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COVID-19 Case, Hospitalization and Death Rates: State of Florida and Pinellas Counties as of September 23, 2020

Stephanie Z. Reed, PhD, MPH

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The data in the following graphs represent rates of COVID cases, hospitalizations and deaths by race/ethnicity for each group that the data are collected for.  Data used to calculate rates are publicly available from the Florida Department of Health County and State Reports which are published daily, and the Census QuickFacts 2019 Population Estimates published by the U.S. Census Bureau.  The Florida Department of Health categorizes race as Black, White and Other. 'Other' race includes any person with a race of American Indian/Alaskan Native, Asian, Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander, or other. Patients for whom race is unknown are not represented in these visualizations. Rates for Hispanic ethnicity are combined across all racial groups in these graphs.  All rate ratios are calculated with White as the reference group. Death rates are published for Florida only, as death counts by race/ethnicity for Pinellas county remain small, and therefore, rates are unreliable.

Data Sources:

U.S. Census Bureau, Pinellas County Quick Facts. Accessed 4/20/20.

U.S. Census Bureau, Hillsborough County Quick Facts. Accessed 4/20/20.

Florida Department of Health. 2019 Novel Coronavirus Response (COVID-19). Accessed 9/23/20.

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COVID-19 Case, Hospitalization and Death Rates: State of Florida and Pinellas Counties as of September 16, 2020

Stephanie Z. Reed, PhD, MPH

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The data in the following graphs represent rates of COVID cases, hospitalizations and deaths by race/ethnicity for each group that the data are collected for.  Data used to calculate rates are publicly available from the Florida Department of Health County and State Reports which are published daily, and the Census QuickFacts 2019 Population Estimates published by the U.S. Census Bureau.  The Florida Department of Health categorizes race as Black, White and Other. 'Other' race includes any person with a race of American Indian/Alaskan Native, Asian, Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander, or other. Patients for whom race is unknown are not represented in these visualizations. Rates for Hispanic ethnicity are combined across all racial groups in these graphs.  All rate ratios are calculated with White as the reference group. Death rates are published for Florida only, as death counts by race/ethnicity for Pinellas county remain small, and therefore, rates are unreliable.

Data Sources:

U.S. Census Bureau, Pinellas County Quick Facts. Accessed 4/20/20.

U.S. Census Bureau, Hillsborough County Quick Facts. Accessed 4/20/20.

Florida Department of Health. 2019 Novel Coronavirus Response (COVID-19). Accessed 9/16/20.

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COVID-19 Case, Hospitalization and Death Rates: State of Florida and Pinellas Counties as of September 10, 2020

Stephanie Z. Reed, PhD, MPH

Pinellas County COVID-19 Case Rates by Date, Race/Ethnicity

The data in the following graphs represent rates of COVID cases, hospitalizations, and deaths by race/ethnicity for each group that the data are collected for.  Data used to calculate rates are publicly available from the Florida Department of Health County and State Reports which are published daily, and the Census QuickFacts 2019 Population Estimates published by the U.S. Census Bureau.  The Florida Department of Health categorizes race as Black, White, and Other. 'Other' race includes any person with a race of American Indian/Alaskan Native, Asian, Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander, or other. Patients for whom the race is unknown are not represented in these visualizations. Rates for Hispanic ethnicity are combined across all racial groups in these graphs.  All rate ratios are calculated with White as the reference group. Death rates are published for Florida only, as death counts by race/ethnicity for Pinellas county remain small, and therefore, rates are unreliable.

Data Sources:

U.S. Census Bureau, Pinellas County Quick Facts. Accessed 4/20/20.

U.S. Census Bureau, Hillsborough County Quick Facts. Accessed 4/20/20.

Florida Department of Health. 2019 Novel Coronavirus Response (COVID-19). Accessed 9/10/20.

