Since Utah gives a mask mandate, these 13 states with GOP governors of the GOP can follow the COVID cases.

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Utah is the youngest state to issue a nationwide masking mandate, with COVID 19 cases spreading throughout the state at an “alarming rate,” Republican Gary Herbert announced Sunday.

Just over a dozen other states, each of which has a Republican governor, may be next in line to demand masks nationwide after a sharp rise in the average daily number of new cases in recent weeks.

While some local authorities in several states have issued mask ordinances at the local level, 13 states have yet to issue a nationwide mandate.

In the past two weeks, the average daily case number in most of these 13 states reached the highest level since the outbreak began, according to data from Johns Hopkins University (JHU).

In the following we take a closer look at these 13 states, each of which reported an increase in average daily case numbers over the last 14-day period according to JHU.

The daily case numbers listed below reflect a seven-day moving average of new daily infections reported between October 26 and November 8.

Florida
Day 1 (October 26): 3,790.43
Day 14 (November 8): 5.693,50
Highest daily number of cases in a 14-day period: 5,693.50 on November 8: 5,693.50
Lowest daily number of cases in a 14-day period: 3,756.57 on October 28

The average daily number of cases for Florida has risen sharply since the beginning of October, but has not yet reached the peak of mid-July, when it peaked on July 14 with 11,870 cases. According to the JHU, the number rose sharply from the end of May, after it had flattened out from the end of March.

Arizona
Day 1 (October 26): 1,082
Day 14 (November 8): 2.157,75
Highest daily case number in the 14-day period: 2,157.75 on November 8
Lowest daily number of cases in a 14-day period: 1,082 on October 26

The average number of new infections per day in Arizona has risen sharply since the end of September, after having declined dramatically since the beginning of July. The number peaked at 3,844 on July 3 and flattened out from late August to late September, according to the YWAM.

Georgia
Day 1 (October 26): 1,616.14
Day 14 (November 8): 1.656,50
Highest daily number of cases in a 14-day period: 1,697.80 on November 7
Lowest daily number of cases in a 14-day period: 1,495.14 on October 27

The average daily number of cases in Georgia has been rising strongly since the beginning of October. However, the number is still well below the peak recorded at the end of July, when it reached 3,747 cases on July 21. The average number flattened out from early April to early June, before rising sharply by the end of July according to the JHU.

Tennessee
Day 1 (October 26): 2,710.43
Day 14 (November 8): 3,012.25
Highest daily number of cases in a 14-day period: 3,099 on November 7
Lowest daily number of cases in a 14-day period: 1950.86 on November 5

The average daily case count in Tennessee reached a record high of 3,099 cases on November 7, the highest since the outbreak began. The number has risen sharply since the beginning of October, after declining since the end of July. From the end of March, the number remained flat, before increasing from early June to late July, according to the JHU.

Oklahoma
Day 1 (October 26): 1,101.43
Day 14 (November 8): 2,122
Highest daily number of cases in a 14-day period: 2,122 on November 8
Lowest daily number of cases in a 14-day period: 1,011 on October 28

The average number of cases in Oklahoma has risen sharply in the last two weeks, reaching 2,122 cases on November 8, the highest level since the outbreak began. According to the JHU, the number has been rising since the beginning of June after it flattened out at the end of March.

South Carolina
Day 1 (October 26): 1,015.14
Day 14 (November 8): 1.204,50
Highest daily number of cases in a period of 14 days: 1,204.50 on November 8: 1,204.50
Lowest daily number of cases in a 14-day period: 1,006.86 on November 2

The average daily case count in South Carolina has been increasing since the end of September, but has not yet reached the peak of July 14, when the number of 1,949 cases was reached. According to the JHU, the number remained unchanged from late March to late May, before rising dramatically until mid-July.

Missouri
Day 1 (October 26): 1,785.39
Day 14 (November 8): 4,154
Highest daily number of cases in a 14-day period: 4,154 on November 8
Lowest daily number of cases in a 14-day period: 1,785.39 on October 26

The average daily case count in Missouri also reached 4,154 cases on November 8, the highest level since the outbreak began. This

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