Colorado Scores ‘A’ on COVID-19 Social Distancing Scoreboard
Every health organization is stating that social distancing is one of the most effective ways to slow the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19). Unacast put together a map showing the "grades" of each state's social distancing, and Colorado got an "A."
As a whole, the United States receives a "B" rating.
That puts Colorado near the top of the scoreboard with states like the District of Columbia, Alaska, Nevada, New Jersey, and Rhode Island. These are the top five states in the US.
According to unacast, the bottom five states, Oregon (C), New Mexica (C), Idaho (D), Montana (D), and Wyoming (F) all received below average or failing grades.
The website also gave grades to individual counties. The top counties in the state receiving an "A" are San Juan, San Miguel, Hinsdale, Lake, and Summit.
The bottom counties, all receiving an "F" are Washington, Kit Carson, Powers, Lincoln, and Baca.
These grades are changing in real-time. At the time of this writing, Mesa County received a "D".