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Virus update: These maps show you where and how fast COVID-19 spread this week
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Virus update: These maps show you where and how fast COVID-19 spread this week

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See for yourself how and where COVID-19 coronavirus is spreading in our state, nation and across the world. 

First, some updates. Coronavirus infections in the Dakotas are growing faster than anywhere else in the nation. North Dakota and South Dakota lead the country in new cases per capita over the last two weeks, ranking first and second respectively, according to Johns Hopkins University researchers.

Elsewhere, doctors worry about a coronavirus-and-flu "twin-demic" that could overwhelm the health care system. And CNN's Zachary B. Wolf takes a look back six months, when the virus had barely registered with us as we went to work and school as usual. 

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