Where new COVID-19 cases are rising, falling, staying the same: Sept. 4

Eighteen states are reporting increases in new cases of COVID-19; 11 states are reporting a drop, and 21 states and Washington, D.C., are seeing cases stabilize as of 7:53 a.m. CDT Sept. 4, according to The New York Times.

The Times used state data on COVID-19 cases over the last 14 days to identify the following trends.

Note: States are listed alphabetically.

Where new cases are rising:

● Alabama
● Iowa
● Kansas
● Kentucky
● Maine
● Minnesota
● Missouri
● Montana
● Nebraska
● New Hampshire
● North Carolina
● North Dakota
● Ohio
● Oklahoma
● Pennsylvania
● South Carolina
● South Dakota
● West Virginia

Where new cases are falling:

● Arizona
● California
● Florida
● Georgia
● Idaho
● Mississippi
● Nevada
● Oregon
● Texas
● Washington
● Wyoming

Where new cases are stabilizing:

● Alaska
● Arkansas
● Colorado
● Connecticut
● Delaware
● Hawaii
● Illinois
● Indiana
● Louisiana
● Maryland
● Massachusetts
● Michigan
● New Mexico
● New Jersey
● New York
● Rhode Island
● Tennessee
● Utah
● Vermont
● Virginia
● Washington, D.C.
● Wisconsin

More articles on public health:
US coronavirus death rates by state: Aug. 21
Number of COVID-19 hospitalizations, state by state: Aug. 21
20 states where COVID-19 is spreading fastest, slowest: Aug. 21

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