States with >10% increase in deaths in last 3 weeks

Dyr/100k is recent 7 days death count annualized. Compare to D/100K in 2017 table.

State Vac% V65% Dyr/100k cur 7dD 3wk min +/-% Dflgs
Oklahoma 50% 82% 1394 1,058 208 408.7% PPEE
Wyoming 44% 79% 396 44 38 15.8% EHEE
Montana 50% 82% 376 77 55 40.0% EEEE
Alaska 52% 82% 303 43 17 152.9% EHAA
North Dakota 46% 78% 267 39 16 143.8% EEAA
Pennsylvania 60% 90% 183 450 366 23.0% AEAA
Michigan 53% 84% 177 339 235 44.3% AAAA
South Dakota 52% 88% 171 29 13 123.1% AAAA
Delaware 60% 89% 161 30 26 15.4% AAAA
Virginia 63% 87% 158 259 199 30.2% AHAA
Iowa 55% 89% 155 94 79 19.0% AAAA
Colorado 61% 86% 153 169 127 33.1% AAAA
New Mexico 66% 92% 149 60 46 30.4% AAAA
Kansas 53% 86% 134 75 31 141.9% AAAA
California 61% 82% 126 957 621 54.1% HAAA
Wisconsin 58% 92% 120 134 96 39.6% AAAA
Minnesota 60% 91% 114 123 102 20.6% AAAA
Maine 70% 94% 105 27 11 145.5% HAA.
Massachusetts 69% 90% 68 90 78 15.4% AAAA
Rhode Island 70% 95% 64 13 0 1200.0% A.AA
New Hampshire 63% 89% 61 16 13 23.1% AA..
-fyi- US: 57% 85% 162 10,352 11,240 -7.9% AAAA

1. Include states only if 7 day death count is > 1 per day and annualized death rate is more than nominal accident rate, i.e. > 52

2. Dflgs last 4 weeks, most recent is first
Legend: see About>About>Terminology and Legends
H or J - High death rate per cases; P - very high death rate in population; E - elevated death rate; A - death rate above accident; . - death rate below accident

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