Florida COVID-19 Case Rates by Date, Race/Ethnicity

Florida COVID-19 Hospitalization Rates by Date, Race/Ethnicity

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COVID-19 Case, Hospitalization and Death Rates: State of Florida and Pinellas Counties as of September 3, 2020

Stephanie Z. Reed, PhD, MPH

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The data in the following graphs represent rates of COVID cases, hospitalizations and deaths by race/ethnicity for each group that the data are collected for.  Data used to calculate rates are publicly available from the Florida Department of Health County and State Reports which are published daily, and the Census QuickFacts 2019 Population Estimates published by the U.S. Census Bureau.  The Florida Department of Health categorizes race as Black, White and Other. 'Other' race includes any person with a race of American Indian/Alaskan Native, Asian, Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander, or other. Patients for whom race is unknown are not represented in these visualizations. Rates for Hispanic ethnicity are combined across all racial groups in these graphs.  All rate ratios are calculated with White as the reference group. Death rates are published for Florida only, as death counts by race/ethnicity for Pinellas county remain small, and therefore, rates are unreliable. Data Sources:

U.S. Census Bureau, Pinellas County Quick Facts. Accessed 4/20/20.

U.S. Census Bureau, Hillsborough County Quick Facts. Accessed 4/20/20.

Florida Department of Health. 2019 Novel Coronavirus Response (COVID-19). Accessed 9/3/20.

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COVID-19 Case, Hospitalization and Death Rates: State of Florida and Pinellas Counties as of August 20, 2020

Stephanie Z. Reed, PhD, MPH

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The data in the following graphs represent rates of COVID cases, hospitalizations and deaths by race/ethnicity for each group that the data are collected for.  Data used to calculate rates are publicly available from the Florida Department of Health County and State Reports which are published daily, and the Census QuickFacts 2019 Population Estimates published by the U.S. Census Bureau.  The Florida Department of Health categorizes race as Black, White and Other. 'Other' race includes any person with a race of American Indian/Alaskan Native, Asian, Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander, or other. Patients for whom race is unknown are not represented in these visualizations. Rates for Hispanic ethnicity are combined across all racial groups in these graphs.  All rate ratios are calculated with White as the reference group. Death rates are published for Florida only, as death counts by race/ethnicity for Pinellas county remain small, and therefore, rates are unreliable.

Data Sources:

U.S. Census Bureau, Pinellas County Quick Facts. Accessed 4/20/20.

U.S. Census Bureau, Hillsborough County Quick Facts. Accessed 4/20/20.

Florida Department of Health. 2019 Novel Coronavirus Response (COVID-19). Accessed 8/20/20.

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COVID-19 Case, Hospitalization and Death Rates: State of Florida and Pinellas Counties as of August 13, 2020

Stephanie Z. Reed, PhD, MPH

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The data in the following graphs represent rates of COVID cases, hospitalizations and deaths by race/ethnicity for each group that the data are collected for.  Data used to calculate rates are publicly available from the Florida Department of Health County and State Reports which are published daily, and the Census QuickFacts 2019 Population Estimates published by the U.S. Census Bureau.  The Florida Department of Health categorizes race as Black, White and Other. 'Other' race includes any person with a race of American Indian/Alaskan Native, Asian, Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander, or other. Patients for whom race is unknown are not represented in these visualizations. Rates for Hispanic ethnicity are combined across all racial groups in these graphs.  All rate ratios are calculated with White as the reference group. Death rates are published for Florida only, as death counts by race/ethnicity for Pinellas county remain small, and therefore, rates are unreliable.

Data Sources:

U.S. Census Bureau, Pinellas County Quick Facts. Accessed 4/20/20. U.S. Census Bureau, Hillsborough County Quick Facts. Accessed 4/20/20.

Florida Department of Health. 2019 Novel Coronavirus Response (COVID-19). Accessed 8/13/20.

