Which states will flatten the curve for the Coronavirus?

On March 19, 2020, K.K. Rebecca Lai and Keith Collins from the New York Times published an interactive article entitled Which Country Has Flattened the Curve for the Coronavirus? The following visualizations use their plot design to answer the same question for states within the US.
Data provided by the New York Times at https://github.com/nytimes/covid-19-data
See their related tracker Coronavirus in the U.S.: Latest Map and Case Count
Code available at https://github.com/kechambers/mn_covid

Data updated 2020-08-11

Chosen State

This chart shows the trajectory for the chosen state. Each blue bar is the number of new reports each day of either known cases or deaths, depending on your selection. The red line is the seven-day moving average.


Comparing States

Here are the trajectories for all states. Scales are adjusted in each state to make the curve more readable. The states are sorted from the highest to the lowest most recent 7-day average.


Entire United States

And the same information looking at the United States as a whole.


Death-to-Case Percentage

The number of deaths assigned to COVID-19 for the given time interval divided by the number of cases reported during the same time interval converted to a percentage. The states are sorted from highest to lowest percentage with the state chosen above highlighted. The dashed line shows the national average.