States ranked by number of people tested for COVID-19

New York has tested the most people in the country for COVID-19, while Delaware has tested the least, according to data from the COVID Tracking Project.

The COVID Tracking Project collects novel coronavirus testing data from the 50 U.S. states and the District of Columbia.

Here are the states and D.C. ranked by number of people tested per the latest data available March 30:

1. New York: 172,360

2. California: 90,657

3. Washington: 65,462

4. Florida:48,998

5. Massachusetts: 39,066

6. New Jersey: 35,602

7. Pennsylvania: 33,455

8. Louisiana: 27,871

9. Illinois: 27,762

10. Texas: 25,760

11. Ohio: 20,665

12. Tennessee: 20,574

13. North Carolina: 19,072

14. Wisconsin: 17,662

15. Minnesota: 17,657

15. Michigan: 17,379

16. Maryland: 14,729

17. Colorado: 14,470

18. Missouri: 14,107

19. Utah: 13,993

20. Arizona: 13,872

21. Georgia: 12,596

22. Virginia: 12,038

23. Connecticut: 11,900

24. Indiana: 11,658

25. Oregon: 11,426

26. New Mexico: 11,179

27. Nevada: 10,534

28. Hawaii: 8,013

29. Kentucky: 6,018

30. New Hampshire: 5,396

31. Iowa: 5,349

32. Alabama: 5,014

33. Idaho: 4,706

34. Kansas: 4,513

35. Montana: 4,132

36. South Carolina: 3,789

37. North Dakota: 3,724

38. Vermont: 3,701

39. Alaska: 3,654

40. Maine: 3,647

41. Arkansas: 3,536

42. Mississippi: 3,318

43. South Dakota: 3,218

44. Rhode Island: 3,134

45. West Virginia: 3,108

46. District of Columbia: 3,085

47. Nebraska: 2,345

48. Wyoming: 1,641

49. Oklahoma: 1,634

50. Delaware: 268

Editor's note: The article was updated with the latest testing data available on March 30 at 4:00 p.m. Central Time.

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