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Is there a Hawaii heterogeneity?

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Is there a Hawaii heterogeneity?

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Is there a Hawaii heterogeneity? 2

Via Michael A. Alcorn, the vertical axis refers to new cases, here is the underlying code.  Or if you care about text:

Hawaii Department of Health officials said today that the state’s tally of coronavirus cases has risen to 553, up 12 from Thursday.

Of all the confirmed cases in Hawaii since the start of the outbreak, 48 have required hospitalizations, with three new cases reported today, health officials said.

The state’s coronavirus death toll stands at nine, unchanged from Thursday. Six of the deaths were on Oahu, while three were in Maui.

The population of Hawaii is about 1.4 million.  Three days ago, Hawaii was the lowest infection rate in the United States, but of course more and better are needed.  We’ll see, with the passage of time, if this remains a true heterogeneity.  But do note this:

It is also noteworthy that Hawaii tests for coronavirus at a considerably higher rate than most states. According to data compiled by Vox, Hawaii continues to rank among the top 10 states for testing per capita, which suggests Hawaii’s infection rate may be more accurate than rates reported by some other states.

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