Alaska Suddenly A Top 10 State For A Dubious Honor: Spread Of COVID-19 Per 100,000 People

After Exemplary Control Of The Virus This Spring, Alaska Joins The Club Of Heavy Hitters  What do North Dakota, South Dakota, Wisconsin, Mon...

After Exemplary Control Of The Virus This Spring, Alaska Joins The Club Of Heavy Hitters 

What do North Dakota, South Dakota, Wisconsin, Montana, Wyoming, Iowa, Alaska, Nebraska, Utah and Idaho all have in common? COVID-19.

They're all "Top Ten" states in the current runup to the highest number of new cases per 100,000 people. 
 
North Dakota is #1 with the most new cases per 100,000, and Alaska is #7. Vermont has the lowest rate of transmission per 100,000 residents. 
 
Anchorage has highest number of cases. (File Photo)
 
For quite a while, due to our remoteness and stringent mandates, Alaska was a relatively safe place. 


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