State-level records through Thursday, Oct. 22

A USA TODAY analysis of Johns Hopkins data through late Thursday shows 12 states set records for new cases in a week while six states had a record number of deaths in a week. New case records were set in Alaska, Colorado, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Minnesota, Montana, Ohio, Oklahoma, Utah and Wyoming, and also Guam. Record numbers of deaths were reported in Kansas, Nebraska, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Wisconsin and Wyoming. The United States has reported 8,407,702 cases and 223,032 deaths.

New coronavirus cases surge to record in Alaska

In Alaska, new coronavirus cases per week leaped to 1,512, 15.27 times the worst week seen in the spring, a USA TODAY analysis of Johns Hopkins University data released Thursday shows. Alaska has reported 11,835 cases and 68 deaths.

New coronavirus cases surge to record in Colorado

In Colorado, new coronavirus cases per week leaped to 8,304, 2.07 times the worst week seen in the spring, a USA TODAY analysis of Johns Hopkins University data released Thursday shows. Colorado has reported 90,199 cases and 2,198 deaths.

New coronavirus cases surge to record in Guam

In Guam, new coronavirus cases per week leaped to 629, 11.23 times the worst week seen in the spring, a USA TODAY analysis of Johns Hopkins University data released Thursday shows. Guam has reported 4,056 cases and 69 deaths.

New coronavirus cases surge to record in Idaho

In Idaho, new coronavirus cases per week leaped to 5,990, 7.52 times the worst week seen in the spring, a USA TODAY analysis of Johns Hopkins University data released Thursday shows. Idaho has reported 56,600 cases and 553 deaths.

New coronavirus cases surge to record in Illinois

In Illinois, new coronavirus cases per week leaped to 29,089, 82.0 percent greater than the worst week seen in the spring, a USA TODAY analysis of Johns Hopkins University data released Thursday shows. Illinois has reported 363,740 cases and 9,647 deaths.

New coronavirus cases surge to record in Indiana

In Indiana, new coronavirus cases per week leaped to 14,034, 2.93 times the worst week seen in the spring, a USA TODAY analysis of Johns Hopkins University data released Thursday shows. Indiana has reported 155,246 cases and 4,065 deaths.

Kansas coronavirus deaths set a record

Coronavirus deaths in Kansas spiked to a new record Thursday, climbing to 105 in the latest week, a USA TODAY analysis of Johns Hopkins data shows. That toll is 2.56 times the deadliest week of the spring. Kansas has reported 74,068 cases and 937 deaths.

New coronavirus cases surge to record in Kentucky

In Kentucky, new coronavirus cases per week leaped to 8,104, 6.45 times the worst week seen in the spring, a USA TODAY analysis of Johns Hopkins University data released Thursday shows. Kentucky has reported 92,299 cases and 1,380 deaths.

New coronavirus cases surge to record in Minnesota

In Minnesota, new coronavirus cases per week leaped to 11,046, 5.03 times the worst week seen in the spring, a USA TODAY analysis of Johns Hopkins University data released Thursday shows. Minnesota has reported 128,152 cases and 2,354 deaths.

New coronavirus cases surge to record in Montana

In Montana, new coronavirus cases per week leaped to 4,707, 31.17 times the worst week seen in the spring, a USA TODAY analysis of Johns Hopkins University data released Thursday shows. Montana has reported 25,640 cases and 278 deaths.

Nebraska coronavirus deaths set a record

Coronavirus deaths in Nebraska spiked to a new record Thursday, climbing to 52 in the latest week, a USA TODAY analysis of Johns Hopkins data shows. That toll is 85.7 percent greater than the deadliest week of the spring. Nebraska has reported 61,285 cases and 587 deaths.

New coronavirus cases surge to record in Ohio

In Ohio, new coronavirus cases per week leaped to 14,587, 2.27 times the worst week seen in the spring, a USA TODAY analysis of Johns Hopkins University data released Thursday shows. Ohio has reported 190,430 cases and 5,161 deaths.

Oklahoma sets two coronavirus records

Oklahoma broke records for new coronavirus cases and deaths, a USA TODAY analysis of Johns Hopkins data from late Thursday shows. New cases per week leaped to 8,647, 9.54 times the worst week seen in the spring. And deaths per week increased to 78, 34.5 percent greater than the worst week of the spring. Oklahoma has reported 112,483 cases and 1,221 deaths.

South Dakota coronavirus deaths set a record

Coronavirus deaths in South Dakota spiked to a new record Thursday, climbing to 43 in the latest week, a USA TODAY analysis of Johns Hopkins data shows. That toll is 5.38 times the deadliest week of the spring. South Dakota has reported 36,017 cases and 347 deaths.

New coronavirus cases surge to record in Utah

In Utah, new coronavirus cases per week leaped to 9,088, 8.57 times the worst week seen in the spring, a USA TODAY analysis of Johns Hopkins University data released Thursday shows. Utah has reported 99,549 cases and 563 deaths.

Wisconsin coronavirus deaths set a record

Coronavirus deaths in Wisconsin spiked to a new record Thursday, climbing to 150 in the latest week, a USA TODAY analysis of Johns Hopkins data shows. That toll is 74.4 percent greater than the deadliest week of the spring. Wisconsin has reported 186,100 cases and 1,703 deaths.

Wyoming sets two coronavirus records

Wyoming broke records for new coronavirus cases and deaths, a USA TODAY analysis of Johns Hopkins data from late Thursday shows. New cases per week leaped to 1,744, 8.59 times the worst week seen in the spring. And deaths per week increased to 11, 2.2 times the worst week of the spring. Wyoming has reported 10,119 cases and 68 deaths.