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Here’s the latest race and ethnicity data from every state and territory that reports it.

This dashboard includes topline data from our complete race and ethnicity dataset, which is updated twice per week.

This data is presented alongside corresponding population data for each racial or ethnic group from the Census Bureau’s 2019 ACS 5-Year estimates. Note that we have used standard Census categories for race and ethnicity throughout this dashboard, but many states are currently reporting their data using non-standard categories.

See our full dataset as a spreadsheet or CSV, and see our latest analysis of this data on our Racial Data Tracker.

How many states report race and ethnicity data?

Race/ethnicity data for cases:

51
of 56 states & territories

Race/ethnicity for deaths:

51
of 56 states & territories

Race and ethnicity data by state

Alabama

Alabama has reported race data for:

57% of Cases

72% of Deaths

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The following tables reflect only those cases and deaths where race is known and reported by Alabama. If this state’s reporting percentages are low, interpret with caution.

Cases and deaths by race

RacePercentage of
population
Percentage of
cases
Percentage of
deaths
Alert iconPercentage of
tests
Alert iconPercentage of
hospitalizations
Black or African American alone27%29%
31%
Alabama did not report race data for tests through March 7, 2021.Alabama did not report race data for hospitalizations through March 7, 2021.
Hispanic or Latino 4%7%
2%
Asian alone1%<1%
<1%
Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander alone<1%0%0%
American Indian or Alaska Native alone<1%0%0%
Two or more races2%0%0%
White alone68%57%
65%
Some other race alone1%13%4%

Notes on race for Alabama

  • This data should not be compared with percentage of the the population. Alabama does not specify if this race category is included under a grouping it labels "Other."

Alabama has reported ethnicity data for:

36% of Cases

61% of Deaths

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The following tables reflect only those cases and deaths where ethnicity is known and reported by Alabama. If this state’s reporting percentages are low, interpret with caution.

Cases and deaths by ethnicity

EthnicityPercentage of
population
Percentage of
cases
Percentage of
deaths
Alert iconPercentage of
tests
Alert iconPercentage of
hospitalizations
Hispanic or Latino4%7%
2%
Alabama did not report ethnicity data for tests through March 7, 2021.Alabama did not report ethnicity data for hospitalizations through March 7, 2021.
Not Hispanic or Latino96%93%
98%

Alaska

Alaska has reported race data for:

80% of Cases

98% of Deaths

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90% of Hospitalizations

The following tables reflect only those cases and deaths where race is known and reported by Alaska. If this state’s reporting percentages are low, interpret with caution.

Cases and deaths by race

RacePercentage of
population
Percentage of
cases
Percentage of
deaths
Alert iconPercentage of
tests
Percentage of
hospitalizations
Black or African American alone3%3%
3%
Alaska did not report race data for tests through March 7, 2021.4%
Hispanic or Latino 7%10%
4%
7%
Asian alone6%5%
10%
0%
Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander alone1%3%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
6%
11%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
American Indian or Alaska Native alone15%26%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
37%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
29%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
Two or more races2%9%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
1%
6%
White alone65%38%
43%
36%
Some other race alone8%15%
<1%
5%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.

Notes on race for Alaska

  • Racial/ethnic disparity likely. Racial/ethnic disparity likely. See why

Alaska has reported ethnicity data for:

55% of Cases

96% of Deaths

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78% of Hospitalizations

The following tables reflect only those cases and deaths where ethnicity is known and reported by Alaska. If this state’s reporting percentages are low, interpret with caution.

Cases and deaths by ethnicity

EthnicityPercentage of
population
Percentage of
cases
Percentage of
deaths
Alert iconPercentage of
tests
Percentage of
hospitalizations
Hispanic or Latino7%10%
4%
Alaska did not report ethnicity data for tests through March 7, 2021.7%
Not Hispanic or Latino93%90%
96%
93%

Notes on ethnicity for Alaska

  • Racial/ethnic disparity likely. Racial/ethnic disparity likely. See why

Arizona

Arizona has reported race and ethnicity data for:

82% of Cases

93% of Deaths

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97% of Hospitalizations

The following tables reflect only those cases and deaths where race/ethnicity is known and reported by Arizona. If this state’s reporting percentages are low, interpret with caution.

Cases and deaths by race/ethnicity

Race/ethnicityPercentage of
population
Percentage of
cases
Percentage of
deaths
Alert iconPercentage of
tests
Percentage of
hospitalizations
Black or African American alone4%4%
3%
Arizona did not report race/ethnicity data for tests through March 7, 2021.4%
Hispanic or Latino *31%36%
31%
33%
Asian alone3%2%1%0%
Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander alone<1%0%0%0%
American Indian or Alaska Native alone4%6%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
9%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
8%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
Two or more races2%0%0%0%
White alone55%45%
53%
48%
Some other race alone<1%7%3%5%

Notes for Arizona

  • Racial/ethnic disparity likely. Racial/ethnic disparity likely. See why
  • * 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. Arizona reports Asian as a panracial category, including Asian, Pacific Islander, and Native Hawaiian.
  • This data should not be compared with percentage of the the population. Arizona does not specify if this race category is included under a grouping it labels "Other, non-Hispanic"

Arkansas

Arkansas has reported race data for:

87% of Cases

99% of Deaths

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The following tables reflect only those cases and deaths where race is known and reported by Arkansas. If this state’s reporting percentages are low, interpret with caution.

Cases and deaths by race

RacePercentage of
population
Percentage of
cases
Percentage of
deaths
Alert iconPercentage of
tests
Alert iconPercentage of
hospitalizations
Black or African American alone15%18%
15%
Arkansas did not report race data for tests through March 7, 2021.Arkansas did not report race data for hospitalizations through March 7, 2021.
Hispanic or Latino 7%11%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
3%
Asian alone2%1%
<1%
Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander alone<1%1%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
1%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
American Indian or Alaska Native alone<1%<1%
<1%
Two or more races3%<1%<1%
White alone77%73%
79%
Some other race alone3%6%4%

Notes on race for Arkansas

  • Racial/ethnic disparity likely. Racial/ethnic disparity likely. See why
  • This data should not be compared with percentage of the the population. Arkansas does not specify if this race category is included under a grouping it labels "Other."

