The Carolinas Rank Among The 2 Least Aggressive States Against the Coronavirus

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With states taking actions such as closing bars and restaurants or banning large gatherings to fight the spread of the coronavirus, the personal-finance website WalletHub today released its report on the Most Aggressive States Against the Coronavirus.

To identify which states are taking the largest actions to combat coronavirus, the site compared the 50 states and the District of Columbia across 35 key metrics. The data set ranges from tested cases of COVID-19 per capita and state legislation on the pandemic to the uninsured population and share of the workforce in affected industries.

South Carolina Ranked as the 11th least aggressive, and North Carolina ranked as the 22nd least aggressive;

State with the Most Aggressive Measures in Limiting Virus Exposure

Overall Rank State Score Interval ‘Prevention & Containment’ Rank ‘Risk Factors & Infrastructure’ Rank ‘Economic Impact’ Rank
1 Rhode Island >=60 1 22 43
2 Connecticut >=60 2 8 18
3 Maryland >=60 3 18 2
4 New York >=60 4 40 5
5 Washington >=60 5 9 14
6 Massachusetts >=60 9 10 3
7 New Jersey >=60 6 28 24
8 Minnesota 55 – 60 17 1 4
9 Vermont 55 – 60 7 7 44
10 District of Columbia 55 – 60 8 33 26
11 New Hampshire 50 – 55 12 5 25
12 Ohio 50 – 55 11 34 23
13 Wisconsin 50 – 55 13 12 27
14 New Mexico 50 – 55 10 46 38
15 Utah 50 – 55 24 4 15
16 South Dakota 45 – 50 20 20 30
17 Illinois 45 – 50 19 17 39
18 Delaware 45 – 50 28 11 12
19 Alaska 45 – 50 14 15 49
20 North Dakota 45 – 50 27 3 31
21 Pennsylvania 45 – 50 22 25 33
22 Louisiana 45 – 50 16 44 36
23 California 45 – 50 18 32 40
24 Virginia 45 – 50 30 13 11
25 Arkansas 45 – 50 23 49 13
26 Montana 45 – 50 15 23 50
27 Michigan 45 – 50 31 29 10
28 Oregon 45 – 50 21 27 46
29 Arizona 40 – 45 32 43 6
30 North Carolina 40 – 45 29 39 16
31 Alabama 40 – 45 35 50 1
31 West Virginia 40 – 45 25 48 20
33 Maine 40 – 45 26 26 42
34 Iowa 40 – 45 38 6 9
35 Colorado 40 – 45 37 2 41
36 Nebraska 40 – 45 43 14 8
37 Florida 35 – 40 33 41 45
38 Idaho 35 – 40 40 16 37
39 Georgia 35 – 40 46 30 7
40 Kentucky 35 – 40 39 45 32
41 South Carolina 35 – 40 42 36 22
42 Indiana 35 – 40 45 24 21
43 Tennessee 35 – 40 41 42 35
44 Kansas 35 – 40 50 19 17
45 Hawaii 35 – 40 36 35 47
46 Missouri 35 – 40 47 38 29
47 Oklahoma 35 – 40 44 47 34
48 Nevada 30 – 35 34 37 51
49 Texas 30 – 35 51 31 19
50 Mississippi 30 – 35 48 51 28
51 Wyoming 30 – 35 49 21 48

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