States ranked by COVID-19 test positivity rates: Nov. 30    

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 1,000 people. 

Data points were last updated Nov. 30. Data for positivity rates and tests are seven-day moving averages. New cases are daily counts as reported by state 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. 

Editor's note: Thanksgiving weekend will disrupt a number of COVID-19 data points for several days. Read some considerations for reviewing numbers here

    

Idaho: 44.4 percent positive

New daily cases: 824

Tests per 1,000: 1.6

 

South Dakota: 41.4

New daily cases: 801

Tests per 1,000: 2.7

 

Iowa: 40.3

New daily cases: 1,511

Tests per 1,000: 1.5

 

Kansas: 38.1

New daily cases: 0

Tests per 1,000: 2.4

 

Wyoming: 32.8

New daily cases: 561

Tests per 1,000: 3.3

 

Pennsylvania: 27.1

New daily cases: 4,999

Tests per 1,000: 2

 

Alabama: 27.1

New daily cases: 2,236

Tests per 1,000: 1.6

 

Oregon: 27

New daily cases: 1,613

Tests per 1,000: 1.1

 

Oklahoma: 20.2

New daily cases: 1,721

Tests per 1,000: 3.8

 

Arizona: 20

New daily cases: 3,221

Tests per 1,000: 2.6

 

Utah: 18.2

New daily cases: 1,722

Tests per 1,000: 4.1

 

Missouri: 18.1

New daily cases: 3,314

Tests per 1,000: 3.1

 

Mississippi: 17.6

New daily cases: 1,845

Tests per 1,000: 2.3

 

Montana: 16.4

New daily cases: 956

Tests per 1,000: 5

 

Nevada: 15.6

New daily cases: 1,298

Tests per 1,000: 5

 

Ohio: 15.3

New daily cases: 7,729

Tests per 1,000: 5

 

New Mexico: 14.7

New daily cases: 1,435

Tests per 1,000: 6.3

 

Tennessee: 14.2

New daily cases: 3,052

Tests per 1,000: 3.8

 

Wisconsin: 13.9

New daily cases: 4,055

Tests per 1,000: 5.8

 

Arkansas: 13.7

New daily cases: 1,221

Tests per 1,000: 3.8

 

Kentucky: 13.4

New daily cases: 2,743

Tests per 1,000: 4.5

 

Nebraska: 13.3

New daily cases: 1,143

Tests per 1,000: 6.8

 

Michigan: 12

New daily cases: 0

Tests per 1,000: 5.9

 

Indiana: 11.7

New daily cases: 4,304

Tests per 1,000: 6.9

 

North Dakota: 11

New daily cases: 723

Tests per 1,000: 10.1

 

Minnesota: 10.3

New daily cases: 8,946

Tests per 1,000: 10.5

 

Illinois: 10.1

New daily cases: 7,178

Tests per 1,000: 7.1

 

Virginia: 9.5

New daily cases: 2,325

Tests per 1,000: 3.2

 

Colorado: 9.4

New daily cases: 3,489

Tests per 1,000: 7.9

 

Texas: 8.8

New daily cases: 11,541

Tests per 1,000: 3.5

 

New Jersey: 8.6

New daily cases: 4,561

Tests per 1,000: 5.2

 

Georgia: 8.5

New daily cases: 1,952

Tests per 1,000: 2.6

 

Louisiana: 8

New daily cases: 1,643

Tests per 1,000: 4.6

 

Florida: 7.5

New daily cases: 7,363

Tests per 1,000: 4.6

 

North Carolina: 7.4

New daily cases: 3,820

Tests per 1,000: 4.6

 

South Carolina: 7

New daily cases: 1,218

Tests per 1,000: 3.9

 

Delaware: 7

New daily cases: 581

Tests per 1,000: 7.3

 

Rhode Island: 6.5

New daily cases: 0

Tests per 1,000: 7.9

 

West Virginia: 6.4

New daily cases: 1,152

Tests per 1,000: 8.2

 

New Hampshire: 6.3

New daily cases: 491

Tests per 1,000: 4.8

 

California: 6.2

New daily cases: 14,831

Tests per 1,000: 5.7

 

Maryland: 5.5

New daily cases: 1,999

Tests per 1,000: 6.2

 

Alaska: 5.3

New daily cases: 621

Tests per 1,000: 15.6

 

Connecticut: 4.9

New daily cases: 0

Tests per 1,000: 9

 

Massachusetts: 3.6

New daily cases: 2,495

Tests per 1,000: 10.4

 

New York: 3.5

New daily cases: 6,723

Tests per 1,000: 9.4

 

Maine: 2.5

New daily cases: 220

Tests per 1,000: 4.9

 

Washington, D.C.: 2.2

New daily cases: 410

Tests per 1,000: 12.1

 

Hawaii: 1.9

New daily cases: 56

Tests per 1,000: 3.5

 

Vermont: 1.4

New daily cases: 67

Tests per 1,000: 7.9

 

Washington: 0

New daily cases: 2,066

Tests per 1,000: 0

*Washington is not reporting some COVID-19 data from Nov. 23 to Nov. 30.



 

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