• Robert O Young DSc, PhD, Naturopathic Practitioner

What State Do You Live? May Be A Matter of Life & Death

What is Your Percentage Risk for Sickness, Disease and Death Based Upon CDC Numbers Associated with COVID, What State YOU Live and the Politics of the State Where YOU Live?

1. New York City - 41.317% - Blue City

2. Outside of New York City - 19.610% - Blue State

3. Texas - 1.466% - Red State

4. Wyoming - 0% - Red State

5. Alabama - 2.310% - Red State

6. New Jersey - 25.521% - Blue State

7. California - 2.630% - Blue State

8. Illinois - 7.378% - Blue State

9. Alaska - 0% - Red State

10. Florida - 2.353% - Red State

11. Massachusetts - 19.179% - Blue State

12. Pennsylvania - 9.546% - Blue State

13. Michigan - 10.651% - Blue State

14. Nebraska - 1.303% - Red State

15. Utah - 1.030% - Red State

16. North Dakota - 1.182% - Red State

17. Washington - 4.586% - Blue State

18. Oregon - 1.202% - Blue State

19. Maine - 1.452% - Blue State

20. Ohio - 2.658% - Red/Blue State

21. Indiana - 5.852% - Red/Blue State

22. Oklahoma - 1.911% - Red State

23. Idaho - 1.568% - Red State

24. Montana - 0.539 - Red State

25. Arkansas - 0.696 - Red State

26. Minnesota - 3.907 - Blue State

27. Maryland - 8.505 - Blue State

28. District of Columbia - 10.539% - Blue State

29. Connecticut - 15.923% - Blue State

30. Delaware - 6.859% - Blue State

31. Rhode Island - 8.489% - Blue State

32. Nevada - 3.371% - Blue/Red State

33. South Dakota - 1.444% - Red State

34. Arizona - 2.422% - Red State

35. New Mexico - 3.024% - Blue/Red State

36. Hawaii - 0.435% - Blue State

37. Georgia - 4.187% - Red State

38. Louisiana - 11.162% - Red State

39. South Carolina - 1.745% - Red State

40. Kentucky - 1.813% - Red State

41. Colorado - 7.258% - Blue/Red State

42. Iowa - 2.478% - Blue/Red State

43. Kansas - 1.680% - Red State

44. Missouri - 2.264% - Red State

45. New Hampshire - 3.444% - Red/Blue State

46. Wisconsin - 2.317% - Blue State

47. West Virginia - 0.706% - Red State

48. Tennessee - 1.002% - Red State

49. Vermont - 2.777% - Blue State

50. North Carolina - 0.861% - Blue/Red State

51. Puerto Rico - 1.591% - Blue/Red

52. Territory of Guam - 3.246% - Blue/Red

What State do YOU live in?


The Top Thirteen States that have the highest Risk of Death are all Liberal Blue States, including New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, District of Columbia, Illinois, Michigan, Maryland, Rhode Island, Indiana, Delaware and Washington.


The Top Thirteen States that have the lowest risk of Death are all Conservative Red States, including Alaska, Wyoming, Utah, Montana, Arkansas, West Virginia, South Carolina, Tennessee, Idaho, North Dakota, Nebraska, Texas and Florida. All of these States are now open for business.

Conclusion:


Blue States are at higher risk for sickness, disease and death due to several acidic contributing factors which are more toxic/acidic environments for residing, with the exception of Hawaii.

Red States are at lower risk for sickness, disease and death due to several alkalizing contributing factors and are less toxic/acidic environments to reside.


Note: The contributing factors for sickness, disease and death are where you live, how you live, what you eat, what you drink, what you breathe, what you think, what you feel and what you believe.


To learn more about acidic and alkaline contributing factors go to: www.drrobertyoung.com/blog

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