Rhode Island’s 122.6 rate edges out The Republic of Georgia with 116.4, Serbia 104.4, and Indiana with 102.6.
Rhode Island and Indiana are the only two US states with infection rates higher than 100 per 100,000. No other New England state makes the Top 10.
Connecticut comes in at 22nd with a rate of 74.3, Massachusetts is 28th with a rate of 68.8, New Hampshire is 37th with a rate of 50.7, Maine comes in 50th with a rate of 21.4, and Vermont 51st with a rate of 20.8.
Deaths per capita for these 2 states are rising sharply and similar/worse compared with the 2 Eastern European countries pic.twitter.com/Tq94povhgn