Notes About the Data
- Our calculations assume Hispanic or Latino ethnicity may include any race. Race categories are mutually exclusive and defined as Not Hispanic or Latino.
- One or more standard race categories are not reported or otherwise specified by the state. These categories may or may not be included in the "Other race" category in our data.
- Population sizes are taken from the Census Bureau’s 2019 ACS 5-Year estimates Table B03002.
Cumulative Per Capita Data
In Texas, through March 7, 2021:
- Black / African American people were most likely to have contracted COVID-19
- Hispanic / Latino people were most likely to have died from COVID-19
Cases per 100,000 peopleDeaths per 100,000 peopleBlack / African American
Hispanic / Latino
Graphic only includes demographic groups reported by the state. Race categories are mutually exclusive and defined as not Hispanic or Latino.
Cases and deaths by race/ethnicity
|Black or African American alone||12%||19%||10%||Texas did not report race/ethnicity data for tests through March 7, 2021.||Texas did not report race/ethnicity data for hospitalizations through March 7, 2021.|
|Hispanic or Latino *||39%||41%||46%|
|Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander alone||<1%||0%||0%|
|American Indian or Alaska Native alone||<1%||0%||0%|
|Two or more races||2%||0%||0%|
|Some other race alone||<1%||<1%||<1%|
Notes for Texas
- * Hispanic or Latino ethnicity, any race. All other race categories in this table are defined as Not Hispanic or Latino.
- This data should not be compared with percentage of the the population.
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Data as of March 7, 2021 | Data last collected by CTP March 7, 2021
Texas does not report race/ethnicity data for tests or hospitalizations.