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Mapping America’s $2 trillion economic drop, by state and sector

America's economy has been hit particularly hard by COVID-19. Image: Unsplash/Anastasiia Chepinska

Iman Ghosh

Author, Visual Capitalist

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Accommodation and food services have been hit hardest. Image: Visual Capitalist
Alabama's state GDP change is nearly 30%. Image: Visual capitalist
Transportation and warehousing is down nearly 10% in Alaska. Image: Visual capitalist

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