I’m very puzzled by Rhode Island. This is ranked #5 on the scale of COVID fatalities per million people. Recently it has advanced significantly up the league tables – and as the chart shows – the pace of fatalities continues to grow – even though new cases don’t seem to be growing as rapidly.
If anyone has any insights to share on this – please let me know.
Rhode Island is a small state with a population of just over 1 million – but that’s significant enough – and equivalent to many cities in the US.