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California has the Most Aggressive Measures in Limiting Virus Exposure

March 25, 2020
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WalletHub compared the 50 states and the District of Columbia across 46 unique metrics in order to determine the states that are most and least aggressive in their efforts to limit exposure to coronavirus. Read on for the ranking and a complete description of our methodology.  According to WalletHub, California has the most aggressive measures in limiting virus exposure.  Note: Rankings are based on data available as of 2 p.m. EST on Monday March 23.

1. California

2. Rhode Island

3. Maryland

4. New Hampshire

5. New Jersey

6. Connecticut

7. New York

8. Maine

9. Colorado

10. Louisiana

11. Hawaii

12. Delaware

13. North Dakota

14. Alaska

15. Vermont

16. Wisconsin

17. Kentucky

18. Illinois

19. Utah

20. Minnesota

21. Washington

22. District of Columbia

23. Michigan

24. Ohio

25. Massachusetts

26. Iowa

27. Virginia

28. South Carolina

29. Pennsylvania

30. Indiana

31. West Virginia

32. Wyoming

33. Alabama

34. New Mexico

35. Kansas

36. Florida

37. Oregon

38. Arizona

39. Texas

40. North Carolina

41. Georgia

42. Missouri

43. South Dakota

44. Nebraska

45. Montana

46. Oklahoma

47. Arkansas

48. Idaho

49. Tennessee

50. Nevada

51. Mississippi