WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, Senator Rick Scott released an update on the growth rate of cases of the Coronavirus by state, as of March 27, 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 27, 2020.

 

Confirmed COVID-19 Cases

State

3/19/20

3/26/20

Rolling 7-Day Growth Rate in Confirmed Cases (3/19-3/26)

Rank by Growth Rate (Highest=1st)

Change from Previous Ranking

West Virginia

2

52

2500%

1

Missouri

31

520

1577%

2

↑1

Idaho

11

146

1227%

3

↑10

Puerto Rico

5

64

1180%

4

↑8

Arizona

45

508

1029%

5

Indiana

60

645

975%

6

↑2

Mississippi

50

485

870%

7

↑4

New Jersey

742

6876

827%

8

↓4

Pennsylvania

206

1795

771%

9

↑10

Michigan

334

2845

752%

10

↓8

Montana

11

90

718%

11

↑24

Massachusetts

328

2417

637%

12

↑5

Ohio

119

868

629%

13

↑8

Vermont

22

158

618%

14

↑13

Tennessee

154

1097

612%

15

↓6

New York

5365

37877

606%

16

↓9

Kentucky

37

247

568%

17

↑7

Alabama

78

517

563%

18

↑2

Connecticut

159

1012

536%

19

↓13

Alaska

9

56

522%

20

↑8

Illinois

422

2538

501%

21

↓11

Texas

260

1563

501%

22

↑3

North Carolina

123

738

500%

23

↓5

Hawaii

16

95

494%

24

↑7

Louisiana

392

2304

488%

25

↑1

District of Columbia

40

231

478%

26

↑8

Florida

417

2357

465%

27

↑11

Oklahoma

44

248

464%

28

↓13

Maryland

107

583

445%

29

↑12

Arkansas

62

335

440%

30

↓14

Georgia

287

1525

431%

31

↑1

South Carolina

81

424

423%

32

↓18

Colorado

277

1430

416%

33

↑4

Kansas

34

172

406%

34

↓11

Utah

80

396

395%

35

↓5

Virginia

99

466

371%

36

↑3

Wisconsin

159

728

358%

37

↓8

Nevada

95

420

342%

38

↓2

Delaware

30

130

333%

39

↓6

South Dakota

11

46

318%

40

↑7

California

952

3899

310%

41

↑4

Iowa

44

179

307%

42

↓2

Minnesota

89

344

287%

43

↑5

Rhode Island

44

165

275%

44

Oregon

88

316

259%

45

↑1

New Mexico

35

113

223%

46

↓4

New Hampshire

44

137

211%

47

↓4

Maine

52

155

198%

48

↑1

North Dakota

18

51

183%

49

↓27

Nebraska

29

74

155%

50

Washington

1376

3207

133%

51

Wyoming

18

23

28%

52

Source: Johns Hopkins Center for Systems Science and Engineering.

Confirmed Cases by US State, as of March 27, 2020.

 

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