Given that as of today, January 10, Nine out of Thirteen provinces and territories in Canada have LOWER CASE COUNTS than 43 of the states, perhaps this risk level should be compared to the risk in various states…
As of Jan 9,
The HIGHEST province/territory, Northwest Territories is #8 on the list. Perhaps the CDC should be issuing travel warnings for those states that are higher than this; Rhode Island, New York, New Jersey, DC, Massachusetts, Florida and Vermont. And perhaps add the states to the "High Risk category that have higher case counts than the 2nd highest Canadian province. These would be Delaware, Hawaii, Connecticut, Illinois, Louisiana, West Virginia, Texas, Maryland, Kansas, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Mississipi, Missouri, South Carolina, Alabama, Utah, Kentucky, California, Arkansas, North Carolina, Indiana, Virginia. ALL of these have higher case counts than Ontario, Quebec, BC, Alberta, Saskatchewan, New Brunswick, Yukon, Nova Scotia, PEI and Newfoundland.
Thanks in advance, CDC.