Florida, North Carolina, Ohio and Texas have the highest rate of coronaviruses in the country, according to new analysis from Next Big Futures.
The findings highlight how much of the nation is at risk, and which counties are seeing the highest rates of the virus.
The analysis also shows how many people are living with the virus, and how that compares to people who are healthy.
Here are the top 10 counties with the highest coronaviral cases: Florida: 2,638,096 Ohio: 1,723,065 North Carolina: 1 of 2 Pennsylvania: 1 California: 1 Illinois: 1 West Virginia: 1 North Dakota: 1 Florida has the highest population density, with 1,058 people per square mile, and the highest number of coronovirus cases per 100,000 residents.
The number of people living with coronavillosis has been growing rapidly in recent years.
The rate of cases in the state of Florida has tripled in the past five years, according the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
In Ohio, where coronavills have increased dramatically since 2014, the rate of deaths has quadrupled, and Ohio’s rate of people with coronvirus disease has increased by nearly a third.
The state of Ohio has the largest population in the United States with more than 7.6 million people, according Next Big Trends.
Florida has also been hit hard by the coronavivirus pandemic, with an estimated 2,838,906 people being infected with the disease.
More than 4,000 people have died of coronviral disease in Florida since the pandemic began in late 2014.
Ohio is second in the nation in the number of deaths per 100 residents, with a rate of 1,874.
Ohio has also seen a significant spike in the rate at which coronavids are becoming more common.
In the first three months of 2017, coronavilla cases increased from 1,097 to 1,213 per 100 people, and deaths from the disease jumped by more than 60 percent, according data from the Ohio Department of Health and Human Services.
In 2017, Ohio recorded a total of 865,921 coronavid cases.
In 2018, coronvilla cases are projected to increase by another 25 percent.
According to Next Big Data, the U.S. population will increase by nearly 6.7 million people between 2017 and 2022.
The U.K., the United Kingdom and Spain are all forecast to have more than 6.2 million people in the U, while Canada will have around 6.1 million.
In other words, the population of the U., U.N. and World Health Organization (WHO) countries will increase dramatically by 2029.