WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, Senator Rick Scott released an update on the growth rate of cases of the Coronavirus by state, as of March 26, 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 26, 2020.

 

Confirmed COVID-19 Cases

State

3/18/20

3/25/20

Rolling 7-Day Growth Rate in Confirmed Cases (3/18-3/25)

Rank by Growth Rate (Highest=1st)

Change from Previous Ranking

West Virginia

1

39

3800%

1

2

Michigan

83

2296

2666%

2

1

Missouri

18

354

1867%

3

1

New Jersey

267

4402

1549%

4

3

Arizona

27

401

1385%

5

1

Connecticut

68

875

1187%

6

9

New York

2495

30841

1136%

7

1

Indiana

39

477

1123%

8

Tennessee

79

916

1059%

9

3

Illinois

162

1865

1051%

10

4

Mississippi

34

377

1009%

11

6

Puerto Rico

5

51

920%

12

9

Idaho

9

91

911%

13

1

South Carolina

47

424

802%

14

9

Oklahoma

19

164

763%

15

20

Arkansas

33

280

748%

16

3

Massachusetts

218

1838

743%

17

22

North Carolina

70

590

743%

18

4

Pennsylvania

152

1260

729%

19

Alabama

46

381

728%

20

11

Ohio

86

704

719%

21

3

North Dakota

6

45

650%

22

13

Kansas

18

134

644%

23

13

Kentucky

27

197

630%

24

6

Texas

173

1229

610%

25

8

Louisiana

257

1795

598%

26

2

Vermont

18

125

594%

27

7

Alaska

6

41

583%

28

18

Wisconsin

92

621

575%

29

3

Utah

51

340

567%

30

2

Hawaii

14

91

550%

31

15

Georgia

199

1247

527%

32

7

Delaware

19

119

526%

33

5

District of Columbia

31

187

503%

34

5

Montana

11

65

491%

35

1

Nevada

55

323

487%

36

4

Colorado

184

1021

455%

37

4

Florida

314

1682

436%

38

11

Virginia

77

396

414%

39

3

Iowa

29

146

403%

40

3

Maryland

85

425

400%

41

8

New Mexico

23

113

391%

42

2

New Hampshire

26

108

315%

43

3

Rhode Island

33

132

300%

44

6

California

751

2998

299%

45

2

Oregon

68

266

291%

46

2

South Dakota

11

41

273%

47

3

Minnesota

77

286

271%

48

5

Maine

42

142

238%

49

3

Nebraska

24

71

196%

50

1

Washington

1014

2591

156%

51

1

Wyoming

15

23

53%

52

1

Source: Johns Hopkins Center for Systems Science and Engineering.

Confirmed Cases by US State, as of March 26, 2020.

 

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