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 April 12, 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 April 12, 2020.

Confirmed COVID-19 Cases

State

4/4/20

4/11/20

Rolling 7-Day Growth Rate in Confirmed Cases (4/4-4/11)

Rank by Growth Rate (Highest=1st)

Change from Previous Ranking

South Dakota

212

626

195%

1

↑1

Rhode Island

806

2349

191%

2

↑2

Delaware

593

1479

149%

3

↓2

Maryland

3125

7694

146%

4

↓1

Connecticut

5276

11510

118%

5

↑7

Nebraska

321

699

118%

6

↑2

Virginia

2407

5077

111%

7

↑2

Pennsylvania

10444

21719

108%

8

↓2

West Virginia

282

577

105%

9

↓3

New Mexico

534

1091

104%

10

↑5

Alabama

1614

3217

99%

11

↑9

Texas

6556

13023

99%

12

↑1

Georgia

6160

12159

97%

13

↑8

District of Columbia

902

1778

97%

14

↓3

Massachusetts

11736

22860

95%

15

↑1

Iowa

787

1510

92%

16

↑3

Indiana

3953

7435

88%

17

Illinois

10357

19180

85%

18

Kentucky

917

1693

85%

19

↓9

Kansas

698

1275

83%

20

↑8

Mississippi

1455

2642

82%

21

↑3

Missouri

2310

4108

78%

22

↓8

North Carolina

2486

4354

75%

23

↑7

Puerto Rico

452

788

74%

24

↓17

New Jersey

34124

58151

70%

25

↓2

California

12837

21706

69%

26

↑6

South Carolina

1917

3211

68%

27

↓1

Ohio

3739

6250

67%

28

↑1

Michigan

14225

23605

66%

29

↑2

Arkansas

743

1228

65%

30

↑9

Minnesota

865

1427

65%

31

↑5

New Hampshire

540

885

64%

32

↑2

Oklahoma

1161

1868

61%

33

↓8

Florida

11545

18494

60%

34

↑1

Louisiana

12496

20014

60%

35

↓13

New York

113833

181026

59%

36

↑2

Wisconsin

2030

3213

58%

37

↑8

North Dakota

186

293

58%

38

↑3

Colorado

4188

6513

56%

39

↑1

Arizona

2187

3393

55%

40

↑2

Nevada

1742

2702

55%

41

↓14

Tennessee

3322

5132

54%

42

↑1

Vermont

461

711

54%

43

↓10

Utah

1435

2207

54%

44

↓7

Oregon

899

1371

53%

45

↑5

Alaska

171

257

50%

46

↓2

Washington

7247

10434

44%

47

↑1

Montana

265

377

42%

48

↓1

Wyoming

187

261

40%

49

Idaho

1022

1396

37%

50

↓4

Maine

456

616

35%

51

↑1

Hawaii

351

465

32%

52

↓1

Source: Johns Hopkins Center for Systems Science and Engineering.

Confirmed Cases by US State, as of April 12, 2020.

Confirmed COVID-19 Cases

Florida County

4/5/20

4/12/20

Rolling 7-Day Growth Rate in Confirmed Cases

(4/5-4/12)

Alachua  

123

177

44%

Baker  

12

17

42%

Bay  

24

36

50%

Bradford  

7

29

314%

Brevard  

79

125

58%

Broward  

1886

2865

52%

Calhoun  

3

5

67%

Charlotte  

47

112

138%

Citrus  

43

68

58%

Clay  

79

162

105%

Collier  

231

356

54%

Columbia  

13

25

92%

Dade  

4146

6826

65%

Desoto  

12

20

67%

Dixie  

1

2

100%

Duval  

413

649

57%

Escambia  

125

221

77%

Flagler  

31

46

48%

Franklin  

2

2

0%

Gadsden  

4

16

300%

Gilchrist  

0

4

400%

Glades  

4

4

0%

Gulf  

1

1

0%

Hamilton  

0

2

200%

Hardee  

2

3

50%

Hendry  

7

17

143%

Hernando  

43

69

60%

Highlands  

35

55

57%

Hillsborough  

536

740

38%

Holmes  

1

2

100%

Indian River  

55

74

35%

Jackson  

4

6

50%

Jefferson  

1

12

1100%

Lafayette  

0

1

100%

Lake  

101

148

47%

Lee  

379

604

59%

Leon  

42

114

171%

Levy  

4

8

100%

Liberty  

0

1

100%

Madison  

10

14

40%

Manatee  

136

223

64%

Marion  

50

92

84%

Martin  

60

120

100%

Monroe  

44

59

34%

Nassau  

21

33

57%

Okaloosa  

62

93

50%

Okeechobee  

3

5

67%

Orange  

713

942

32%

Osceola  

229

321

40%

Palm Beach  

1000

1609

61%

Pasco  

102

155

52%

Pinellas  

359

451

26%

Polk  

157

248

58%

Putnam  

19

35

84%

Santa Rosa  

55

107

95%

Sarasota  

140

223

59%

Seminole  

191

251

31%

St. Johns  

141

170

21%

St. Lucie  

82

149

82%

Sumter  

75

110

47%

Suwannee  

18

67

272%

Taylor  

0

1

100%

Union  

2

2

0%

Volusia  

151

199

32%

Wakulla  

6

7

17%

Walton  

23

30

30%

Washington  

1

5

400%

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

Florida's COVID-19 Data and Surveillance Dashboard

Florida Department of Health, Data as of April 12, 2020 (11am release)

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