15 cities with the most new COVID-19 cases, deaths

Nationwide, new cases and deaths from COVID-19 are starting the flatten, according to an analysis from The New York Times.

The analysis is based on county-level data compiled by NYT and will feature regularly updated charts on past, current and future trajectory in the U.S.

Here are the top 15 metro areas with the most new cases and deaths relative to their population in the past two weeks, as listed by NYT on April 27 at 9:10 a.m. CDT:

15 cities with the most new cases:

1. Marion, Ohio — 2,125 cases 
(32.56 per 1,000 population)

2. Grand Island, Neb. — 772 cases
(9.07 per 1,000 population)

3. Pine Bluff, Ark. — 776 cases
(8.67 per 1,000 population)

4. Gallup, N.M. — 576 cases
(7.97 per 1,000 population)

5. New York City area — 134,906 cases 
(6.75per 1,000 population)

6. Sioux Falls, S.D. — 1,421 cases
(5.35 per 1,000 population)

7. Fairfield County, Conn. — 4,995 cases
(5.29 per 1,000 population)

8. Sioux City, Iowa — 878 cases
(5.19 per 1,000 population)

9. Trenton-Princeton, N.J. — 1,788 cases
(4.83 per 1,000 population)

10. Boston — 22,948 cases
(4.71 per 1,000 population)

11. Goldsboro, N.C. — 561 cases
(4.55 per 1,000 population)

12. New Haven, Conn. — 3,769 cases
(4.39 per 1,000 population)

13. Waterloo-Cedar Falls, Iowa — 713 cases
(4.20 per 1,000 population)

14. Salisbury, Md. — 1,605 cases
(3.91 per 1,000 population)

15. Providence, R.I. — 6,250 cases 
(3.85 per 1,000 population)

 

15 cities with the most new deaths:

1. New York City area — 10,467 deaths 
(0.52 per 1,000 population)

2. Fairfield County, Conn. — 459 deaths
(0.49 per 1,000 population)

3. Hartford, Conn. — 529 deaths
(0.44 per 1,000 population)

4. Springfield, Mass. — 241 deaths
(0.38 per 1,000 population)

5. Trenton-Princeton, N.J. — 138 deaths
(0.37 per 1,000 population)

6. New Haven, Conn. — 310 deaths
(0.36 per 1,000 population)

7. Detroit —1,510 deaths 
(0.35 per 1,000 population)

8. New Orleans — 437 deaths
(0.34 per 1,000 population)

9. Albany, Ga. — 51 deaths
(0.33 per 1,000 population)

10. Boston — 1,625 deaths
(0.33 per 1,000 population)

11. Torrington, Conn. — 50 deaths
(0.28 per 1,000 population)

12. Farmington, N.M. — 33 deaths
(0.26 per 1,000 population)

13. Opelousas, La. — 21 deaths
(0.25 per 1,000 population)

14. Bartlesville, Okla. — 13 deaths
(0.25 per 1,000 population)

15. Grand Island, Neb. — 21 deaths
(0.25 per 1,000 population)

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