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 15, 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 15, 2020.

Confirmed COVID-19 Cases

State

4/7/20

4/14/20

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

Rank by Growth Rate (Highest=1st)

Change from Previous Ranking

South Dakota

320

988

209%

1

Rhode Island

1229

3251

165%

2

Maryland

4371

9472

117%

3

↑1

Delaware

928

1926

108%

4

↓1

Nebraska

447

897

101%

5

↑3

Illinois

12271

23248

89%

6

↑9

Virginia

3335

6182

85%

7

Massachusetts

15202

28164

85%

8

↑1

Alabama

2169

3953

82%

9

↑2

Iowa

1046

1899

82%

10

↑4

Connecticut

7781

13989

80%

11

↓1

Kentucky

1149

2048

78%

12

↓7

Pennsylvania

14853

25465

71%

13

↓1

District of Columbia

1211

2058

70%

14

↑2

Texas

8925

15006

68%

15

↑3

Georgia

8822

14578

65%

16

↓3

Mississippi

1915

3087

61%

17

↑3

Puerto Rico

573

923

61%

18

↑1

Minnesota

1069

1695

59%

19

↑6

Arkansas

946

1498

58%

20

↑7

Kansas

912

1441

58%

21

↑5

West Virginia

412

640

55%

22

↓4

North Carolina

3299

5113

55%

23

↑1

New Jersey

44416

68824

55%

24

↑5

Indiana

5510

8527

55%

25

↓4

New Mexico

876

1345

54%

26

↓4

Ohio

4782

7285

52%

27

↑3

Missouri

3130

4746

52%

28

↓5

Florida

14545

21628

49%

29

↓1

Oklahoma

1474

2184

48%

30

↑1

Nevada

2124

3134

48%

31

↑1

South Carolina

2417

3553

47%

32

↑1

Colorado

5429

7950

46%

33

↑4

California

17351

25356

46%

34

New York

139875

203020

45%

35

↑1

Oregon

1132

1633

44%

36

↑2

North Dakota

237

341

44%

37

↑3

Michigan

18970

27001

42%

38

↓3

Maine

519

735

42%

39

↑5

Tennessee

4139

5827

41%

40

↓1

Utah

1746

2417

38%

41

↑1

Wisconsin

2578

3555

38%

42

↑1

Alaska

213

285

34%

43

↓37

Arizona

2870

3809

33%

44

↑3

Louisiana

16284

21518

32%

45

↓4

Vermont

575

752

31%

46

Wyoming

216

282

31%

47

↑2

New Hampshire

715

922

29%

48

↓3

Idaho

1170

1464

25%

49

↑2

Montana

319

399

25%

50

↓2

Hawaii

410

511

25%

51

↓1

Washington

8692

10799

24%

52

Source: Johns Hopkins Center for Systems Science and Engineering.

Confirmed Cases by US State, as of April 15, 2020.

Confirmed COVID-19 Cases

Florida County

4/8/20

4/15/20

Rolling 7-Day Growth Rate in Confirmed Cases (4/8-4/15)

Alachua  

144

196

36%

Baker  

15

17

13%

Bay  

28

39

39%

Bradford  

15

35

133%

Brevard  

102

164

61%

Broward  

2358

3334

41%

Calhoun  

4

5

25%

Charlotte  

76

123

62%

Citrus  

54

74

37%

Clay  

97

170

75%

Collier  

277

390

41%

Columbia  

17

30

76%

Dade  

5354

7863

47%

Desoto  

18

22

22%

Dixie  

2

2

0%

Duval  

549

735

34%

Escambia  

180

254

41%

Flagler  

35

45

29%

Franklin  

2

2

0%

Gadsden  

8

39

388%

Gilchrist  

1

6

500%

Glades  

4

5

25%

Gulf  

1

1

0%

Hamilton  

1

2

100%

Hardee  

2

3

50%

Hendry  

10

23

130%

Hernando  

56

73

30%

Highlands  

41

62

51%

Hillsborough  

626

866

38%

Holmes  

3

4

33%

Indian River  

63

77

22%

Jackson  

4

6

50%

Jefferson  

8

13

63%

Lafayette  

0

1

100%

Lake  

136

170

25%

Lee  

462

669

45%

Leon  

71

152

114%

Levy  

5

7

40%

Liberty  

0

2

200%

Madison  

12

14

17%

Manatee  

171

273

60%

Marion  

65

104

60%

Martin  

101

137

36%

Monroe  

51

64

25%

Nassau  

29

36

24%

Okaloosa  

78

105

35%

Okeechobee  

4

5

25%

Orange  

803

1051

31%

Osceola  

272

353

30%

Palm Beach  

1206

1782

48%

Pasco  

125

182

46%

Pinellas  

394

502

27%

Polk  

206

282

37%

Putnam  

21

45

114%

Santa Rosa  

69

114

65%

Sarasota  

180

247

37%

Seminole  

216

281

30%

St. Johns  

154

177

15%

St. Lucie  

130

169

30%

Sumter  

90

114

27%

Suwannee  

46

78

70%

Taylor  

1

1

0%

Union  

2

2

0%

Volusia  

163

231

42%

Wakulla  

7

13

86%

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 15, 2020 (11am release)

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