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Table 3 Comparison of physical distancing intensity and cumulative incidence, by jurisdiction

From: Comparing COVID-19 physical distancing policies: results from a physical distancing intensity coding framework for Botswana, India, Jamaica, Mozambique, Namibia, Ukraine, and the United States

Jurisdiction Population (millions) Date of First Mandate Cumulative Incidence as of First Mandate Date of Peak Policy Intensity Cumulative Incidence as of Peak Policy Intensity2 Cumulative Incidence on Date of Peak Policy Intensity (per 100,000 population)3
California1 39.5 Mar 11 178 Mar 24 2.5k 6.4
Colorado 5.7 Mar 12 49 Mar 27 1.7k 30.1
Florida 21.4 Mar 14 76 Apr 3 10.3k 47.8
Georgia 10.6 Mar 18 197 April 3 5.8k 54.9
Illinois 12.6 Mar 11 25 Mar 26 2.5k 20.0
Louisiana 4.6 Mar 12 19 Apr 9 18.3k 393.2
Massachusetts 6.8 Mar 13 222 Mar 24 3.6k 52.4
New Jersey 8.8 Mar 13 49 Apr 1 22.3k 250.5
New York 19.4 Mar 11 216 Mar 27 44.7k 229.7
Pennsylvania 12.8 Mar 16 79 Apr 10 20.1k 157.1
Texas 28.9 Mar 13 44 Apr 13 14.3k 49.4
Washington 7.6 Mar 10 167 Apr 15 10.9k 143.6
Botswana 2.2 Mar 16 0 Apr 2 4 0.17
India 1,324.1 Mar 16 119 Apr 15 12.3k 0.93
Jamaica 2.8 Mar 25 26 Apr 8 63 2.18
Mozambique 28.8 Mar 15 0 Apr 13 21 0.07
Namibia 2.4 Mar 28 8 Apr 21 16 0.64
Ukraine 44.4 Mar 12 1 Apr 6 1.3k 2.9
  1. 1 U.S. state population estimates as of July 1, 2019 (U.S. Census Bureau)[17]
  2. 2 k indicates increments of 1,000 cumulative incidence
  3. 3 Cumulative Incidence on Date of Peak Policy Intensity (per 100,000 population) calculated as: [cumulative cases as of date of peak policy intensity / population]*100,000