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COVID-19 Case, Hospitalization and Death Rates: State of Florida and Pinellas Counties as of August 6, 2020

Stephanie Z. Reed, PhD, MPH

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The data in the following graphs represent rates of COVID cases, hospitalizations and deaths by race/ethnicity for each group that the data are collected for.  Data used to calculate rates are publicly available from the Florida Department of Health County and State Reports which are published daily, and the Census QuickFacts 2019 Population Estimates published by the U.S. Census Bureau.  The Florida Department of Health categorizes race as Black, White and Other. 'Other' race includes any person with a race of American Indian/Alaskan Native, Asian, Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander, or other. Patients for whom race is unknown are not represented in these visualizations. Rates for Hispanic ethnicity are combined across all racial groups in these graphs.  All rate ratios are calculated with White as the reference group. Death rates are published for Florida only, as death counts by race/ethnicity for Pinellas county remain small, and therefore, rates are unreliable.

Data Sources:

U.S. Census Bureau, Pinellas County Quick Facts. Accessed 4/20/20.

U.S. Census Bureau, Hillsborough County Quick Facts. Accessed 4/20/20.

Florida Department of Health. 2019 Novel Coronavirus Response (COVID-19). Accessed 8/6/20.

Analysis by: Stephanie Z. Reed, PhD, MPH

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COVID-19 Case, Hospitalization and Death Rates: State of Florida and Pinellas Counties as of July 30, 2020

Stephanie Z. Reed, PhD, MPH

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The data in the following graphs represent rates of COVID cases, hospitalizations and deaths by race/ethnicity for each group that the data are collected for. Data used to calculate rates are publicly available from the Florida Department of Health County and State Reports which are published daily, and the Census QuickFacts 2019 Population Estimates published by the U.S. Census Bureau. The Florida Department of Health categorizes race as Black, White and Other. 'Other' race includes any person with a race of American Indian/Alaskan Native, Asian, Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander, or other. Patients for whom race is unknown are not represented in these visualizations. Rates for Hispanic ethnicity are combined across all racial groups in these graphs. All rate ratios are calculated with White as the reference group. Death rates are published for Florida only, as death counts by race/ethnicity for Pinellas county remain small, and therefore, rates are unreliable.

Data Sources:

U.S. Census Bureau, Pinellas County Quick Facts. Accessed 4/20/20.

U.S. Census Bureau, Hillsborough County Quick Facts. Accessed 4/20/20.

Florida Department of Health. 2019 Novel Coronavirus Response (COVID-19). Accessed 7/30/20.

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COVID-19 Case, Hospitalization and Death Rates: State of Florida and Pinellas Counties as of July 27, 2020

Stephanie Z. Reed, PhD, MPH

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The data in the following graphs represent rates of COVID cases, hospitalizations and deaths by race/ethnicity for each group that the data are collected for.  Data used to calculate rates are publicly available from the Florida Department of Health County and State Reports which are published daily, and the Census QuickFacts 2019 Population Estimates published by the U.S. Census Bureau.  The Florida Department of Health categorizes race as Black, White and Other. Other race includes any person with a race of American Indian/Alaskan Native, Asian, Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander, or other. Rates for Hispanic ethnicity are combined across all racial groups in these graphs.  All rate ratios are calculated with White as the reference group. Death rates are published for Florida only, as death counts by race/ethnicity for Pinellas counties remain small, and therefore, rates are unreliable.

Data Sources:

U.S. Census Bureau, Pinellas County Quick Facts. Accessed 4/20/20.

U.S. Census Bureau, Hillsborough County Quick Facts. Accessed 4/20/20.

Florida Department of Health. 2019 Novel Coronavirus Response (COVID-19). Accessed 7/27/20.

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COVID-19 Case, Hospitalization and Death Rates: State of Florida and Pinellas Counties as of July 25, 2020

Stephanie Z. Reed, PhD, MPH

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The data in the following graphs represent rates of COVID cases, hospitalizations and deaths by race/ethnicity for each group that the data are collected for.  Data used to calculate rates are publicly available from the Florida Department of Health County and State Reports which are published daily, and the Census QuickFacts 2019 Population Estimates published by the U.S. Census Bureau.  The Florida Department of Health categorizes race as Black, White and Other. Other race includes any person with a race of American Indian/Alaskan Native, Asian, Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander, or other. Rates for Hispanic ethnicity are combined across all racial groups in these graphs.  All rate ratios are calculated with White as the reference group. Death rates are published for Florida only, as death counts by race/ethnicity for Pinellas counties remain small, and therefore, rates are unreliable.

