States with the most, least aggressive efforts to combat coronavirus

Rhode Island is the most aggressive state in its efforts to limit exposure to the novel coronavirus, and Wyoming is the least aggressive, according to an analysis by personal finance website WalletHub.

To identify the most and least aggressive states against the coronavirus, WalletHub analysts compared the 50 U.S. states and the District of Columbia on 35 metrics falling into one of the following three categories: prevention and containment; risk factors and infrastructure; and economic impact. Access additional information about the metrics here

The 10 places most aggressively fighting the coronavirus, according to WalletHub:

1. Rhode Island

2. Connecticut

3. Maryland

4. New York

5. Washington

6. Massachusetts

7. New Jersey

8. Minnesota

9. Vermont

10. Washington, D.C.

The 10 places least aggressively fighting the coronavirus, according to WalletHub:

1. Wyoming

2. Mississippi

3. Texas

4. Nevada

5. Oklahoma

6. Missouri 

7. Hawaii

8. Kansas

9. Tennessee

10. Indiana


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