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As the U.S. works to slow the spread of the coronavirus, states have taken various measures to protect their citizens.
Of course, some states — and even cities — have acted more aggressively than others.
On March 24, WalletHub published a report that ranked all 50 states and Washington, D.C., on their efforts to limit exposure to the coronavirus.
California made it to the top of the list, while Mississippi was at the bottom.
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For its ranking, WalletHub looked at 46 metrics within three categories: “Prevention & Containment,” “Risk Factors & Infrastructure” and “Economic Impact.”