From a report published in April by the Kaiser Family Foundation, detailing the amount of money each state received per COVID-19 case in the first round of grant funding under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act. An initial $30 billion was allocated to hospitals across the country according to their historical share of Medicare funding. The darker a state appears on the map, the more money per case its hospitals received. New York, which had the largest number of cases, was granted only about $12,000 per patient. West Virginia, Hawaii, Montana, North Dakota, and Alaska—which had some of the lowest infection rates—each received more than $300,000 per patient. The map was compiled by Hannah Norman of Kaiser Health News using analysis from the House Ways and Means Committee and a New York Times database of known coronavirus cases.