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Counties in every state where COVID-19 cases are growing fastest

  • South Dakota

    #1. Charles Mix County
    - Average growth over two weeks: 58.14%
    - Cases per 10,000 people:
    --- June 14th: 25.07
    --- June 21st: 43.11
    --- June 28th: 62.22
    - Totals: 70 cases, 0 deaths
    #2. Brookings County
    - Average growth over two weeks: 46.86%
    - Cases per 10,000 people:
    --- June 14th: 7.72
    --- June 21st: 12.73
    --- June 28th: 16.4
    - Totals: 61 cases, 0 deaths
    #3. Hughes County
    - Average growth over two weeks: 40.21%
    - Cases per 10,000 people:
    --- June 14th: 11.92
    --- June 21st: 15.33
    --- June 28th: 23.27
    - Totals: 51 cases, 0 deaths

    [Pictured: Brookings County.]

  • Tennessee

    #1. Sevier County
    - Average growth over two weeks: 64.48%
    - Cases per 10,000 people:
    --- June 14th: 19.54
    --- June 21st: 35.46
    --- June 28th: 52.3
    - Totals: 549 cases, 3 deaths
    #2. Hardin County
    - Average growth over two weeks: 61.39%
    - Cases per 10,000 people:
    --- June 14th: 11.86
    --- June 21st: 18.18
    --- June 28th: 30.82
    - Totals: 89 cases, 5 deaths
    #3. Dyer County
    - Average growth over two weeks: 53.61%
    - Cases per 10,000 people:
    --- June 14th: 20.53
    --- June 21st: 33.72
    --- June 28th: 48.21
    - Totals: 192 cases, 0 deaths

    [Pictured: Sevier County.]

  • Texas

    #1. Anderson County
    - Average growth over two weeks: 419.75%
    - Cases per 10,000 people:
    --- June 14th: 16.32
    --- June 21st: 150.68
    --- June 28th: 175.09
    - Totals: 1,016 cases, 2 deaths
    #2. Lavaca County
    - Average growth over two weeks: 128.89%
    - Cases per 10,000 people:
    --- June 14th: 10.32
    --- June 21st: 20.35
    --- June 28th: 53.01
    - Totals: 123 cases, 1 death
    #3. Starr County
    - Average growth over two weeks: 126.21%
    - Cases per 10,000 people:
    --- June 14th: 12.07
    --- June 21st: 28.4
    --- June 28th: 61.69
    - Totals: 496 cases, 3 deaths

    [Pictured: Starr County.]

  • Utah

    #1. Weber County
    - Average growth over two weeks: 38.45%
    - Cases per 10,000 people:
    --- June 14th: 16.12
    --- June 21st: 23.06
    --- June 28th: 30.87
    - Totals: 875 cases, 11 death
    #2. Box Elder County
    - Average growth over two weeks: 34.08%
    - Cases per 10,000 people:
    --- June 14th: 12.78
    --- June 21st: 17.3
    --- June 28th: 22.96
    - Totals: 138 cases, 1 death
    #3. Washington County
    - Average growth over two weeks: 32.42%
    - Cases per 10,000 people:
    --- June 14th: 34.58
    --- June 21st: 45.27
    --- June 28th: 60.63
    - Totals: 1,063 cases, 0 deaths

    [Pictured: Weber County.]

  • Vermont

    #1. Rutland County
    - Average growth over two weeks: 9.61%
    - Cases per 10,000 people:
    --- June 14th: 9.71
    --- June 21st: 10.12
    --- June 28th: 11.64
    - Totals: 73 cases, 1 death
    #2. Windham County
    - Average growth over two weeks: 5.18%
    - Cases per 10,000 people:
    --- June 14th: 19.4
    --- June 21st: 19.96
    --- June 28th: 21.45
    - Totals: 94 cases, 3 deaths
    #3. Chittenden County
    - Average growth over two weeks: 3.98%
    - Cases per 10,000 people:
    --- June 14th: 34.09
    --- June 21st: 35.56
    --- June 28th: 36.86
    - Totals: 602 cases, 39 deaths

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    [Pictured: Chittenden County.]

