In the battle to stop the spread of Covid-19, some states are aggressively combating the contagion with super-powered public policies that are getting results, according to WalletHub, a personal finance website.

The U.S. Center for Disease Control (CDC) says the remedy for stopping the disease is social distancing of at least six feet or more. Many states have taken the CDC’s advice by banning even small gatherings, closing all non-essential businesses, shutting down schools, an ordering residents to shelter in place. But such a cure can damage local and state economies, so not all states are willing to take such drastic measures to win the war against Covid-19, Other states are, though.

To determine which states are the most aggressive in their efforts to limit exposure to coronavirus, WalletHub compared all 50 states and the District of Columbia across three key dimensions: “Prevention & Containment,” “Risk Factors & Infrastructure” and “Economic Impact.” It used 51 metrics graded on a 100-point scale to determine each state’s overall weighted total and ranking.

Here, in ascending order, are the top 10 most aggressive states against the coronavirus.

10. West Virginia

While West Virginia ranks 47th in influenza and pneumonia death rate per capita, it has leapfrogged 22 places from its 32nd overall ranking on March 16th and 21 places from 31st on March 23rd, to 10th on April 6th.