In order to determine how aggressive the states have been in taking measures to limit virus exposure, WalletHub compared the 50 states and the District of Columbia across three dimensions, evaluating them using 35 relevant metrics. The three dimensions:

-- Prevention and containment – 60 points

-- Risk factors and infrastructure – 20 points

-- Economic impact – 20 points

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12. Ohio

Prevention & containment: 11 | Risk factors & infrastructure: 34 | Economic impact: 23

11. New Hampshire

Prevention & containment: 12 | Risk factors & infrastructure: 5 | Economic impact: 25
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10. District of Columbia

Prevention & containment: 8 | Risk factors & infrastructure: 33 | Economic impact: 26

9. Vermont

Prevention & containment: 7 | Risk factors & infrastructure: 7 | Economic impact: 44
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8. Minnesota

Prevention & containment: 17 | Risk factors & infrastructure: 1 | Economic impact: 4

7. New Jersey

Prevention & containment: 6 | Risk factors & infrastructure: 28 | Economic impact: 24
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6. Massachusetts

Prevention & containment: 9 | Risk factors & infrastructure: 10 | Economic impact: 3

5. Washington

Prevention & containment: 5 | Risk factors & infrastructure: 9 | Economic impact: 14
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4. New York

Prevention & containment: 4 | Risk factors & infrastructure: 40 | Economic impact: 5

3. Maryland

Prevention & containment: 3 | Risk factors & infrastructure: 18 | Economic impact: 2
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2. Connecticut

Prevention & containment: 2 | Risk factors & infrastructure: 8 | Economic impact: 18

1. Rhode Island

Prevention & containment: 1 | Risk factors & infrastructure: 22 | Economic impact: 43
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As coronavirus rampages across America, some states have been much more aggressive than others in addressing the crisis, according to a report from WalletHub, a personal finance website.

In order to determine how aggressive the states have been in taking measures to limit virus exposure, WalletHub compared the 50 states and the District of Columbia across three dimensions, evaluating them using 35 relevant metrics, each graded on a 100-point scale, with a score of 100 representing the highest value.

The three dimensions:

  • Prevention and containment – 60 points
  • Risk factors and infrastructure – 20 points
  • Economic impact – 20 points

— The full U.S. rankings: In Coronavirus Fight, Ranking the Most and Least Aggressive States