Arkansas has reported ethnicity data for:

87% of Cases

100% of Deaths

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The following tables reflect only those cases and deaths where ethnicity is known and reported by Arkansas. If this state’s reporting percentages are low, interpret with caution.

Cases and deaths by ethnicity

EthnicityPercentage of
population
Percentage of
cases
Percentage of
deaths
Alert iconPercentage of
tests
Alert iconPercentage of
hospitalizations
Hispanic or Latino7%11%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
3%
Arkansas did not report ethnicity data for tests through March 7, 2021.Arkansas did not report ethnicity data for hospitalizations through March 7, 2021.
Not Hispanic or Latino93%89%
97%

Notes on ethnicity for Arkansas

  • Racial/ethnic disparity likely. Racial/ethnic disparity likely. See why

California

California has reported race and ethnicity data for:

78% of Cases

97% of Deaths

63% of Tests

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The following tables reflect only those cases and deaths where race/ethnicity is known and reported by California. If this state’s reporting percentages are low, interpret with caution.

Cases and deaths by race/ethnicity

Race/ethnicityPercentage of
population
Percentage of
cases
Percentage of
deaths
Percentage of
tests
Alert iconPercentage of
hospitalizations
Black or African American alone6%4%
6%
6%
California did not report race/ethnicity data for hospitalizations through March 7, 2021.
Hispanic or Latino *39%55%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
46%
30%
Asian alone14%7%
12%
0%
Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander alone<1%<1%
<1%
<1%
American Indian or Alaska Native alone<1%<1%
<1%
<1%
Two or more races3%2%
1%
<1%
White alone37%20%
31%
30%
Some other race alone<1%11%
2%
20%

Notes for California

  • Racial/ethnic disparity likely. Racial/ethnic disparity likely. See why
  • * Hispanic or Latino ethnicity, any race. All other race categories in this table are defined as Not Hispanic or Latino.

Colorado

Colorado has reported race and ethnicity data for:

77% of Cases

94% of Deaths

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The following tables reflect only those cases and deaths where race/ethnicity is known and reported by Colorado. If this state’s reporting percentages are low, interpret with caution.

Cases and deaths by race/ethnicity

Race/ethnicityPercentage of
population
Percentage of
cases
Percentage of
deaths
Alert iconPercentage of
tests
Alert iconPercentage of
hospitalizations
Black or African American alone4%4%
3%
Colorado did not report race/ethnicity data for tests through March 7, 2021.Colorado did not report race/ethnicity data for hospitalizations through March 7, 2021.
Hispanic or Latino *22%36%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
21%
Asian alone3%2%
2%
Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander alone<1%<1%
<1%
American Indian or Alaska Native alone<1%<1%
<1%
Two or more races2%2%
3%
White alone68%54%
68%
Some other race alone<1%<1%
<1%

Notes for Colorado

  • Racial/ethnic disparity likely. Racial/ethnic disparity likely. See why
  • * Hispanic or Latino ethnicity, any race. All other race categories in this table are defined as Not Hispanic or Latino.

Connecticut

Connecticut has reported race and ethnicity data for:

64% of Cases

98% of Deaths

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The following tables reflect only those cases and deaths where race/ethnicity is known and reported by Connecticut. If this state’s reporting percentages are low, interpret with caution.

Cases and deaths by race/ethnicity

Race/ethnicityPercentage of
population
Percentage of
cases
Percentage of
deaths
Alert iconPercentage of
tests
Alert iconPercentage of
hospitalizations
Black or African American alone10%11%
12%
Connecticut did not report race/ethnicity data for tests through March 7, 2021.Connecticut did not report race/ethnicity data for hospitalizations through March 7, 2021.
Hispanic or Latino *16%23%
10%
Asian alone4%2%1%
Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander alone<1%0%0%
American Indian or Alaska Native alone<1%<1%
<1%
Two or more races2%10%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
5%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
White alone67%47%
71%
Some other race alone<1%8%
<1%

Notes for Connecticut

  • Racial/ethnic disparity likely. Racial/ethnic disparity likely. See why
  • * 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. Connecticut reports Asian as a panracial category, including Asian, Pacific Islander, and Native Hawaiian.

Delaware

Delaware has reported race and ethnicity data for:

95% of Cases

100% of Deaths

88% of Tests

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The following tables reflect only those cases and deaths where race/ethnicity is known and reported by Delaware. If this state’s reporting percentages are low, interpret with caution.

Cases and deaths by race/ethnicity

Race/ethnicityPercentage of
population
Percentage of
cases
Percentage of
deaths
Percentage of
tests
Alert iconPercentage of
hospitalizations
Black or African American alone22%24%
22%
21%
Delaware did not report race/ethnicity data for hospitalizations through March 7, 2021.
Hispanic or Latino *9%17%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
5%
10%
Asian alone4%2%<1%0%
Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander alone<1%0%0%0%
American Indian or Alaska Native alone<1%0%0%0%
Two or more races2%0%0%0%
White alone62%51%
70%
56%
Some other race alone<1%6%1%10%

Notes for Delaware

  • Racial/ethnic disparity likely. Racial/ethnic disparity likely. See why
  • * 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. Delaware reports Asian as a panracial category, including Asian, Pacific Islander, and Native Hawaiian.
  • This data should not be compared with percentage of the the population. Delaware does not specify if this race category is included under a grouping it labels "Another/Multiple."

District of Columbia

District of Columbia has reported race data for:

99% of Cases

98% of Deaths

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The following tables reflect only those cases and deaths where race is known and reported by District of Columbia. If this state’s reporting percentages are low, interpret with caution.

