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States Are Trending Down

Among our values at Outlier, most important are the people we have in our lives, as we are parents and contributing members of the public like you. In addition to taking actions in our local community during the Coronavirus pandemic, we realize that the Outlier platform can bring you daily insights to understand the impact of the epidemic.

In today’s stories, analyzed with automated business analysis, we are reporting more findings based upon data shared by the Center for Systems Science and Engineering (CSSE) at Johns Hopkins University (JHU).

Here’s what we found out recently:

Drop story for North Carolina
Drop story for North Carolina

North Carolina is down for the number of confirmed cases. The state is 9% below expected and accounts for 3% of the newly confirmed cases in the US.

Root Cause Analysis for North Carolina
Root Cause Analysis for North Carolina

Mecklenburg, Wake and Gaston counties are contributing the most to this decline.

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Drop story for Tennessee

Near North Carolina, Tennessee is also 8% below expected with regard to their newly confirmed case count.

Drop story for Mississippi
Drop story for Mississippi

Still, in the Southeast, Mississippi is also 10% below expected in the number of newly reported cases.

Trend story for California
Trend story for California

Great news for California which is 16% below expected. The state still accounts for a large percentage of the newly confirmed cases in the United States at 12%. This downward trend started on July 26th.

Root Cause Analysis for California
Root Cause Analysis for California

Los Angeles County leads the Golden State trend with San Bernardino, Orange, San Joaquin and Ventura counties following.

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