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 14, 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 14, 2020.

Confirmed COVID-19 Cases

State

4/6/20

4/13/20

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

Rank by Growth Rate (Highest=1st)

Change from Previous Ranking

South Dakota

288

868

201%

1

Rhode Island

1082

2665

146%

2

Delaware

783

1758

125%

3

Maryland

4045

8936

121%

4

Kentucky

955

2018

111%

5

↑2

Alaska

137

277

102%

6

↑35

Virginia

2878

5747

100%

7

↑3

Nebraska

417

814

95%

8

↓3

Massachusetts

13837

26867

94%

9

↓1

Connecticut

6906

13381

94%

10

↓4

Alabama

1952

3734

91%

11

↓2

Pennsylvania

13127

24292

85%

12

↓1

Georgia

7314

13315

82%

13

↑1

Iowa

946

1710

81%

14

↑5

Illinois

12262

22025

80%

15

↑2

District of Columbia

1097

1955

78%

16

↓1

Texas

8043

14275

77%

17

↓5

West Virginia

345

611

77%

18

Puerto Rico

513

903

76%

19

↓5

Mississippi

1738

2942

69%

20

↑5

Indiana

4956

8359

69%

21

New Mexico

757

1262

67%

22

↓6

Missouri

2736

4515

65%

23

↓3

North Carolina

2962

4886

65%

24

Minnesota

986

1621

64%

25

↓2

Kansas

849

1390

64%

26

↓4

Arkansas

875

1410

61%

27

↑7

Florida

13324

21019

58%

28

↑1

New Jersey

41090

64584

57%

29

↓3

Ohio

4453

6975

57%

30

↓3

Oklahoma

1329

2069

56%

31

Nevada

1953

2990

53%

32

↑3

South Carolina

2232

3391

52%

33

↓5

California

16019

23931

49%

34

↑2

Michigan

17221

25635

49%

35

↓3

New York

131815

195749

49%

36

↓3

Colorado

5183

7691

48%

37

↑3

Oregon

1068

1584

48%

38

↑6

Tennessee

3802

5610

48%

39

↓2

North Dakota

225

331

47%

40

↓1

Louisiana

14867

21016

41%

41

↓11

Utah

1685

2363

40%

42

↑1

Wisconsin

2449

3428

40%

43

↓1

Maine

499

698

40%

44

↑6

New Hampshire

715

985

38%

45

↓7

Vermont

543

748

38%

46

Arizona

2732

3705

36%

47

↓2

Montana

299

394

32%

48

↑1

Wyoming

210

275

31%

49

↓2

Hawaii

387

504

30%

50

↑1

Idaho

1101

1426

30%

51

↑1

Washington

8311

10635

28%

52

↓4

Source: Johns Hopkins Center for Systems Science and Engineering.

Confirmed Cases by US State, as of April 14, 2020.

Confirmed COVID-19 Cases

Florida County

4/7/20

4/14/20

Rolling 7-Day Growth Rate in Confirmed Cases (4/7-4/14)

Alachua  

141

192

36%

Baker  

15

17

13%

Bay  

24

38

58%

Bradford  

11

30

173%

Brevard  

95

156

64%

Broward  

2213

3243

47%

Calhoun  

3

5

67%

Charlotte  

67

122

82%

Citrus  

49

73

49%

Clay  

86

167

94%

Collier  

268

379

41%

Columbia  

16

28

75%

Dade  

4997

7555

51%

Desoto  

16

22

38%

Dixie  

1

2

100%

Duval  

524

716

37%

Escambia  

165

246

49%

Flagler  

35

45

29%

Franklin  

2

2

0%

Gadsden  

6

37

517%

Gilchrist  

0

5

500%

Glades  

4

5

25%

Gulf  

1

1

0%

Hamilton  

1

2

100%

Hardee  

2

3

50%

Hendry  

9

23

156%

Hernando  

48

71

48%

Highlands  

37

62

68%

Hillsborough  

597

819

37%

Holmes  

2

4

100%

Indian River  

62

77

24%

Jackson  

4

6

50%

Jefferson  

4

13

225%

Lafayette  

0

1

100%

Lake  

116

166

43%

Lee  

434

650

50%

Leon  

68

151

122%

Levy  

5

7

40%

Liberty  

0

2

200%

Madison  

11

14

27%

Manatee  

162

259

60%

Marion  

63

103

63%

Martin  

98

133

36%

Monroe  

49

64

31%

Nassau  

26

35

35%

Okaloosa  

69

103

49%

Okeechobee  

4

5

25%

Orange  

763

1033

35%

Osceola  

254

343

35%

Palm Beach  

1136

1727

52%

Pasco  

120

171

43%

Pinellas  

380

491

29%

Polk  

197

277

41%

Putnam  

19

42

121%

Santa Rosa  

65

115

77%

Sarasota  

172

233

35%

Seminole  

202

274

36%

St. Johns  

151

176

17%

St. Lucie  

118

164

39%

Sumter  

84

112

33%

Suwannee  

32

75

134%

Taylor  

1

1

0%

Union  

2

2

0%

Volusia  

162

223

38%

Wakulla  

6

12

100%

Walton  

26

29

12%

Washington  

2

5

150%

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

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Florida Department of Health, Data as of April 14, 2020 (11am release)

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