DENVER (KDVR) – Colorado ranks as the 33rd safest state for COVID-19 in a WalletHub study released on Thursday.
WalletHub looked at five key metrics to determine the rankings: vaccination rate for the eligible population, positive testing rate, hospitalizations rate, death rate and transmission rate.
The United States has 43% of the population fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as of June 9, according to WalletHub.
Here’s the top ten safest states and the ten least safe states (as ranked by WalletHub):
|1. Vermont||42. Indiana|
|2. Massachusetts||43. Wisconsin|
|3. California||44. Kentucky|
|4. Hawaii||45. Alabama|
|5. Connecticut||46. Missouri|
|6. New Hampshire||47. Wyoming|
|7. Alaska||48. Florida|
|8. Rhode Island||49. Georgia|
|9. District of Columbia||50. West Virginia|
|10. New York||51. Montana|
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