Cases and deaths by race

RacePercentage of
population
Percentage of
cases
Percentage of
deaths
Alert iconPercentage of
tests
Alert iconPercentage of
hospitalizations
Black or African American alone46%49%
76%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
District of Columbia did not report race data for tests through March 7, 2021.District of Columbia did not report race data for hospitalizations through March 7, 2021.
Hispanic or Latino 11%22%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
12%
Asian alone4%2%
1%
Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander alone<1%<1%
0%
American Indian or Alaska Native alone<1%<1%
0%
Two or more races5%0%0%
White alone41%26%
10%
Some other race alone3%22%0%

Notes on race for District of Columbia

  • Racial/ethnic disparity likely. Racial/ethnic disparity likely. See why
  • This data should not be compared with percentage of the the population. For case data, District of Columbia includes this category under a grouping it labels "Other/Multiracial."
  • This data should not be compared with percentage of the the population. For death data, District of Columbia does not specify if this category is included under a grouping it labels "Other."

District of Columbia has reported ethnicity data for:

93% of Cases

98% of Deaths

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The following tables reflect only those cases and deaths where ethnicity is known and reported by District of Columbia. If this state’s reporting percentages are low, interpret with caution.

Cases and deaths by ethnicity

EthnicityPercentage of
population
Percentage of
cases
Percentage of
deaths
Alert iconPercentage of
tests
Alert iconPercentage of
hospitalizations
Hispanic or Latino11%22%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
12%
District of Columbia did not report ethnicity data for tests through March 7, 2021.District of Columbia did not report ethnicity data for hospitalizations through March 7, 2021.
Not Hispanic or Latino89%78%
88%

Notes on ethnicity for District of Columbia

  • Racial/ethnic disparity likely. Racial/ethnic disparity likely. See why

Florida

Florida has reported race and ethnicity data for:

85% of Cases

96% of Deaths

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96% of Hospitalizations

The following tables reflect only those cases and deaths where race/ethnicity is known and reported by Florida. If this state’s reporting percentages are low, interpret with caution.

Cases and deaths by race/ethnicity

Race/ethnicityPercentage of
population
Percentage of
cases
Percentage of
deaths
Alert iconPercentage of
tests
Percentage of
hospitalizations
Black or African American alone15%14%
16%
Florida did not report race/ethnicity data for tests through March 7, 2021.20%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
Hispanic or Latino *26%37%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
24%
26%
Asian alone3%0%0%0%
Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander alone<1%0%0%0%
American Indian or Alaska Native alone<1%0%0%0%
Two or more races2%0%0%0%
White alone54%40%
56%
48%
Some other race alone<1%9%5%5%

Notes for Florida

  • Racial/ethnic disparity likely. Racial/ethnic disparity likely. See why
  • * 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. Florida includes this race category under a grouping it labels "Other."

Georgia

Georgia has reported race and ethnicity data for:

66% of Cases

86% of Deaths

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96% of Hospitalizations

The following tables reflect only those cases and deaths where race/ethnicity is known and reported by Georgia. If this state’s reporting percentages are low, interpret with caution.

Cases and deaths by race/ethnicity

Race/ethnicityPercentage of
population
Percentage of
cases
Percentage of
deaths
Alert iconPercentage of
tests
Percentage of
hospitalizations
Black or African American alone31%32%
34%
Georgia did not report race/ethnicity data for tests through March 7, 2021.40%
Hispanic or Latino *10%13%
6%
11%
Asian alone4%3%
2%
0%
Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander alone<1%<1%
<1%
<1%
American Indian or Alaska Native alone<1%<1%
<1%
<1%
Two or more races2%0%0%0%
White alone53%47%
58%
44%
Some other race alone<1%5%<1%2%

Notes for Georgia

  • * 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. Georgia includes this race category under a grouping it labels "Multiracial/Other."

Guam

Guam has reported race data for:

92% of Cases

89% of Deaths

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The following tables reflect only those cases and deaths where race is known and reported by Guam. If this state’s reporting percentages are low, interpret with caution.

Cases and deaths by race

RacePercentage of
population
Percentage of
cases
Percentage of
deaths
Alert iconPercentage of
tests
Alert iconPercentage of
hospitalizations
Black or African American alone-0%0%Guam did not report race data for tests through March 7, 2021.Guam did not report race data for hospitalizations through March 7, 2021.
Hispanic or Latino -0%0%
Asian alone-32%28%
Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander alone-56%66%
American Indian or Alaska Native alone-0%0%
Two or more races-0%0%
White alone-6%3%
Some other race alone-6%3%

Notes on race for Guam

  • Census does not provide race or ethnicity information for Guam.
  • This data should not be compared with percentage of the the population.

Guam has reported ethnicity data for:

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The following tables reflect only those cases and deaths where ethnicity is known and reported by Guam. If this state’s reporting percentages are low, interpret with caution.

Hawaii

Hawaii has reported race data for:

69% of Cases

97% of Deaths

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62% of Hospitalizations

The following tables reflect only those cases and deaths where race is known and reported by Hawaii. If this state’s reporting percentages are low, interpret with caution.

Cases and deaths by race

RacePercentage of
population
Percentage of
cases
Percentage of
deaths
Alert iconPercentage of
tests
Percentage of
hospitalizations
Black or African American alone2%3%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
<1%
Hawaii did not report race data for tests through March 7, 2021.1%
Hispanic or Latino 10%0%
0%
0%
Asian alone38%31%
57%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
0%
Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander alone10%41%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
32%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
48%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
American Indian or Alaska Native alone<1%0%0%0%
Two or more races1%0%0%0%
White alone25%19%
9%
11%
Some other race alone24%5%1%3%

Notes on race for Hawaii

  • Racial/ethnic disparity likely. Racial/ethnic disparity likely. See why
  • This data should not be compared with percentage of the the population. Hawaii does not specify if this race category is included under a grouping it labels "Other."

Hawaii has reported ethnicity data for:

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62% of Hospitalizations

The following tables reflect only those cases and deaths where ethnicity is known and reported by Hawaii. If this state’s reporting percentages are low, interpret with caution.

Idaho

Idaho has reported race data for:

68% of Cases

99% of Deaths

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The following tables reflect only those cases and deaths where race is known and reported by Idaho. If this state’s reporting percentages are low, interpret with caution.

