Where are COVID-19 Cases Decreasing? As anyone who's taken a cursory glance at the news knows, the COVID-19 Delta variant has caused COVID-19 cases to increase throughout the U.S. and many other destinations. Even countries that locked down hard, such as Australia and New Zealand, have seen more than twice as many new COVID-19 cases over the past 2 weeks, compared to the two weeks prior to that. So let's get to the good news: where are COVID-19 cases decreasing? Since this is a luxury travel site, we've focused on destinations where we actually send clients.
Zero New COVID-19 Cases
Fewer Than Half as Many New COVID-19 Cases
- Saint Kitts and Nevis
Fewer New COVID-19 Cases
- Canada (see Canada Reopens to Vaccinated Americans August 2021)
- Costa Rica
- Dominican Republic
- Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Virtually No Change in COVID-19 Cases
- Antigua and Barbuda
For U.S. readers wanting to remain in the U.S., Colorado is the only U.S. state to show a recent decrease in COVID-19 cases.
Here's the bad news: there are more COVID-19 cases in many other destinations.
More Than Double the Number of New COVID-19 Cases
- New Zealand
More New COVID-19 Cases
- Czech Republic
- South Africa
Going back to the U.S., the state of Florida had the most new cases over the past week, and now accounts for ~20 percent of all new COVID-19 cases. Texas, Missouri, and California are 2nd, 3rd and 4th respectively in terms of absolute numbers of new COVID-19 cases, with much of California's surge centered around Los Angeles.
Where are you planning to travel to, and are COVID-19 cases increasing or decreasing there?
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