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Study: Indiana near bottom of “safest states” during pandemic

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A nationwide study on the “safest states” during the COVID-19 pandemic puts Indiana in the bottom ten.

With healthcare experts saying vaccination is essential to getting the economy back on track, Indiana’s ranking of 45th in the US when it comes to its resident vaccination rate is a big reason the state came in 42nd on WalletHub’s study of the 50 U.S. states plus Washington D.C.

Source: WalletHub

The study also looked at death rates – where Indiana came in 40th – and positive testing rates, where the Hoosier state was listed at 41st. Ohio was ranked 47th. Connecticut came in at #1.

Find the full study here.

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3 comments

Charles U Farley October 15, 2021 at 11:04 am

“With healthcare experts saying vaccination is essential to getting the economy back on track”

Healthcare “experts” are parroting a line, and the people running the economy are economically illiterate. This study is as worthless as Joe Biden’s campaign promises.

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Jim woods October 15, 2021 at 5:43 pm

Fact!

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Chris moon October 16, 2021 at 9:34 am

All the numbers have always been BS!!! Wake up people something is very wrong with this poison JAB. They said this and that all lies, it will never end until they get there depopulation of only 500 million on earth “Georgia Guidstones” look it up

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