WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, Senator Rick Scott released an update on the growth rate of cases of the Coronavirus by state, and by county in Florida, as of May 7, 2020, according to Johns Hopkins Center for Systems Science and Engineering and Florida Department of Health 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 charts below of Confirmed Cases by US State and by Florida County, as of May 7, 2020.

Confirmed COVID-19 Cases

State

4/29/20

5/6/20

Rolling 7-Day Growth Rate in Confirmed Cases (4/29-5/6)

Rank by Growth Rate (Highest=1st)

Change from Previous Ranking

Minnesota

4644

8579

85%

1

Nebraska

3851

6689

74%

2

Kansas

3839

5993

56%

3

↑1

Iowa

6843

10404

52%

4

↓1

Puerto Rico

1433

1968

37%

5

↑2

Wisconsin

6520

8901

37%

6

↑3

Illinois

50358

68232

35%

7

↑1

Virginia

14962

20257

35%

8

↓3

Maryland

20849

28163

35%

9

↑2

Arizona

7209

9707

35%

10

↑2

Tennessee

10366

13938

34%

11

↓1

New Mexico

3213

4291

34%

12

↓6

New Hampshire

2058

2741

33%

13

↑2

District of Columbia

4106

5461

33%

14

↓1

Kentucky

4537

5934

31%

15

↓1

Mississippi

6569

8424

28%

16

North Carolina

10180

13053

28%

17

↑1

Texas

27257

34928

28%

18

↓1

North Dakota

1033

1323

28%

19

Indiana

17182

21870

27%

20

Alabama

6912

8691

26%

21

↑4

Ohio

17303

21576

25%

22

↑2

Utah

4497

5595

24%

23

↓1

California

48747

60616

24%

24

↓3

Delaware

4655

5778

24%

25

↑12

Rhode Island

8247

10205

24%

26

↓3

Missouri

7660

9323

22%

27

↓1

Oklahoma

3473

4202

21%

28

Colorado

14758

17832

21%

29

↓2

Massachusetts

60265

72025

20%

30

↓1

Georgia

25775

30743

19%

31

↓1

Oregon

2446

2916

19%

32

↑1

Maine

1056

1254

19%

33

↑1

Pennsylvania

46327

54800

18%

34

↓3

South Carolina

5882

6936

18%

35

↓3

South Dakota

2373

2780

17%

36

↓1

Nevada

4934

5741

16%

37

↓1

Connecticut

26767

30995

16%

38

Wyoming

545

631

16%

39

↑5

Florida

33193

38002

14%

40

New Jersey

116365

131890

13%

41

↓2

Arkansas

3193

3611

13%

42

↑1

Washington

14070

15905

13%

43

↑2

West Virginia

1110

1242

12%

44

↓3

Michigan

40399

45179

12%

45

↓3

Idaho

1952

2158

11%

46

↑1

Louisiana

27660

30399

10%

47

↓1

New York

299691

323978

8%

48

Vermont

862

908

5%

49

↑1

Alaska

355

372

5%

50

↓1

Hawaii

613

626

2%

51

Montana

451

456

1%

52

Source: Johns Hopkins Center for Systems Science and Engineering.

Confirmed Cases by US State, as of May 7, 2020.

Confirmed COVID-19 Cases

Florida County

4/30/20

5/7/20

Rolling 7-Day Growth Rate in Confirmed Cases (4/30-5/7)

Alachua  

267

300

12%

Baker  

20

22

10%

Bay  

72

76

6%

Bradford  

46

48

4%

Brevard  

285

325

14%

Broward  

4953

5677

15%

Calhoun  

8

24

200%

Charlotte  

236

304

29%

Citrus  

99

102

3%

Clay  

273

292

7%

Collier  

596

701

18%

Columbia  

58

101

74%

Dade  

12063

13585

13%

Desoto  

29

42

45%

Dixie  

7

11

57%

Duval  

1012

1083

7%

Escambia  

506

616

22%

Flagler  

133

145

9%

Franklin  

2

2

0%

Gadsden  

95

121

27%

Gilchrist  

6

6

0%

Glades  

6

6

0%

Gulf  

1

1

0%

Hamilton  

6

7

17%

Hardee  

18

35

94%

Hendry  

83

129

55%

Hernando  

90

97

8%

Highlands  

81

90

11%

Hillsborough  

1124

1364

21%

Holmes  

10

10

0%

Indian River  

90

99

10%

Jackson  

14

31

121%

Jefferson  

28

28

0%

Lafayette  

1

3

200%

Lake  

227

237

4%

Lee  

1021

1212

19%

Leon  

219

249

14%

Levy  

19

20

5%

Liberty  

3

114

3700%

Madison  

55

61

11%

Manatee  

580

737

27%

Marion  

175

202

15%

Martin  

191

233

22%

Monroe  

79

80

1%

Nassau  

56

60

7%

Okaloosa  

154

163

6%

Okeechobee  

11

22

100%

Orange  

1385

1474

6%

Osceola  

479

544

14%

Palm Beach  

2963

3587

21%

Pasco  

249

289

16%

Pinellas  

729

820

12%

Polk  

483

594

23%

Putnam  

106

121

14%

Santa Rosa  

154

160

4%

Sarasota  

352

412

17%

Seminole  

379

410

8%

St. Johns  

208

222

7%

St. Lucie  

247

271

10%

Sumter  

181

238

31%

Suwannee  

130

144

11%

Taylor  

3

3

0%

Union  

4

5

25%

Volusia  

452

534

18%

Wakulla  

23

29

26%

Walton  

38

51

34%

Washington  

12

12

0%

Source: Florida Department of Health, Division of Disease Control and Health Protection

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Florida Department of Health, Data as of May 7, 2020 (11am release)

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