June 8th, 2020 Update

Effect of State wide Stay-At-home Orders on Confirmed COVID-19 Cases Rate

Below is a map of the change in the rate of COVID-19 confirmed infections from before that state issued a stay-at-home order compared to after that state issued a stay-at-home order. A negative number means the rate of confirmed infections over time decreased and a positive number means the rate increased.


Below is a scatter plot of the confirmed cases of COVID-19 infection over time, by state. It may be easier to view a specific state by deselecting other states data. The dashed line represents the confirmed cases after that state implemented a state wide stay-at-home order. Double click on the state to show only that line or single click it to hide that line.


This is the timeline of when states issued Stay-at-home Orders to their residents.


Below is the data table calculating the rate of COVID-19 infection from before that state issued a stay-at-home order to after that state issued a stay-at-home order.