Cases and deaths by race

RacePercentage of
population
Percentage of
cases
Percentage of
deaths
Alert iconPercentage of
tests
Alert iconPercentage of
hospitalizations
Black or African American alone<1%<1%
<1%
Idaho did not report race data for tests through March 7, 2021.Idaho did not report race data for hospitalizations through March 7, 2021.
Hispanic or Latino 13%19%
10%
Asian alone1%1%
<1%
Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander alone<1%<1%
0%
American Indian or Alaska Native alone1%2%
2%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
Two or more races3%0%
0%
White alone90%85%
95%
Some other race alone3%11%
2%

Notes on race for Idaho

  • Racial/ethnic disparity likely. Racial/ethnic disparity likely. See why

Idaho has reported ethnicity data for:

53% of Cases

99% of Deaths

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The following tables reflect only those cases and deaths where ethnicity is known and reported by Idaho. If this state’s reporting percentages are low, interpret with caution.

Cases and deaths by ethnicity

EthnicityPercentage of
population
Percentage of
cases
Percentage of
deaths
Alert iconPercentage of
tests
Alert iconPercentage of
hospitalizations
Hispanic or Latino13%19%
10%
Idaho did not report ethnicity data for tests through March 7, 2021.Idaho did not report ethnicity data for hospitalizations through March 7, 2021.
Not Hispanic or Latino87%81%
90%

Notes on ethnicity for Idaho

  • Racial/ethnic disparity likely. Racial/ethnic disparity likely. See why

Illinois

Illinois has reported race and ethnicity data for:

73% of Cases

87% of Deaths

54% of Tests

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The following tables reflect only those cases and deaths where race/ethnicity is known and reported by Illinois. If this state’s reporting percentages are low, interpret with caution.

Cases and deaths by race/ethnicity

Race/ethnicityPercentage of
population
Percentage of
cases
Percentage of
deaths
Percentage of
tests
Alert iconPercentage of
hospitalizations
Black or African American alone14%13%
18%
14%
Illinois did not report race/ethnicity data for hospitalizations through March 7, 2021.
Hispanic or Latino *17%25%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
16%
13%
Asian alone5%3%
4%
0%
Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander alone<1%<1%
<1%
<1%
American Indian or Alaska Native alone<1%<1%
<1%
<1%
Two or more races2%0%0%0%
White alone61%54%
61%
61%
Some other race alone<1%5%<1%5%

Notes for Illinois

  • Racial/ethnic disparity likely. Racial/ethnic disparity likely. See why
  • * 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. Illinois does not specify if this race category is included under a grouping it labels "Other."

Indiana

Indiana has reported race data for:

87% of Cases

92% of Deaths

91% of Tests

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The following tables reflect only those cases and deaths where race is known and reported by Indiana. If this state’s reporting percentages are low, interpret with caution.

Cases and deaths by race

RacePercentage of
population
Percentage of
cases
Percentage of
deaths
Percentage of
tests
Alert iconPercentage of
hospitalizations
Black or African American alone9%8%
8%
8%
Indiana did not report race data for hospitalizations through March 7, 2021.
Hispanic or Latino 7%10%
4%
7%
Asian alone2%2%
<1%
0%
Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander alone<1%0%0%0%
American Indian or Alaska Native alone<1%0%0%0%
Two or more races2%0%0%0%
White alone83%78%
78%
76%
Some other race alone3%13%14%13%

Notes on race for Indiana

  • This data should not be compared with percentage of the the population. Indiana includes this race category under a grouping it labels "Other."

Indiana has reported ethnicity data for:

58% of Cases

56% of Deaths

53% of Tests

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The following tables reflect only those cases and deaths where ethnicity is known and reported by Indiana. If this state’s reporting percentages are low, interpret with caution.

Cases and deaths by ethnicity

EthnicityPercentage of
population
Percentage of
cases
Percentage of
deaths
Percentage of
tests
Alert iconPercentage of
hospitalizations
Hispanic or Latino7%10%
4%
7%
Indiana did not report ethnicity data for hospitalizations through March 7, 2021.
Not Hispanic or Latino93%90%
96%
93%

Iowa

Iowa has reported race data for:

64% of Cases

98% of Deaths

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The following tables reflect only those cases and deaths where race is known and reported by Iowa. If this state’s reporting percentages are low, interpret with caution.

Cases and deaths by race

RacePercentage of
population
Percentage of
cases
Percentage of
deaths
Alert iconPercentage of
tests
Alert iconPercentage of
hospitalizations
Black or African American alone4%5%
2%
Iowa did not report race data for tests through March 7, 2021.Iowa did not report race data for hospitalizations through March 7, 2021.
Hispanic or Latino 6%10%
2%
Asian alone2%2%
1%
Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander alone<1%<1%
<1%
American Indian or Alaska Native alone<1%<1%
<1%
Two or more races1%0%0%
White alone90%92%
95%
Some other race alone2%1%<1%

Notes on race for Iowa

  • This data should not be compared with percentage of the the population. Iowa includes this race category is included under a grouping it labels "Other."

Iowa has reported ethnicity data for:

62% of Cases

100% of Deaths

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Alert icon of Hospitalizations

The following tables reflect only those cases and deaths where ethnicity is known and reported by Iowa. If this state’s reporting percentages are low, interpret with caution.

Cases and deaths by ethnicity

EthnicityPercentage of
population
Percentage of
cases
Percentage of
deaths
Alert iconPercentage of
tests
Alert iconPercentage of
hospitalizations
Hispanic or Latino6%10%
2%
Iowa did not report ethnicity data for tests through March 7, 2021.Iowa did not report ethnicity data for hospitalizations through March 7, 2021.
Not Hispanic or Latino94%90%
98%

Kansas

Kansas has reported race data for:

82% of Cases

89% of Deaths

74% of Tests

93% of Hospitalizations

The following tables reflect only those cases and deaths where race is known and reported by Kansas. If this state’s reporting percentages are low, interpret with caution.

