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Rural Death Rate from COVID-19 Falls by a Third

Source
The Daily Yonder
Date
Feb 23, 2021
Summary
Analyzes new COVID-19 infection and death rates between February 14-20, 2021 and finds that the number of COVID-related deaths in rural America dropped by a third, the most significant decline in the rural death rate in more than a month. Additionally, the rate of new infections last week fell by about 30 percent in both metropolitan and rural counties.
Tagged as
Infectious diseases · Mortality · Rural-urban differences · Statistics and data