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 13, 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 13, 2020.

Confirmed COVID-19 Cases

State

4/5/20

4/12/20

Rolling 7-Day Growth Rate in Confirmed Cases

(4/5-4/12)

Rank by Growth Rate (Highest=1st)

Change from Previous Ranking

South Dakota

240

730

204%

1

Rhode Island

922

2665

189%

2

Delaware

673

1625

141%

3

Maryland

3617

8225

127%

4

Nebraska

364

791

117%

5

↑1

Connecticut

5675

12035

112%

6

↓1

Kentucky

955

1963

106%

7

↑12

Massachusetts

12500

25475

104%

8

↑7

Alabama

1765

3563

102%

9

↑2

Virginia

2640

5274

100%

10

↓3

Pennsylvania

11589

22938

98%

11

↓3

Texas

7209

13677

90%

12

Puerto Rico

475

897

89%

13

↑11

Georgia

6647

12452

87%

14

↓1

District of Columbia

1002

1875

87%

15

↓1

New Mexico

670

1245

86%

16

↓6

Illinois

11259

20852

85%

17

↑1

West Virginia

324

593

83%

18

↓9

Iowa

869

1587

83%

19

↓3

Missouri

2347

4269

82%

20

↑2

Indiana

4411

7928

80%

21

↓4

Kansas

751

1344

79%

22

↓2

Minnesota

935

1621

73%

23

↑8

North Carolina

2649

4570

73%

24

↓1

Mississippi

1638

2781

70%

25

↓4

New Jersey

37505

61850

65%

26

↓1

Ohio

4043

6604

63%

27

↑1

South Carolina

2049

3320

62%

28

↓1

Florida

12350

19895

61%

29

↑5

Louisiana

13010

20595

58%

30

↑5

Oklahoma

1254

1970

57%

31

↑2

Michigan

15718

24244

54%

32

↓3

New York

123160

189033

53%

33

↑3

Arkansas

837

1280

53%

34

↓4

Nevada

1855

2836

53%

35

↑6

California

15034

22795

52%

36

↓10

Tennessee

3633

5508

52%

37

↑5

New Hampshire

621

929

50%

38

↓6

North Dakota

207

308

49%

39

↓1

Colorado

4950

7307

48%

40

↓1

Alaska

185

272

47%

41

↑5

Wisconsin

2320

3341

44%

42

↓5

Utah

1608

2303

43%

43

↑1

Oregon

1068

1527

43%

44

↑1

Arizona

2486

3542

42%

45

↓5

Vermont

512

727

42%

46

↓3

Wyoming

197

270

37%

47

↑2

Washington

7825

10609

36%

48

↓1

Montana

286

387

35%

49

↓1

Maine

470

633

35%

50

↑1

Hawaii

371

499

35%

51

↑1

Idaho

1078

1407

31%

52

↓2

Source: Johns Hopkins Center for Systems Science and Engineering.

Confirmed Cases by US State, as of April 13, 2020.

Confirmed COVID-19 Cases

Florida County

4/6/20

4/13/20

Rolling 7-Day Growth Rate in Confirmed Cases (4/6-4/13)

Alachua  

131

183

40%

Baker  

13

17

31%

Bay  

24

39

63%

Bradford  

8

30

275%

Brevard  

88

140

59%

Broward  

2067

3105

50%

Calhoun  

3

5

67%

Charlotte  

55

117

113%

Citrus  

45

72

60%

Clay  

81

164

102%

Collier  

246

375

52%

Columbia  

13

27

108%

Dade  

4481

7241

62%

Desoto  

14

22

57%

Dixie  

1

2

100%

Duval  

475

692

46%

Escambia  

136

235

73%

Flagler  

32

44

38%

Franklin  

2

2

0%

Gadsden  

5

36

620%

Gilchrist  

0

4

400%

Glades  

4

5

25%

Gulf  

1

1

0%

Hamilton  

1

2

100%

Hardee  

2

3

50%

Hendry  

9

21

133%

Hernando  

48

71

48%

Highlands  

35

61

74%

Hillsborough  

571

790

38%

Holmes  

1

2

100%

Indian River  

61

75

23%

Jackson  

4

6

50%

Jefferson  

3

12

300%

Lafayette  

0

1

100%

Lake  

104

155

49%

Lee  

397

632

59%

Leon  

59

150

154%

Levy  

4

8

100%

Liberty  

0

1

100%

Madison  

11

14

27%

Manatee  

144

250

74%

Marion  

53

96

81%

Martin  

83

124

49%

Monroe  

45

63

40%

Nassau  

25

34

36%

Okaloosa  

65

102

57%

Okeechobee  

3

5

67%

Orange  

744

1017

37%

Osceola  

239

333

39%

Palm Beach  

1069

1691

58%

Pasco  

110

166

51%

Pinellas  

362

470

30%

Polk  

176

263

49%

Putnam  

19

43

126%

Santa Rosa  

58

112

93%

Sarasota  

151

233

54%

Seminole  

194

267

38%

St. Johns  

146

175

20%

St. Lucie  

100

156

56%

Sumter  

80

111

39%

Suwannee  

32

67

109%

Taylor  

0

1

100%

Union  

2

2

0%

Volusia  

151

212

40%

Wakulla  

6

11

83%

Walton  

24

29

21%

Washington  

1

4

300%

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

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Florida Department of Health, Data as of April 13, 2020 (11am release)

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