Special Report

This is the City in Every State With the Most COVID-19 Cases

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Kansas: Wichita
COVID-19 cases as of Apr. 8 in Wichita: 67,979 (10,660.2 per 100,000)
COVID-19 cases as of Apr. 8 in Kansas: 303,227 (10,408.3 per 100,000)
Peak pandemic unemployment in Wichita: 18.2% (April 2020)
Wichita population: 637,690 (153.7 per sq. mi.)

These are all the counties in Kansas where COVID-19 is slowing (and where it’s still getting worse).

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Kentucky: Bowling Green
COVID-19 cases as of Apr. 8 in Bowling Green: 19,527 (11,190.4 per 100,000)
COVID-19 cases as of Apr. 8 in Kentucky: 429,841 (9,621.1 per 100,000)
Peak pandemic unemployment in Bowling Green: 18.8% (April 2020)
Bowling Green population: 174,498 (108.1 per sq. mi.)

These are all the counties in Kentucky where COVID-19 is slowing (and where it’s still getting worse).

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Louisiana: Monroe
COVID-19 cases as of Apr. 8 in Monroe: 23,025 (11,316.9 per 100,000)
COVID-19 cases as of Apr. 8 in Louisiana: 446,955 (9,614.4 per 100,000)
Peak pandemic unemployment in Monroe: 12.8% (April 2020)
Monroe population: 203,457 (89.1 per sq. mi.)

These are all the parishes in Louisiana where COVID-19 is slowing (and where it’s still getting worse).

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Maine: Lewiston-Auburn
COVID-19 cases as of Apr. 8 in Lewiston: 5,640 (5,241.5 per 100,000)
COVID-19 cases as of Apr. 8 in Maine: 52,679 (3,919.0 per 100,000)
Peak pandemic unemployment in Lewiston: 10.3% (July 2020)
Lewiston population: 107,602 (230.0 per sq. mi.)

These are all the counties in Maine where COVID-19 is slowing (and where it’s still getting worse).

Maryland: Cumberland, MD-WV
COVID-19 cases as of Apr. 8 in Cumberland: 9,239 (9,369.0 per 100,000)
COVID-19 cases as of Apr. 8 in Maryland: 419,055 (6,931.5 per 100,000)
Peak pandemic unemployment in Cumberland: 14.0% (April 2020)
Cumberland population: 98,612 (131.1 per sq. mi.)

These are all the counties in Maryland where COVID-19 is slowing (and where it’s still getting worse).