  • Virginia

    #1. Brunswick County
    - Average growth over two weeks: 49.03%
    - Cases per 10,000 people:
    --- June 14th: 26.15
    --- June 21st: 43.03
    --- June 28th: 57.43
    - Totals: 102 cases, 1 death
    #2. Nottoway County
    - Average growth over two weeks: 35.47%
    - Cases per 10,000 people:
    --- June 14th: 37.24
    --- June 21st: 47.56
    --- June 28th: 68.11
    - Totals: 109 cases, 2 deaths
    #3. Pittsylvania County
    - Average growth over two weeks: 30.27%
    - Cases per 10,000 people:
    --- June 14th: 9.22
    --- June 21st: 12.32
    --- June 28th: 15.63
    - Totals: 108 cases, 1 death

    [Pictured: Brunswick County.]

  • Washington

    #1. Grant County
    - Average growth over two weeks: 30.76%
    - Cases per 10,000 people:
    --- June 14th: 32.15
    --- June 21st: 41.14
    --- June 28th: 54.95
    - Totals: 577 cases, 5 deaths
    #2. Cowlitz County
    - Average growth over two weeks: 27.46%
    - Cases per 10,000 people:
    --- June 14th: 9.3
    --- June 21st: 11.99
    --- June 28th: 15.1
    - Totals: 170 cases, 0 deaths
    #3. Franklin County
    - Average growth over two weeks: 25.92%
    - Cases per 10,000 people:
    --- June 14th: 110.11
    --- June 21st: 132.85
    --- June 28th: 174.29
    - Totals: 1,715 cases, 32 deaths

    [Pictured: Cowlitz County.]

  • West Virginia

    #1. Preston County
    - Average growth over two weeks: 70.02%
    - Cases per 10,000 people:
    --- June 14th: 7.09
    --- June 21st: 11.36
    --- June 28th: 20.43
    - Totals: 75 cases, 2 deaths
    #2. Raleigh County
    - Average growth over two weeks: 41.82%
    - Cases per 10,000 people:
    --- June 14th: 2.72
    --- June 21st: 3.67
    --- June 28th: 5.45
    - Totals: 51 cases, 0 deaths
    #3. Ohio County
    - Average growth over two weeks: 22.28%
    - Cases per 10,000 people:
    --- June 14th: 12.36
    --- June 21st: 14.77
    --- June 28th: 18.47
    - Totals: 87 cases, 1 death

    [Pictured: Ohio County.]

  • Wisconsin

    #1. La Crosse County
    - Average growth over two weeks: 92.36%
    - Cases per 10,000 people:
    --- June 14th: 7.86
    --- June 21st: 15.37
    --- June 28th: 29.06
    - Totals: 403 cases, 0 deaths
    #2. Monroe County
    - Average growth over two weeks: 47.85%
    - Cases per 10,000 people:
    --- June 14th: 5.59
    --- June 21st: 8.7
    --- June 28th: 12.18
    - Totals: 61 cases, 1 death
    #3. Trempealeau County
    - Average growth over two weeks: 46.47%
    - Cases per 10,000 people:
    --- June 14th: 16.5
    --- June 21st: 27.56
    --- June 28th: 34.7
    - Totals: 112 cases, 0 deaths

    [Pictured: La Crosse County.]

  • Wyoming

    #1. Uinta County
    - Average growth over two weeks: 81.47%
    - Cases per 10,000 people:
    --- June 14th: 24.82
    --- June 21st: 55.11
    --- June 28th: 77.64
    - Totals: 168 cases, 0 deaths
    #2. Sweetwater County
    - Average growth over two weeks: 39.99%
    - Cases per 10,000 people:
    --- June 14th: 8.29
    --- June 21st: 10.26
    --- June 28th: 16.03
    - Totals: 82 cases, 0 deaths
    #3. Campbell County
    - Average growth over two weeks: 17.02%
    - Cases per 10,000 people:
    --- June 14th: 8.11
    --- June 21st: 9.64
    --- June 28th: 11.11
    - Totals: 55 cases, 0 deaths

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    [Pictured: Uinta County.]

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