the states where community transmission is hig

Earlier this week, the CDC beneficial who and who mustn’t journey this Labor Day weekend. Talking at a White Home Covid-19 Response Crew Briefing, CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky mentioned (via CNN), “At the beginning, if you’re unvaccinated, we might advocate not touring.”

And there are two good causes for this. First, the unvaccinated are significantly susceptible to the delta variant, which is now dominant in the U.S. And the second purpose? Charges of community transmission of COVID-19 are skyrocketing. To see simply how dangerous it is, you merely want to take a look at this interactive CDC map that visualizes the stage of community transmission of COVID-19 by state and territory.

[Map: CDC]

The map showcases the newest knowledge obtainable as of September 2 – a day earlier than Labor Day weekend festivities kick into excessive gear. As the map exhibits by its crimson coloring, there is not a single state in the nation that is not at the highest designated stage of COVID-19 transmission. The “excessive” stage means there are over 100 new instances per 100,000 folks in the final seven days.

And a few states are nicely over that 100 new instances mark. For instance, Texas has over 392 new instances per each 100,000 folks. In Florida, it’s 648. Mississippi? Over 669. The typical in the U.S. is presently 323.1 instances per 100,000 folks.


Now it’s simple to see why the CDC is urging unvaccinated folks to not journey. To see how your particular state compares, head on over to the map and click on in your state.