So within the United States the first State that is begging to be talked about is New Jersey. When it comes to achieving Covid death figures New Jersey has owned the rest of the United States. If New Jersey were an independent country it would have the highest date rate in the world. If all of the US States became independent then New Jersey would be first, New York second, Massachusetts third with tiny San Marino fourth.
It looks like to all intents and purposes this competition is over. It doesn't look to me like any State now is going to be able challenge New Jersey's position as the Covid King of America. New York its closest competition is actually falling further behind on the death rate not catching up.
The funny thing is in a way Lockdown liberals should be trumpeting New Jersey from the roof tops. the New jersey death rate is approaching 0.2%, that's not the Black Death, its not the 1918 flu, but its not nothing. At least on the surface this would suggest that at least in some places the Covid -19 intrusion was a significant and serious health event. How much was the virus and how much was the measures taken to combat the virus? What factors caused this in New jersey? Why New Jersey, why not any of the other 49 States or DC? Why are deaths in New jersey now so low? There are many many, questions we can ask.
Anyway I won't say more in this OP, and hopefully we can start a discussion about these vital and valuable data points.