Data Sources:

U.S. Census Bureau, Pinellas County Quick Facts. Accessed 4/20/20.

U.S. Census Bureau, Hillsborough County Quick Facts. Accessed 4/20/20.

Florida Department of Health. 2019 Novel Coronavirus Response (COVID-19). Accessed 7/25/20.

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COVID-19 Case, Hospitalization and Death Rates: State of Florida and Pinellas Counties as of July 16, 2020

Stephanie Z. Reed, PhD, MPH

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The data in the following graphs represent rates of COVID cases, hospitalizations and deaths by race/ethnicity for each group that the data are collected for.  Data used to calculate rates are publicly available from the Florida Department of Health County and State Reports which are published daily, and the Census QuickFacts 2019 Population Estimates published by the U.S. Census Bureau.  The Florida Department of Health categorizes race as Black, White and Other. Other race includes any person with a race of American Indian/Alaskan Native, Asian, Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander, or other. Rates for Hispanic ethnicity are combined across all racial groups in these graphs.  All rate ratios are calculated with White as the reference group. Death rates are published for Florida only, as death counts by race/ethnicity for Pinellas counties remain small, and therefore, rates are unreliable.

Data Sources:

U.S. Census Bureau, Pinellas County Quick Facts. Accessed 4/20/20. U.S. Census Bureau, Hillsborough County Quick Facts. Accessed 4/20/20.

Florida Department of Health. 2019 Novel Coronavirus Response (COVID-19). Accessed 7/16/20.

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COVID-19 Case, Hospitalization and Death Rates: State of Florida and Pinellas Counties as of July 13, 2020

Stephanie Z. Reed, PhD, MPH

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COVID-19 Case, Hospitalization and Death Rates: State of Florida and Pinellas Counties as of July 13, 2020 The data in the following graphs represent rates of COVID cases, hospitalizations and deaths by race/ethnicity for each group that the data are collected for.  Data used to calculate rates are publicly available from the Florida Department of Health County and State Reports which are published daily, and the Census QuickFacts 2019 Population Estimates published by the U.S. Census Bureau.  The Florida Department of Health categorizes race as Black, White and Other. Other race includes any person with a race of American Indian/Alaskan Native, Asian, Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander, or other. Rates for Hispanic ethnicity are combined across all racial groups in these graphs.  All rate ratios are calculated with White as the reference group. Death rates are published for Florida only, as death counts by race/ethnicity for Pinellas counties remain small, and therefore, rates are unreliable.

Data Sources:

U.S. Census Bureau, Pinellas County Quick Facts. Accessed 4/20/20.

U.S. Census Bureau, Hillsborough County Quick Facts. Accessed 4/20/20.

Florida Department of Health. 2019 Novel Coronavirus Response (COVID-19). Accessed 7/13/20.

Analysis by: Stephanie Z. Reed, PhD, MPH

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7/9/2020 Introduction 1/1 COVID-19 Case, Hospitalization and Death Rates: State of Florida and Pinellas Counties as of July 9, 2020

Stephanie Z. Reed, PhD, MPH

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The data in the following graphs represent rates of COVID cases, hospitalizations and deaths by race/ethnicity for each group that the data are collected for.  Data used to calculate rates are publicly available from the Florida Department of Health County and State Reports which are published daily, and the Census QuickFacts 2019 Population Estimates published by the U.S. Census Bureau.  The Florida Department of Health categorizes race as Black, White, and Other. Other race includes any person with a race of American Indian/Alaskan Native, Asian, Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander, or other. Rates for Hispanic ethnicity are combined across all racial groups in these graphs.  All rate ratios are calculated with White as the reference group. Death rates are published for Florida only, as death counts by race/ethnicity for Pinellas counties remain small, and therefore, rates are unreliable.

Data Sources:

U.S. Census Bureau, Pinellas County Quick Facts. Accessed 4/20/20. U.S. Census Bureau, Hillsborough County Quick Facts. Accessed 4/20/20.