Cases and deaths by race

RacePercentage of
population
Percentage of
cases
Percentage of
deaths
Percentage of
tests
Percentage of
hospitalizations
Black or African American alone6%6%
5%
6%
9%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
Hispanic or Latino 12%18%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
8%
12%
16%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
Asian alone3%2%
1%
0%
0%
Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander alone<1%0%0%0%
0%
American Indian or Alaska Native alone<1%<1%
<1%
<1%
<1%
Two or more races2%0%0%0%
0%
White alone84%86%
86%
85%
82%
Some other race alone3%5%6%5%
7%

Notes on race for Kansas

  • Racial/ethnic disparity likely. Racial/ethnic disparity likely. See why
  • This data should not be compared with percentage of the the population. Kansas does not specify if this race category is included under a grouping it labels "Other race."

Kansas has reported ethnicity data for:

75% of Cases

85% of Deaths

63% of Tests

91% of Hospitalizations

The following tables reflect only those cases and deaths where ethnicity is known and reported by Kansas. If this state’s reporting percentages are low, interpret with caution.

Cases and deaths by ethnicity

EthnicityPercentage of
population
Percentage of
cases
Percentage of
deaths
Percentage of
tests
Percentage of
hospitalizations
Hispanic or Latino12%18%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
8%
12%
16%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
Not Hispanic or Latino88%82%
92%
88%
84%

Notes on ethnicity for Kansas

  • Racial/ethnic disparity likely. Racial/ethnic disparity likely. See why

Kentucky

Kentucky has reported race data for:

81% of Cases

93% of Deaths

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Alert icon of Hospitalizations

The following tables reflect only those cases and deaths where race is known and reported by Kentucky. If this state’s reporting percentages are low, interpret with caution.

Cases and deaths by race

RacePercentage of
population
Percentage of
cases
Percentage of
deaths
Alert iconPercentage of
tests
Alert iconPercentage of
hospitalizations
Black or African American alone8%8%
8%
Kentucky did not report race data for tests through March 7, 2021.Kentucky did not report race data for hospitalizations through March 7, 2021.
Hispanic or Latino 4%5%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
2%
Asian alone1%1%
<1%
Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander alone<1%<1%
<1%
American Indian or Alaska Native alone<1%<1%
<1%
Two or more races<1%5%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
3%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
White alone87%86%
88%
Some other race alone2%0%
0%

Notes on race for Kentucky

  • Racial/ethnic disparity likely. Racial/ethnic disparity likely. See why

Kentucky has reported ethnicity data for:

77% of Cases

89% of Deaths

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Alert icon of Hospitalizations

The following tables reflect only those cases and deaths where ethnicity is known and reported by Kentucky. If this state’s reporting percentages are low, interpret with caution.

Cases and deaths by ethnicity

EthnicityPercentage of
population
Percentage of
cases
Percentage of
deaths
Alert iconPercentage of
tests
Alert iconPercentage of
hospitalizations
Hispanic or Latino4%5%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
2%
Kentucky did not report ethnicity data for tests through March 7, 2021.Kentucky did not report ethnicity data for hospitalizations through March 7, 2021.
Not Hispanic or Latino96%95%
98%

Notes on ethnicity for Kentucky

  • Racial/ethnic disparity likely. Racial/ethnic disparity likely. See why

Louisiana

Louisiana has reported race data for:

94% of Cases

99% of Deaths

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Alert icon of Hospitalizations

The following tables reflect only those cases and deaths where race is known and reported by Louisiana. If this state’s reporting percentages are low, interpret with caution.

Cases and deaths by race

RacePercentage of
population
Percentage of
cases
Percentage of
deaths
Alert iconPercentage of
tests
Alert iconPercentage of
hospitalizations
Black or African American alone32%33%
39%
Louisiana did not report race data for tests through March 7, 2021.Louisiana did not report race data for hospitalizations through March 7, 2021.
Hispanic or Latino 5%0%
3%
Asian alone2%4%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
<1%
Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander alone<1%<1%
<1%
American Indian or Alaska Native alone<1%<1%
<1%
Two or more races1%0%0%
White alone62%54%
60%
Some other race alone2%8%<1%

Notes on race for Louisiana

  • Racial/ethnic disparity likely. Racial/ethnic disparity likely. See why
  • This data should not be compared with percentage of the the population. Louisiana does not specify if this race category is included under a grouping it labels "Other."

Louisiana has reported ethnicity data for:

Alert icon of Cases

94% of Deaths

Alert icon of Tests

Alert icon of Hospitalizations

The following tables reflect only those cases and deaths where ethnicity is known and reported by Louisiana. If this state’s reporting percentages are low, interpret with caution.

Cases and deaths by ethnicity

EthnicityPercentage of
population
Percentage of
cases
Percentage of
deaths
Alert iconPercentage of
tests
Alert iconPercentage of
hospitalizations
Hispanic or Latino5%0%
3%
Louisiana did not report ethnicity data for tests through March 7, 2021.Louisiana did not report ethnicity data for hospitalizations through March 7, 2021.
Not Hispanic or Latino95%0%
97%

Notes on ethnicity for Louisiana

  • Racial/ethnic disparity likely. Racial/ethnic disparity likely. See why

Maine

Maine has reported race data for:

88% of Cases

89% of Deaths

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95% of Hospitalizations

The following tables reflect only those cases and deaths where race is known and reported by Maine. If this state’s reporting percentages are low, interpret with caution.

Cases and deaths by race

RacePercentage of
population
Percentage of
cases
Percentage of
deaths
Alert iconPercentage of
tests
Percentage of
hospitalizations
Black or African American alone1%6%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
2%
Maine did not report race data for tests through March 7, 2021.4%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
Hispanic or Latino 2%2%
1%
2%
Asian alone1%1%
<1%
0%
Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander alone<1%<1%
0%
0%
American Indian or Alaska Native alone<1%<1%
<1%
<1%
Two or more races<1%<1%
<1%
<1%
White alone94%90%
96%
92%
Some other race alone2%2%
<1%
2%

Notes on race for Maine

  • Racial/ethnic disparity likely. Racial/ethnic disparity likely. See why

Maine has reported ethnicity data for:

69% of Cases

70% of Deaths

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88% of Hospitalizations

The following tables reflect only those cases and deaths where ethnicity is known and reported by Maine. If this state’s reporting percentages are low, interpret with caution.

