Covid dashboard: No new deaths as hospitalizations fall to 200

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No new deaths from coronavirus as of Sunday night, the Delaware Division of Public Health. (It was earlier incorrectly reported that one death had been recorded)

Hospitalizations have staged a dramatic decline, dropping from the high 200s to 200 on Sunday night. Hospitalizations hit Hospitalizations had soared toward the 475 around the holiday period.

The number of new cases was 245, down sharply from the average of 700 or more earlier in the year.

After being in the top 15 in the rate of deaths per 100,000 population, Delaware now ranks 28th, according to figures from Becker’s Hospital Review.

Below are rankings for death rates per 100,000 population from Becker’s.

  1. New Jersey: 253 per 100,000 people
  2. New York: 234
  3. Massachusetts: 225
  4. Mississippi: 217
  5. Rhode Island: 216
  6. South Dakota: 208
  7. Connecticut: 207
  8. Arizona: 206
  9. Louisiana: 200
  10. North Dakota: 192
  11. Alabama: 188
  12. Indiana: 181 (tie)
  13. Pennsylvania: 181 (tie)
  14. Illinois: 175
  15. Arkansas: 174
  16. New Mexico: 168
  17. Iowa: 166
  18. Michigan: 161
  19. Tennessee: 159
  20. South Carolina: 155
  21. Nevada: 153
  22. Kansas: 150
  23. Georgia: 145
  24. Texas: 143
  25. Ohio: 140
  26. District of Columbia: 139
  27. Florida: 134
  28. Delaware: 132
  29. Missouri: 128
  30. Maryland: 125
  31. Montana: 124
  32. West Virginia: 123
  33. California: 119
  34. Wisconsin: 116
  35. Minnesota: 114
  36. Wyoming: 112
  37. Nebraska: 110
  38. Colorado: 103
  39. Oklahoma: 102
  40. Idaho: 101
  41. North Carolina: 100 (Tie
  42. Kentucky: 100 (Tie)
  43. New Hampshire: 83
  44. Virginia: 82
  45. Washington: 62
  46. Utah: 56
  47. Oregon: 51
  48. Maine: 48
  49. Alaska: 37
  50. Hawaii: 30
  51. Vermont: 30

Below is a dashboard with links to data via zip code. For more data, including breakdowns by age, sex, race/ethnicity, at the statewide, county, and, in some cases, zip code or census tract level, click here for the MyHealthyCommunity portal.

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