Florida Department of Health. 2019 Novel Coronavirus Response (COVID-19). Accessed 7/9/20.

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COVID-19 Case, Hospitalization and Death Rates: State of Florida and Pinellas Counties as of July 6, 2020

Stephanie Z. Reed, PhD, MPH

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The data in the following graphs represent rates of COVID cases, hospitalizations and deaths by race/ethnicity for each group that the data are collected for.  Data used to calculate rates are publicly available from the Florida Department of Health County and State Reports which are published daily, and the Census QuickFacts 2019 Population Estimates published by the U.S. Census Bureau.  The Florida Department of Health categorizes race as Black, White and Other. Other race includes any person with a race of American Indian/Alaskan native, Asian, native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander, or other. Rates for Hispanic ethnicity are combined across all racial groups in these graphs.  All rate ratios are calculated with White as the reference group. Death rates are published for Florida only, as death counts by race/ethnicity for Pinellas counties remain small, and therefore, rates are unreliable.

Data Sources:

U.S. Census Bureau, Pinellas County Quick Facts. Accessed 4/20/20.

U.S. Census Bureau, Hillsborough County Quick Facts. Accessed 4/20/20.

Florida Department of Health. 2019 Novel Coronavirus Response (COVID-19). Accessed 7/6/20.

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COVID-19 Case, Hospitalization and Death Rates: State of Florida and Pinellas Counties as of June 29, 2020

Stephanie Z. Reed, PhD, MPH

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The data in the following graphs represent rates of COVID cases, hospitalizations and deaths by race/ethnicity for each group that the data are collected for. Data used to calculate rates are publicly available from the Florida Department of Health County and State Reports which are published daily, and the Census QuickFacts 2019 Population Estimates published by the U.S. Census Bureau. The Florida Department of Health categorizes race as Black, White and Other. Other race includes any person with a race of American Indian/Alaskan Native, Asian, Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander, or other. Rates for Hispanic ethnicity are combined across all racial groups in these graphs. All rate ratios are calculated with White as the reference group. Death rates are published for Florida only, as death counts by race/ethnicity for Pinellas counties remain small, and therefore, rates are unreliable.

Data Sources:

U.S. Census Bureau, Pinellas County Quick Facts. Accessed 4/20/20. U.S. Census Bureau, Hillsborough County Quick Facts. Accessed 4/20/20.

Florida Department of Health. 2019 Novel Coronavirus Response (COVID-19). Accessed 6/29/20.

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COVID-19 Case, Hospitalization and Death Rates: State of Florida and Pinellas Counties as of June 22, 2020

Stephanie Z. Reed, PhD, MPH

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The data in the following graphs represent rates of COVID cases, hospitalizations and deaths by race/ethnicity for each group that the data are collected for.  Data used to calculate rates are publicly available from the Florida Department of Health County and State Reports which are published daily, and the Census QuickFacts 2019 Population Estimates published by the U.S. Census Bureau.  The Florida Department of Health categorizes race as Black, White and Other. Other race includes any person with a race of American Indian/Alaskan native, Asian, native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander, or other. Rates for Hispanic ethnicity are combined across all racial groups in these graphs.  All rate ratios are calculated with White as the reference group. Death rates are published for Florida only, as death counts by race/ethnicity for Pinellas counties remain small, and therefore, rates are unreliable.

Data Sources:

U.S. Census Bureau, Pinellas County Quick Facts. Accessed 4/20/20.

U.S. Census Bureau, Hillsborough County Quick Facts. Accessed 4/20/20.

Florida Department of Health. 2019 Novel Coronavirus Response (COVID-19). Accessed 6/22/20.

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COVID-19 Case, Hospitalization and Death Rates: State of Florida and Pinellas Counties as of June 18, 2020

Stephanie Z. Reed, PhD, MPH

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The data in the following graphs represent rates of COVID cases, hospitalizations and deaths by race/ethnicity for each group that the data are collected for. Data used to calculate rates are publicly available from the Florida Department of Health County and State Reports which are published daily, and the Census QuickFacts 2019 Population Estimates published by the U.S. Census Bureau. The Florida Department of Health categorizes race as Black, White and Other. Other race includes any person with a race of American Indian/Alaskan Native, Asian, Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander, or other. Rates for Hispanic ethnicity are combined across all racial groups in these graphs. All rate ratios are calculated with White as the reference group. Death rates are published for Florida only, as death counts by race/ethnicity for Pinellas counties remain small, and therefore, rates are unreliable.