Cases and deaths by ethnicity

EthnicityPercentage of
population
Percentage of
cases
Percentage of
deaths
Alert iconPercentage of
tests
Percentage of
hospitalizations
Hispanic or Latino2%2%
1%
Maine did not report ethnicity data for tests through March 7, 2021.2%
Not Hispanic or Latino98%98%
99%
98%

Notes on ethnicity for Maine

  • Racial/ethnic disparity likely. Racial/ethnic disparity likely. See why

Maryland

Maryland has reported race and ethnicity data for:

87% of Cases

99% of Deaths

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Alert icon of Hospitalizations

The following tables reflect only those cases and deaths where race/ethnicity is known and reported by Maryland. If this state’s reporting percentages are low, interpret with caution.

Cases and deaths by race/ethnicity

Race/ethnicityPercentage of
population
Percentage of
cases
Percentage of
deaths
Alert iconPercentage of
tests
Alert iconPercentage of
hospitalizations
Black or African American alone29%33%
35%
Maryland did not report race/ethnicity data for tests through March 7, 2021.Maryland did not report race/ethnicity data for hospitalizations through March 7, 2021.
Hispanic or Latino *10%19%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
9%
Asian alone6%3%
4%
Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander alone<1%0%0%
American Indian or Alaska Native alone<1%0%0%
Two or more races3%0%0%
White alone51%40%
52%
Some other race alone<1%5%1%

Notes for Maryland

  • Racial/ethnic disparity likely. Racial/ethnic disparity likely. See why
  • * 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. Maryland does not specify if this race category is included under a grouping it labels "Other (Non-Hispanic)."

Massachusetts

Massachusetts has reported race and ethnicity data for:

75% of Cases

99% of Deaths

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92% of Hospitalizations

The following tables reflect only those cases and deaths where race/ethnicity is known and reported by Massachusetts. If this state’s reporting percentages are low, interpret with caution.

Cases and deaths by race/ethnicity

Race/ethnicityPercentage of
population
Percentage of
cases
Percentage of
deaths
Alert iconPercentage of
tests
Percentage of
hospitalizations
Black or African American alone7%8%
7%
Massachusetts did not report race/ethnicity data for tests through March 7, 2021.11%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
Hispanic or Latino *12%28%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
8%
17%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
Asian alone7%4%
3%
0%
Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander alone<1%<1%
<1%
<1%
American Indian or Alaska Native alone<1%<1%
<1%
<1%
Two or more races2%0%0%0%
White alone72%49%
74%
58%
Some other race alone<1%11%8%11%

Notes for Massachusetts

  • Racial/ethnic disparity likely. Racial/ethnic disparity likely. See why
  • * 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. Massachusetts does not specify if this race category is included under a grouping it labels "Non-Hispanic Other."

Michigan

Michigan has reported race data for:

80% of Cases

95% of Deaths

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Alert icon of Hospitalizations

The following tables reflect only those cases and deaths where race is known and reported by Michigan. If this state’s reporting percentages are low, interpret with caution.

Cases and deaths by race

RacePercentage of
population
Percentage of
cases
Percentage of
deaths
Alert iconPercentage of
tests
Alert iconPercentage of
hospitalizations
Black or African American alone14%14%
23%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
Michigan did not report race data for tests through March 7, 2021.Michigan did not report race data for hospitalizations through March 7, 2021.
Hispanic or Latino 5%7%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
4%
Asian alone3%2%1%
Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander alone<1%0%0%
American Indian or Alaska Native alone<1%<1%
<1%
Two or more races1%5%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
2%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
White alone78%72%
71%
Some other race alone3%7%
3%

Notes on race for Michigan

  • Racial/ethnic disparity likely. Racial/ethnic disparity likely. See why
  • This data should not be compared with percentage of the the population. Michigan reports Asian as a panracial category, including Asian, Pacific Islander, and Native Hawaiian.

Michigan has reported ethnicity data for:

69% of Cases

82% of Deaths

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Alert icon of Hospitalizations

The following tables reflect only those cases and deaths where ethnicity is known and reported by Michigan. If this state’s reporting percentages are low, interpret with caution.

Cases and deaths by ethnicity

EthnicityPercentage of
population
Percentage of
cases
Percentage of
deaths
Alert iconPercentage of
tests
Alert iconPercentage of
hospitalizations
Hispanic or Latino5%7%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
4%
Michigan did not report ethnicity data for tests through March 7, 2021.Michigan did not report ethnicity data for hospitalizations through March 7, 2021.
Not Hispanic or Latino95%93%
96%

Notes on ethnicity for Michigan

  • Racial/ethnic disparity likely. Racial/ethnic disparity likely. See why

Minnesota

Minnesota has reported race data for:

92% of Cases

98% of Deaths

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96% of Hospitalizations

The following tables reflect only those cases and deaths where race is known and reported by Minnesota. If this state’s reporting percentages are low, interpret with caution.

Cases and deaths by race

RacePercentage of
population
Percentage of
cases
Percentage of
deaths
Alert iconPercentage of
tests
Percentage of
hospitalizations
Black or African American alone6%9%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
5%
Minnesota did not report race data for tests through March 7, 2021.12%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
Hispanic or Latino 5%10%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
3%
9%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
Asian alone5%5%
4%
0%
Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander alone<1%<1%
<1%
<1%
American Indian or Alaska Native alone1%1%
1%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
2%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
Two or more races2%2%
2%
3%
White alone83%72%
84%
68%
Some other race alone3%1%
<1%
<1%

Notes on race for Minnesota

  • Racial/ethnic disparity likely. Racial/ethnic disparity likely. See why

Minnesota has reported ethnicity data for:

92% of Cases

98% of Deaths

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96% of Hospitalizations

The following tables reflect only those cases and deaths where ethnicity is known and reported by Minnesota. If this state’s reporting percentages are low, interpret with caution.

