State-level records through Saturday, Aug. 8

A USA TODAY analysis of Johns Hopkins data through late Saturday shows three states set records for new cases in a week while two states had a record number of deaths in a week. New case records were set in Hawaii, Indiana and Virginia. Record numbers of deaths were reported in Arkansas and Nevada, and also Puerto Rico. The United States has reported 4,997,929 cases and 162,423 deaths.

Arkansas coronavirus deaths set a record

Coronavirus deaths in Arkansas spiked to a new record Saturday, climbing to 77 in the latest week, a USA TODAY analysis of Johns Hopkins data shows. That toll is 4.81 times the deadliest week of the spring. Arkansas has reported 48,811 cases and 535 deaths.

New coronavirus cases surge to record in Hawaii

In Hawaii, new coronavirus cases per week leaped to 1,149, 5.18 times the worst week seen in the spring, a USA TODAY analysis of Johns Hopkins University data released Saturday shows. Hawaii has reported 3,346 cases and 31 deaths.

New coronavirus cases surge to record in Indiana

In Indiana, new coronavirus cases per week leaped to 6,165, 28.5 percent greater than the worst week seen in the spring, a USA TODAY analysis of Johns Hopkins University data released Saturday shows. Indiana has reported 73,287 cases and 3,036 deaths.

Nevada coronavirus deaths set a record

Coronavirus deaths in Nevada spiked to a new record Saturday, climbing to 117 in the latest week, a USA TODAY analysis of Johns Hopkins data shows. That toll is 72.1 percent greater than the deadliest week of the spring. Nevada has reported 55,419 cases and 949 deaths.

Puerto Rico coronavirus deaths set a record

Coronavirus deaths in Puerto Rico spiked to a new record Saturday, climbing to 49 in the latest week, a USA TODAY analysis of Johns Hopkins data shows. That toll is 81.5 percent greater than the deadliest week of the spring. Puerto Rico has reported 21,424 cases and 274 deaths.

New coronavirus cases surge to record in Virginia

In Virginia, new coronavirus cases per week leaped to 8,388, 73.0 percent greater than the worst week seen in the spring, a USA TODAY analysis of Johns Hopkins University data released Saturday shows. Virginia has reported 99,189 cases and 2,322 deaths.