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When the coronavirus epidemic reaches a peak in every state

In each state, the COVID-19 pandemic develops differently, so it is not surprising that peak deaths from coronavirus are expected at different times in each of the 50 regions. Writes about this Reader's Digest.

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There is no national federal isolation order, which means that each state fights a different pandemic for the new coronavirus disease. Predictions about when each state will have the highest number of COVID deaths and when the resources of each state’s hospitals will be most stressed are based on data collected by the Institute for Health Measures and Indicators (IHME). In the United States, a peak in resource utilization is expected on April 11th.

Alabama

  • Peak use of resources: April 20
  • Peak Mortality: April 22

Alaska

  • Peak use of resources: April 17
  • Peak Mortality: April 21

Arizona

  • Peak use of resources: April 22
  • Peak Mortality: April 23

Arkansas

  • Peak use of resources: April 25
  • Peak Mortality: April 27

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California

  • Peak use of resources: April 13
  • Peak Mortality: April 15

Colorado

  • Peak use of resources: April 8
  • Peak Mortality: April 7

Connecticut

  • Peak use of resources: April 21
  • Peak Mortality: April 22

Delaware

  • Peak use of resources: April 9
  • Peak Mortality: March 31

Florida

  • Peak use of resources: April 21
  • Peak Mortality: April 23

Georgia

  • Peak use of resources: April 20
  • Peak Mortality: April 21

Hawaii

  • Peak use of resources: April 12
  • Peak Mortality: April 12

Idaho

  • Peak use of resources: April 14
  • Peak Mortality: April 16

Illinois

  • Peak use of resources: April 11
  • Peak Mortality: April 12

Indiana

  • Peak use of resources: April 14
  • Peak Mortality: April 16

Iowa

  • Peak use of resources: April 27
  • Peak Mortality: April 26

Kansas

  • Peak use of resources: April 20
  • Peak Mortality: April 23

Kentucky

  • Peak use of resources: April 21
  • Peak Mortality: April 24

Louisiana

  • Peak use of resources: April 4
  • Peak Mortality: April 7

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Maine

  • Peak use of resources: April 17
  • Peak Mortality: April 19

Maryland

  • Peak use of resources: April 17
  • Peak Mortality: April 17

Massachusetts

  • Peak use of resources: April 20
  • Peak Mortality: April 18

Michigan

  • Peak use of resources: April 7
  • Peak Mortality: April 9

Minnesota

  • Peak use of resources: April 23
  • Peak Mortality: April 26

Mississippi

  • Peak use of resources: April 16
  • Peak Mortality: April 19

Missouri

  • Peak use of resources: April 21
  • Peak Mortality: April 22

Montana

  • Peak use of resources: April 20
  • Peak Mortality: April 21

Nebraska

  • Peak use of resources: April 26
  • Peak Mortality: April 25

Nevada

  • Peak use of resources: April 17
  • Peak Mortality: April 19

NH

  • Peak use of resources: April 16
  • Peak Mortality: April 16

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New Jersey

  • Peak use of resources: April 11
  • Peak Mortality: April 12

New Mexico

  • Peak use of resources: April 21
  • Peak Mortality: April 22

New York

  • Peak use of resources: April 8
  • Peak Mortality: April 9

North Carolina

  • Peak use of resources: April 15
  • Peak Mortality: April 15

North Dakota

  • Peak use of resources: April 21
  • Peak Mortality: April 20

Ohio

  • Peak use of resources: April 8
  • Peak Mortality: April 12

Oklahoma

  • Peak use of resources: April 23
  • Peak Mortality: April 24

Oregon

  • Peak use of resources: April 22
  • Peak Mortality: April 24
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