Data Sources:

U.S. Census Bureau, Pinellas County Quick Facts. Accessed 4/20/20.

U.S. Census Bureau, Hillsborough County Quick Facts. Accessed 4/20/20.

Florida Department of Health. 2019 Novel Coronavirus Response (COVID-19) Accessed 6/18/20.

Florida COVID-19 Case Rates by Date, Race/Ethnicity

Florida COVID-19 Hospitalization Rates by Date, Race/Ethnicity

Florida COVID-19 Death Rates by Date, Race/Ethnicity

Pinellas County COVID-19 Case Rates by Date, Race/Ethnicity

Pinellas County COVID-19 Hospitalization Rates by Date, Race/Ethnicity

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COVID-19 Case, Hospitalization and Death Rates: State of Florida and Pinellas Counties as of June 11, 2020

Stephanie Z. Reed, PhD, MPH

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The data in the following graphs represent rates of COVID cases, hospitalizations and deaths by race/ethnicity for each group that the data are collected for. Data used to calculate rates are publicly available from the Florida Department of Health County and State Reports which are published daily, and the CensusQuickFacts 2019 Population Estimates published by the U.S. Census Bureau. The Florida Department of Health categorizes race as Black, White, and Other. Other race includes any person with race of American Indian/Alaskan Native, Asian, Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander, or other. Rates for Hispanic ethnicity are combined across all racial groups in these graphs. All rate ratios are calculated with white as the reference group. Death rates are published for Florida only, as death counts by race/ethnicity for Pinellas counties remain small, and therefore, rates are unreliable.

DataSources:

U.S. Census Bureau, Pinellas County Quick Facts: Accessed 4/20/20.

U.S. Census Bureau, Hillsborough County Quick Facts: Accessed 4/20/20.

Florida Department of Health. 2019 Novel Coronavirus Response (COVID-19): Accessed 6/11/20.

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COVID-19 Case, Hospitalization and Death Rates: State of Florida and Pinellas Counties as of June 4, 2020

Stephanie Z. Reed, PhD, MPH

Pinellas County COVID-19 Case Rates by Date, Race/Ethnicity, June 4, 2020

The data in the following graphs represent rates of COVID cases, hospitalizations and deaths by race/ethnicity for each group that the data are collected for. Data used to calculate rates are publicly available from the Florida Department of Health County and State Reports which are published daily, and the Census QuickFacts 2019 Population Estimates published by the U.S. Census Bureau. The Florida Department of Health categorizes race as Black, White and Other. Other race includes any person with a race of American Indian/Alaskan native, Asian, native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander, or other. Rates for Hispanic ethnicity are combined across all racial groups in these graphs. All rate ratios are calculated with White as the reference group. Death rates are published for Florida only, as death counts by race/ethnicity for Pinellas County remains small, and therefore, rates are unreliable.

Data Sources:

U.S. Census Bureau, Pinellas County Quick Facts. Accessed 4/20/20.

U.S. Census Bureau, Hillsborough County Quick Facts: Accessed 4/20/20.

Florida Department of Health. 2020 Novel Coronavirus Response (COVID-19). Accessed 6/4/20.

Florida COVID-19 Case Rates by Date, Race/Ethnicity, June 4, 2020

Florida COVID-19 Hospitalization Rates by Date, Race/Ethnicity, June 4, 2020

Florida COVID-19 Death Rates by Date, Race/Ethnicity, June 4, 2020

Pinellas County COVID-19 Case Rates by Date, Race/Ethnicity, June 4, 2020

Pinellas County COVID-19 Hospitalization Rates by Date, Race/Ethnicity, June 4, 2020

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