As coronavirus cases surge across the U.S., NPR discusses the metrics that identify which states, counties and cities are facing the biggest challenges now — and which could be future hotspots.

Coronavirus In The U.S.: Where The Hotspots Are Now And Where To Expect New Ones

By Nurith Aizenman NPR
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