States ranked by COVID-19 test positivity rates: June 11

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Here are the rates of positive COVID-19 tests in each state, along with the number of new cases most recently reported and number of tests conducted per 100,000 people. 

Data points were last updated June 11. Data for positivity rates and tests are seven-day moving averages. New cases are daily counts as reported by states and the District of Columbia. The information cited is from the Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center. States are arranged in descending order of test positivity rates.

For user-friendly data on current COVID-19 hospitalizations and death rates, please refer to The New York Times' presentation of HHS data here

  

Alabama: 13.4 percent positive

New daily cases: 290

Tests per 100,000: 45.9

 

Idaho: 12.3 

New daily cases: 102

Tests per 100,000: 51.8

 

Kansas: 11.4

New daily cases: 0

Tests per 100,000: 41.9

 

Mississippi: 8.5

New daily cases: 194

Tests per 100,000: 46.8

 

Arkansas: 8.3

New daily cases: 289

Tests per 100,000: 76.4

 

Missouri: 7.1

New daily cases: 675

Tests per 100,000: 155

 

Iowa: 7

New daily cases: 83

Tests per 100,000: 32.2

 

Oklahoma: 6.5

New daily cases: 122

Tests per 100,000: 45.9

 

Texas: 6.3

New daily cases: 1,784

Tests per 100,000: 133.2

 

New Jersey: 5.9

New daily cases: 342

Tests per 100,000: 48.5

 

Utah: 5.9

New daily cases: 313

Tests per 100,000: 150.9

 

Kentucky: 5.7

New daily cases: 271

Tests per 100,000: 123.1

 

Nevada: 5.2

New daily cases: 295

Tests per 100,000: 171.6

 

North Dakota: 4.1

New daily cases: 53

Tests per 100,000: 115.9

 

Washington: 3.7

New daily cases: 717

Tests per 100,000: 220

 

Montana: 3.5

New daily cases: 99

Tests per 100,000: 218.3

 

Louisiana: 3.3

New daily cases: 473

Tests per 100,000: 235.3

 

Colorado: 3.2

New daily cases: 596

Tests per 100,000: 329.8

 

South Dakota: 3.1

New daily cases: 21

Tests per 100,000: 64.8

 

Georgia: 3

New daily cases: 458

Tests per 100,000: 121

 

Wyoming: 2.7

New daily cases: 71

Tests per 100,000: 206.1

 

North Carolina: 2.7

New daily cases: 464

Tests per 100,000: 170

 

Oregon: 2.6

New daily cases: 358

Tests per 100,000: 270.8

 

Arizona: 2.6

New daily cases: 370

Tests per 100,000: 215.9

 

Indiana: 2.4

New daily cases: 460 

Tests per 100,000: 230.6

 

Tennessee: 2.4

New daily cases: 362

Tests per 100,000: 118.8

 

Maine: 2.3

New daily cases: 63

Tests per 100,000: 217.8

 

Delaware: 2.2

New daily cases: 33

Tests per 100,000: 204

 

West Virginia: 2.2

New daily cases: 119

Tests per 100,000: 265.2

 

Pennsylvania: 2.2

New daily cases: 668

Tests per 100,000: 174.8

 

Virginia: 2

New daily cases: 215

Tests per 100,000: 114.7

 

Ohio: 2

New daily cases: 344

Tests per 100,000: 166.4

 

South Carolina: 1.8

New daily cases: 85

Tests per 100,000: 160.5

 

Michigan: 1.8

New daily cases: 362

Tests per 100,000: 202.4

 

Minnesota: 1.6

New daily cases: 161

Tests per 100,000: 232.5

 

New Mexico: 1.4

New daily cases: 96

Tests per 100,000: 282.3

 

Wisconsin: 1.3

New daily cases: 191

Tests per 100,000: 198.8

 

Nebraska: 1.1

New daily cases: 35

Tests per 100,000: 152.5

 

New Hampshire: 1.1

New daily cases: 44

Tests per 100,000: 196.8

 

Hawaii: 1

New daily cases: 62

Tests per 100,000: 395.1

 

Illinois: 1

New daily cases: 364

Tests per 100,000: 338.3

 

District of Columbia: 0.8

New daily cases: 24

Tests per 100,000: 276.2

 

Alaska: 0.8

New daily cases: 0

Tests per 100,000: 447.4

 

Vermont: 0.7

New daily cases: 14

Tests per 100,000: 230.5

 

Connecticut: 0.7

New daily cases: 57

Tests per 100,000: 314.1

 

Maryland: 0.6

New daily cases: 121

Tests per 100,000: 288.6

 

California: 0.6

New daily cases: 1,347

Tests per 100,000: 411.8

 

Rhode Island: 0.6

New daily cases: 34

Tests per 100,000: 585.4

 

New York: 0.5

New daily cases: 542

Tests per 100,000: 614.7

 

Massachusetts: 0.4

New daily cases: 120

Tests per 100,000: 493.6

 

Florida: 0

New daily cases: 0

Tests per 100,000: 0






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