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Updated: States with the Most Improved Health During COVID-19 

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With states’ reopening progress being delayed due to spikes in COVID-19, WalletHub released updated rankings for the States with the Biggest Health Improvements During COVID-19.

In order to determine where Americans’ health is recovering or worsening the most from the COVID-19 pandemic, and thus where reopening efforts can accelerate, WalletHub compared the 50 states and the District of Columbia across 13 key metrics. Those include the COVID-19 death rate, hospitalization rate and the rate at which people test positive. This report focuses on the latest developments in each state rather than which states have been hit the hardest throughout the pandemic.

North Carolina ranked #36 overall. 

Highest-Ranked

Lowest-Ranked

1. New York

42. Louisiana

2. Wyoming

43. Georgia

3. Maine

44. Arkansas

4. Connecticut

45. South Carolina

5. Hawaii

46. Texas

6. New Hampshire  

47. Nevada

7. New Jersey

48. Alabama

8. Rhode Island

49. Idaho

9. Michigan

50. Florida

10. Vermont

51. Mississippi


To view the full report and your state’s rank, please visit:

https://wallethub.com/edu/states-health-covid/75222/

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