: 2.80%
  30. Bay, Florida Growth: 2.76%
  31. Johnson, Texas Growth: 2.76%
  32. Lafayette, Louisiana Growth: 2.74%
  33. Washington, Tennessee Growth: 2.72%
  34. Harrison, Mississippi Growth: 2.66%
  35. Craighead, Arkansas Growth: 2.65%
  36. Bolivar, Mississippi Growth: 2.62%
  37. Garland, Arkansas Growth: 2.59%
  38. Collin, Texas Growth: 2.59%
  39. Vermilion, Louisiana Growth: 2.58%
  40. Sangamon, Illinois Growth: 2.58%
  41. Okaloosa, Florida Growth: 2.58%
  42. Clarke, Georgia Growth: 2.55%
  43. Citrus, Florida Growth: 2.55%
  44. Midland, Texas Growth: 2.54%
  45. Saline, Arkansas Growth: 2.52%
  46. Kaufman, Texas Growth: 2.52%
  47. Darlington, South Carolina Growth: 2.51%
  48. Floyd, Georgia Growth: 2.50%
  49. Escambia, Florida Growth: 2.50%
  50. Blount, Tennessee Growth: 2.49%
  51. Stanly, North Carolina Growth: 2.48%
  52. Lee, Mississippi Growth: 2.48%
  53. Aiken, South Carolina Growth: 2.48%
  54. Placer, California Growth: 2.47%
  55. Canyon, Idaho Growth: 2.47%
  56. Fayette, Kentucky Growth: 2.46%
  57. Madison, Illinois Growth: 2.46%
  58. Starr, Texas Growth: 2.43%
  59. Jackson, Mississippi Growth: 2.40%
  60. Sonoma, California Growth: 2.39%
  61. Maury, Tennessee Growth: 2.39%
  62. Forsyth, Georgia Growth: 2.38%
  63. Knox, Tennessee Growth: 2.37%
  64. Calhoun, Alabama Growth: 2.36%
  65. Hays, Texas Growth: 2.33%
  66. Suffolk city, Virginia Growth: 2.32%
  67. Paulding, Georgia Growth: 2.31%
  68. Hampton city, Virginia Growth: 2.30%
  69. Richmond, Georgia Growth: 2.28%
  70. Yellowstone, Montana Growth: 2.28%
  71. Merced, California Growth: 2.28%
  72. Butte, California Growth: 2.25%
  73. Panola, Mississippi Growth: 2.25%
  74. Columbia, Georgia Growth: 2.24%
  75. Gordon, Georgia Growth: 2.23%
  76. Tarrant, Texas Growth: 2.22%
  77. Walton, Georgia Growth: 2.22%
  78. San Luis Obispo, California Growth: 2.21%
  79. Jefferson, Kentucky Growth: 2.19%
  80. Jackson, Missouri Growth: 2.19%
  81. Bartow, Georgia Growth: 2.18%
  82. Twin Falls, Idaho Growth: 2.17%
  83. Cobb, Georgia Growth: 2.15%
  84. Barrow, Georgia Growth: 2.14%
  85. Autauga, Alabama Growth: 2.13%
  86. Virginia Beach city, Virginia Growth: 2.10%
  87. Escambia, Alabama Growth: 2.10%
  88. Cleveland, North Carolina Growth: 2.10%
  89. Tulsa, Oklahoma Growth: 2.10%
  90. Hernando, Florida Growth: 2.10%
  91. Waukesha, Wisconsin Growth: 2.10%
  92. Ellis, Texas Growth: 2.10%
  93. Fayette, Georgia Growth: 2.08%
  94. Vanderburgh, Indiana Growth: 2.07%
  95. Norfolk city, Virginia Growth: 2.07%
  96. Pulaski, Arkansas Growth: 2.07%
  97. Sedgwick, Kansas Growth: 2.06%
  98. Chelan, Washington Growth: 2.06%
  99. Contra Costa, California Growth: 2.05%
  100. Clay, Missouri Growth: 2.05%
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.