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Much has been discussed about the relationship between the weather and the spread of the Coronavirus, more specifically if the pandemic will slow down as the mercury rises. While there doesn't appear to be much scientific evidence that this could be the case, colder places have generally been worse affected by the pandemic. In this analysis, we take a look at how Coronavirus infections have trended in two colder states of the U.S. - New York and Michigan and contrast it with the relatively warmer Florida and California. To be sure, there are other factors that we have not accounted for this in the following analysis such as population density, the adoption of social distancing and public health interventions that impact the numbers between states.
* Daily Growth Rate of Total Cases calculated as the rate of growth from when a state crossed 5 cases per million to number of cases per million as of 4/6/2020.
Florida Department of Health, Division of Disease Control and Health ProtectionNY State Department of HealthMichigan COVID-19 SummaryCalifornia Department of Public Health