Cases and deaths by ethnicity

EthnicityPercentage of
population
Percentage of
cases
Percentage of
deaths
Alert iconPercentage of
tests
Percentage of
hospitalizations
Hispanic or Latino5%10%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
3%
Minnesota did not report ethnicity data for tests through March 7, 2021.9%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
Not Hispanic or Latino95%90%
97%
91%

Notes on ethnicity for Minnesota

  • Racial/ethnic disparity likely. Racial/ethnic disparity likely. See why

Mississippi

Mississippi has reported race and ethnicity data for:

87% of Cases

97% of Deaths

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Alert icon of Hospitalizations

The following tables reflect only those cases and deaths where race/ethnicity is known and reported by Mississippi. If this state’s reporting percentages are low, interpret with caution.

Cases and deaths by race/ethnicity

Race/ethnicityPercentage of
population
Percentage of
cases
Percentage of
deaths
Alert iconPercentage of
tests
Alert iconPercentage of
hospitalizations
Black or African American alone38%38%
40%
Mississippi did not report race/ethnicity data for tests through March 7, 2021.Mississippi did not report race/ethnicity data for hospitalizations through March 7, 2021.
Hispanic or Latino *3%3%
<1%
Asian alone<1%<1%
<1%
Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander alone<1%0%0%
American Indian or Alaska Native alone<1%<1%
2%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
Two or more races1%0%0%
White alone57%54%
55%
Some other race alone<1%4%2%

Notes for Mississippi

  • Racial/ethnic disparity likely. Racial/ethnic disparity likely. See why
  • * 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. Mississippi does not specify if this race category is included under a grouping it labels "Other (Non-Hispanic)."

Missouri

Missouri has reported race data for:

76% of Cases

93% of Deaths

83% of Tests

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The following tables reflect only those cases and deaths where race is known and reported by Missouri. If this state’s reporting percentages are low, interpret with caution.

Cases and deaths by race

RacePercentage of
population
Percentage of
cases
Percentage of
deaths
Percentage of
tests
Alert iconPercentage of
hospitalizations
Black or African American alone11%12%
14%
9%
Missouri did not report race data for hospitalizations through March 7, 2021.
Hispanic or Latino 4%6%
3%
4%
Asian alone2%1%
<1%
0%
Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander alone<1%<1%
<1%
<1%
American Indian or Alaska Native alone<1%<1%
<1%
0%
Two or more races1%<1%
0%
0%
White alone82%69%
68%
47%
Some other race alone3%18%
17%
42%

Missouri has reported ethnicity data for:

58% of Cases

80% of Deaths

49% of Tests

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The following tables reflect only those cases and deaths where ethnicity is known and reported by Missouri. If this state’s reporting percentages are low, interpret with caution.

Cases and deaths by ethnicity

EthnicityPercentage of
population
Percentage of
cases
Percentage of
deaths
Percentage of
tests
Alert iconPercentage of
hospitalizations
Hispanic or Latino4%6%
3%
4%
Missouri did not report ethnicity data for hospitalizations through March 7, 2021.
Not Hispanic or Latino96%94%
97%
96%

Montana

Montana has reported race data for:

79% of Cases

86% of Deaths

Alert icon of Tests

59% of Hospitalizations

The following tables reflect only those cases and deaths where race is known and reported by Montana. If this state’s reporting percentages are low, interpret with caution.

Cases and deaths by race

RacePercentage of
population
Percentage of
cases
Percentage of
deaths
Alert iconPercentage of
tests
Percentage of
hospitalizations
Black or African American alone<1%<1%
<1%
Montana did not report race data for tests through March 7, 2021.<1%
Hispanic or Latino 4%4%
3%
0%
Asian alone<1%<1%
<1%
0%
Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander alone<1%<1%<1%0%
American Indian or Alaska Native alone6%10%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
17%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
17%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
Two or more races<1%0%0%0%
White alone89%80%
72%
82%
Some other race alone3%9%10%0%

Notes on race for Montana

  • Racial/ethnic disparity likely. Racial/ethnic disparity likely. See why
  • This data should not be compared with percentage of the the population. Montana reports Indigenous people as a panracial category, including American Indian, Alaska Native, Pacific Islander, and Native Hawaiian.
  • This data should not be compared with percentage of the the population. Montana does not specify if this race category is included under a grouping it labels "Other race."

Montana has reported ethnicity data for:

64% of Cases

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Alert icon of Tests

100% of Hospitalizations

The following tables reflect only those cases and deaths where ethnicity is known and reported by Montana. If this state’s reporting percentages are low, interpret with caution.

Cases and deaths by ethnicity

EthnicityPercentage of
population
Percentage of
cases
Percentage of
deaths
Alert iconPercentage of
tests
Percentage of
hospitalizations
Hispanic or Latino4%4%
3%
Montana did not report ethnicity data for tests through March 7, 2021.0%
Not Hispanic or Latino96%96%
97%
0%

Notes on ethnicity for Montana

  • Racial/ethnic disparity likely. Racial/ethnic disparity likely. See why

Nebraska

Nebraska has reported race data for:

58% of Cases

72% of Deaths

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82% of Hospitalizations

The following tables reflect only those cases and deaths where race is known and reported by Nebraska. If this state’s reporting percentages are low, interpret with caution.

Cases and deaths by race

RacePercentage of
population
Percentage of
cases
Percentage of
deaths
Alert iconPercentage of
tests
Percentage of
hospitalizations
Black or African American alone5%4%
4%
Nebraska did not report race data for tests through March 7, 2021.6%
Hispanic or Latino 11%22%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
13%
23%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
Asian alone2%2%
2%
0%
Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander alone<1%<1%
<1%
<1%
American Indian or Alaska Native alone<1%1%
2%
2%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
Two or more races2%0%0%0%
White alone87%89%
91%
86%
Some other race alone3%3%2%3%

Notes on race for Nebraska

  • Racial/ethnic disparity likely. Racial/ethnic disparity likely. See why
  • This data should not be compared with percentage of the the population. Nebraska does not specify if this race category is included under a grouping it labels "Other race."

