REPORT: Analysis reveals intriguing data about states that reopened early

MAY 22, 2020

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States that have reopened their economies appear to be faring no worse in terms of coronavirus cases than those that have not, a new data analysis by the Washington Examiner shows.

All 50 states have either reopened at least parts of their economies or are in the process of doing so.

The article goes on to state the following:

In some states that have reopened very recently, it may be too soon to tell the effect on cases since the incubation period for the virus is widely believed to be two weeks. States that reopened their economies two weeks ago or earlier have seen, on average, a day-to-day decline in new cases of -0.4% based on data from the University of Maryland. In states that have not yet opened their economies or that opened them within the past two weeks, the trend of new cases is almost unchanged at 0.1%.

In some states there were no new tests conducted for entire days. None were performed in Utah on Tuesday, and on Wednesday, none were perfomred in Kentucky, Pennsylvania, or Vermont.

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