The state of Maine is suffering through an explosion of COVID-19 cases, now that the delta-variant has arrived. It’s especially a pity because we were doing so well when July began, with only about 20 cases per day per million population — but now we’re up to nearly 120. It’s putting a real strain on the health care system.
As bad as it is in Maine, it’s worse in every other state in the U.S.
The worst, by far, are Mississippi, Louisiana, and Florida, with over 1,000 new cases per day per million population:
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