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14 States Where Coronavirus Cases Might Flare Up Next

Originally published by Business Insider

April 1, 2020 | Business Insider | Dataminr has released a study demonstrating that growth in clusters of eyewitness public social media posts on COVID-19 can be a leading indicator of virus outbreak hotspots 7-15 days prior to exponential growth in COVID-19 official case count. These "clusters," identified by Dataminr's AI, consist of posts from people indicating they tested positive for the virus, are experiencing symptoms, have been exposed but not tested, of have firsthand accounts of confirmed cases from acquaintances.

The study also indicates 14 states where firsthand social-media accounts have spiked, but—as of April 1—recorded case counts have not yet seen exponential growth: Alabama, Arizona, Indiana, Kentucky, Maryland, Minnesota, Missouri, Nevada, North Carolina, Ohio, South Carolina, Tennessee, Utah, and Virginia.

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