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 16, 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 16, 2020.

Confirmed COVID-19 Cases

State

4/8/20

4/15/20

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

Rank by Growth Rate (Highest=1st)

Change from Previous Ranking

South Dakota

393

1168

197%

1

Rhode Island

1450

3251

124%

2

Kentucky

1149

2210

92%

3

↑9

Connecticut

7781

14755

90%

4

↑7

Maryland

5529

10032

81%

5

↓2

Delaware

1116

2014

80%

6

↓2

Virginia

3645

6500

78%

7

Massachusetts

16790

29918

78%

8

Alabama

2328

4075

75%

9

Iowa

1145

1995

74%

10

Nebraska

519

901

74%

11

↓6

Mississippi

2003

3360

68%

12

↑5

New Mexico

902

1484

65%

13

↑13

Illinois

15078

24593

63%

14

↓8

Texas

9777

15907

63%

15

Pennsylvania

16631

26753

61%

16

↓3

Puerto Rico

620

974

57%

17

↑1

Arkansas

1000

1569

57%

18

↑2

Minnesota

1154

1809

57%

19

North Carolina

3499

5340

53%

20

↑3

District of Columbia

1440

2197

53%

21

↓7

New Hampshire

747

1139

52%

22

↑28

Ohio

5148

7794

51%

23

↑4

Georgia

9901

14987

51%

24

↓8

South Carolina

2417

3656

51%

25

↑7

Indiana

5943

8960

51%

26

↓1

New Jersey

47437

71030

50%

27

↓3

Missouri

3209

4791

49%

28

Oklahoma

1526

2263

48%

29

↑1

Florida

15456

22511

46%

30

↓1

North Dakota

251

365

45%

31

↑6

West Virginia

483

702

45%

32

↓10

Kansas

1046

1504

44%

33

↓12

Maine

537

770

43%

34

↑5

Nevada

2259

3211

42%

35

↓4

New York

151061

214454

42%

36

↓1

California

18897

26686

41%

37

↓3

Oregon

1181

1663

41%

38

↓2

Colorado

5655

7956

41%

39

↓6

Michigan

20346

28059

38%

40

↓2

Utah

1855

2548

37%

41

Wisconsin

2710

3721

37%

42

Tennessee

4363

5827

34%

43

↓3

Arizona

3036

3964

31%

44

Wyoming

221

287

30%

45

↑2

Alaska

226

293

30%

46

↓3

Louisiana

17030

21951

29%

47

↓2

Hawaii

410

524

28%

48

↑3

Vermont

605

759

25%

49

↓3

Idaho

1210

1473

22%

50

↓1

Montana

332

404

22%

51

↓1

Washington

9276

10942

18%

52

Source: Johns Hopkins Center for Systems Science and Engineering.

Confirmed Cases by US State, as of April 16, 2020.

Confirmed COVID-19 Cases

Florida County

4/9/20

4/16/20

Rolling 7-Day Growth Rate in Confirmed Cases (4/9-4/16)

Alachua  

150

199

33%

Baker  

16

17

6%

Bay  

30

39

30%

Bradford  

20

37

85%

Brevard  

106

187

76%

Broward  

2454

3459

41%

Calhoun  

4

5

25%

Charlotte  

79

124

57%

Citrus  

57

75

32%

Clay  

103

170

65%

Collier  

292

408

40%

Columbia  

17

34

100%

Dade  

5745

8131

42%

Desoto  

19

22

16%

Dixie  

1

3

200%

Duval  

580

769

33%

Escambia  

184

265

44%

Flagler  

37

46

24%

Franklin  

2

2

0%

Gadsden  

10

42

320%

Gilchrist  

3

6

100%

Glades  

4

5

25%

Gulf  

1

1

0%

Hamilton  

1

2

100%

Hardee  

3

4

33%

Hendry  

11

26

136%

Hernando  

58

74

28%

Highlands  

45

65

44%

Hillsborough  

644

873

36%

Holmes  

2

4

100%

Indian River  

68

81

19%

Jackson  

5

6

20%

Jefferson  

8

22

175%

Lafayette  

1

1

0%

Lake  

139

184

32%

Lee  

496

681

37%

Leon  

74

156

111%

Levy  

6

9

50%

Liberty  

0

2

200%

Madison  

12

16

33%

Manatee  

175

288

65%

Marion  

72

107

49%

Martin  

109

140

28%

Monroe  

52

66

27%

Nassau  

30

40

33%

Okaloosa  

80

114

43%

Okeechobee  

5

5

0%

Orange  

857

1089

27%

Osceola  

295

367

24%

Palm Beach  

1260

1841

46%

Pasco  

128

190

48%

Pinellas  

413

520

26%

Polk  

212

293

38%

Putnam  

25

47

88%

Santa Rosa  

71

117

65%

Sarasota  

190

255

34%

Seminole  

228

300

32%

St. Johns  

162

181

12%

St. Lucie  

132

179

36%

Sumter  

98

117

19%

Suwannee  

54

81

50%

Taylor  

1

1

0%

Union  

2

2

0%

Volusia  

179

255

42%

Wakulla  

7

13

86%

Walton  

26

29

12%

Washington  

3

5

67%

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

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Florida Department of Health, Data as of April 16, 2020 (11am release)

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