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In early April, during NYC's worst coronavirus period, the equivalent of 1 in 114 New Yorkers was diagnosed with COVID-19. Although the testing landscape has changed since then, 536 U.S. counties -- shown in purple and red on this map -- now have case density rates higher than NYC's in early April. For those shown in red, their worst two-week average has come this summer. (from www.nationalgeographic.com/science/2020/07/how-new-coronavirus-surges-compare-new-york-city-peak-cvd/)
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