10 US counties with most recent coronavirus cases per resident

A California county has the highest number of recent coronavirus cases per resident in the country, a database created by The New York Times shows.

It includes data from state and county reports on coronavirus cases and deaths. Population data was taken from the U.S. Census Bureau. Recent cases refers to cases in the last two weeks. 

Here are the 10 U.S. counties with the highest number of recent COVID-19 cases per resident as of 9:37 a.m. CDT, June 14:

1. Imperial, Calif.: 2,066

2. Yuma, Ariz.: 2,039

3. Yakima, Wash.: 1,889

4. Washington, Ark.: 1,201

5. Durham, N.C.: 1,028

6. Montgomery, Ala.: 973

7. Buena Vista, Iowa: 787

8. Cache, Utah: 747

9. Elkhart, Ind.: 747

10. Navajo, Ariz.: 724

Editor's note: This article was updated 2:22 p.m. CDT, June 15, to reflect the latest data on recent cases per resident by county. 

 

 

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