WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, Senator Rick Scott released an update on the growth rate of cases of the Coronavirus by state, as of March 25, 2020, according to Johns Hopkins Center for Systems Science and Engineering data. Senator Scott is releasing this information daily to show which states are slowing the growth of Coronavirus. Please note: data provided from Johns Hopkins is compiled from federal data and may have discrepancies from latest state updates.

 

Please see the chart below of Confirmed Cases by US State, as of March 25, 2020.

 

Confirmed COVID-19 Cases

State

3/17/20

3/24/20

Rolling 7-Day Growth Rate in Confirmed Cases (3/17-3/24)

Rank by Growth Rate (Highest=1st)

Change from Previous Ranking

Michigan

65

1793

2658%

1

↑3

Missouri

11

257

2236%

2

↓1

West Virginia

1

22

2100%

3

↑4

Arizona

20

326

1530%

4

↑7

Mississippi

21

320

1424%

5

↑1

New York

1706

25681

1405%

6

↓1

New Jersey

267

3675

1276%

7

↑1

Indiana

30

368

1127%

8

↑6

North Dakota

3

36

1100%

9

↓6

Alaska

3

34

1033%

10

↓8

Tennessee

74

772

943%

11

↑2

Idaho

8

81

913%

12

↓2

Arkansas

22

219

895%

13

↑8

Illinois

161

1537

855%

14

↓2

Connecticut

68

618

809%

15

↓6

Hawaii

10

90

800%

16

↑10

Texas

110

955

768%

17

↑2

Ohio

67

567

746%

18

↑2

Pennsylvania

112

946

745%

19

↓3

Vermont

12

95

692%

20

↑14

Puerto Rico

5

39

680%

21

↑14

North Carolina

64

495

673%

22

↓7

South Carolina

47

342

628%

23

↓5

Louisiana

196

1388

608%

24

↓1

Georgia

146

1026

603%

25

↑7

Wisconsin

72

481

568%

26

↓9

Florida

216

1412

554%

27

Delaware

16

104

550%

28

↓4

District of Columbia

22

141

541%

29

↑9

Kentucky

26

162

523%

30

↑7

Alabama

39

242

521%

31

↓1

Utah

51

298

484%

32

↓1

Maryland

60

349

482%

33

↓4

Montana

9

51

467%

34

↑10

Oklahoma

19

106

458%

35

↓10

Kansas

18

100

456%

36

↓8

Iowa

23

124

439%

37

↑12

Rhode Island

23

124

439%

38

↑3

Massachusetts

218

1159

432%

39

↑9

Nevada

56

278

396%

40

↓1

Colorado

160

723

352%

41

↑5

Virginia

67

293

337%

42

↓2

Minnesota

60

261

335%

43

↑4

New Mexico

23

100

335%

44

↓1

New Hampshire

26

101

288%

45

↓9

Maine

32

118

269%

46

↓13

California

698

2538

264%

47

↑2

Oregon

66

210

218%

48

↓6

Nebraska

21

66

214%

49

↑1

South Dakota

11

30

173%

50

↑1

Wyoming

11

29

164%

51

↓29

Washington

1076

2328

116%

52

Source: Johns Hopkins Center for Systems Science and Engineering.

Confirmed Cases by US State, as of March 25, 2020.

 

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