Nebraska has reported ethnicity data for:

52% of Cases

60% of Deaths

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75% of Hospitalizations

The following tables reflect only those cases and deaths where ethnicity is known and reported by Nebraska. If this state’s reporting percentages are low, interpret with caution.

Cases and deaths by ethnicity

EthnicityPercentage of
population
Percentage of
cases
Percentage of
deaths
Alert iconPercentage of
tests
Percentage of
hospitalizations
Hispanic or Latino11%22%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
13%
Nebraska did not report ethnicity data for tests through March 7, 2021.23%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
Not Hispanic or Latino89%78%
87%
77%

Notes on ethnicity for Nebraska

  • Racial/ethnic disparity likely. Racial/ethnic disparity likely. See why

Nevada

Nevada has reported race and ethnicity data for:

100% of Cases

100% of Deaths

100% of Tests

Alert icon of Hospitalizations

The following tables reflect only those cases and deaths where race/ethnicity is known and reported by Nevada. If this state’s reporting percentages are low, interpret with caution.

Cases and deaths by race/ethnicity

Race/ethnicityPercentage of
population
Percentage of
cases
Percentage of
deaths
Percentage of
tests
Alert iconPercentage of
hospitalizations
Black or African American alone9%8%
9%
10%
Nevada did not report race/ethnicity data for hospitalizations through March 7, 2021.
Hispanic or Latino *29%36%
24%
17%
Asian alone8%8%
12%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
0%
Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander alone<1%0%0%0%
American Indian or Alaska Native alone<1%<1%
<1%
<1%
Two or more races4%0%0%0%
White alone49%37%
54%
47%
Some other race alone<1%11%<1%18%

Notes for Nevada

  • Racial/ethnic disparity likely. Racial/ethnic disparity likely. See why
  • * 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. Nevada does not specify if this race category is included under a grouping it labels "Other."

New Hampshire

New Hampshire has reported race and ethnicity data for:

63% of Cases

100% of Deaths

Alert icon of Tests

94% of Hospitalizations

The following tables reflect only those cases and deaths where race/ethnicity is known and reported by New Hampshire. If this state’s reporting percentages are low, interpret with caution.

Cases and deaths by race/ethnicity

Race/ethnicityPercentage of
population
Percentage of
cases
Percentage of
deaths
Alert iconPercentage of
tests
Percentage of
hospitalizations
Black or African American alone1%2%
1%
New Hampshire did not report race/ethnicity data for tests through March 7, 2021.4%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
Hispanic or Latino *4%9%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
3%
9%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
Asian alone3%2%
1%
0%
Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander alone<1%0%0%0%
American Indian or Alaska Native alone<1%<1%
<1%
0%
Two or more races2%<1%<1%0%
White alone90%82%
94%
81%
Some other race alone<1%4%1%2%

Notes for New Hampshire

  • Racial/ethnic disparity likely. Racial/ethnic disparity likely. See why
  • * 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. New Hampshire includes this category under a grouping it labels "Other."

New Jersey

New Jersey has reported race and ethnicity data for:

78% of Cases

98% of Deaths

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94% of Hospitalizations

The following tables reflect only those cases and deaths where race/ethnicity is known and reported by New Jersey. If this state’s reporting percentages are low, interpret with caution.

Cases and deaths by race/ethnicity

Race/ethnicityPercentage of
population
Percentage of
cases
Percentage of
deaths
Alert iconPercentage of
tests
Percentage of
hospitalizations
Black or African American alone13%11%
16%
New Jersey did not report race/ethnicity data for tests through March 7, 2021.19%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
Hispanic or Latino *20%25%
19%
26%
Asian alone9%5%
5%
0%
Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander alone<1%0%0%0%
American Indian or Alaska Native alone<1%0%0%0%
Two or more races2%0%0%0%
White alone55%42%
56%
43%
Some other race alone<1%17%4%7%

Notes for New Jersey

  • Racial/ethnic disparity likely. Racial/ethnic disparity likely. See why
  • * 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. New Jersey includes this race category under a grouping it labels "Other (non-Hispanic)."

New Mexico

New Mexico has reported race and ethnicity data for:

85% of Cases

97% of Deaths

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89% of Hospitalizations

The following tables reflect only those cases and deaths where race/ethnicity is known and reported by New Mexico. If this state’s reporting percentages are low, interpret with caution.

Cases and deaths by race/ethnicity

Race/ethnicityPercentage of
population
Percentage of
cases
Percentage of
deaths
Alert iconPercentage of
tests
Percentage of
hospitalizations
Black or African American alone2%1%
1%
New Mexico did not report race/ethnicity data for tests through March 7, 2021.1%
Hispanic or Latino *49%55%
40%
42%
Asian alone1%1%
<1%
0%
Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander alone<1%<1%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
0%
<1%
American Indian or Alaska Native alone9%19%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
29%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
34%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
Two or more races2%0%0%0%
White alone37%20%
30%
21%
Some other race alone<1%3%0%2%

Notes for New Mexico

  • Racial/ethnic disparity likely. Racial/ethnic disparity likely. See why
  • * 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. New Mexico does not report data for this race category.

New York

New York has reported race and ethnicity data for:

Alert icon of Cases

88% of Deaths

Alert icon of Tests

91% of Hospitalizations

The following tables reflect only those cases and deaths where race/ethnicity is known and reported by New York. If this state’s reporting percentages are low, interpret with caution.

Cases and deaths by race/ethnicity

Race/ethnicityPercentage of
population
Alert iconPercentage of
cases
Percentage of
deaths
Alert iconPercentage of
tests
Percentage of
hospitalizations
Black or African American alone14%New York did not report race/ethnicity data for cases through March 7, 2021.23%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
New York did not report race/ethnicity data for tests through March 7, 2021.29%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
Hispanic or Latino *19%23%
35%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
Asian alone8%7%0%
Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander alone<1%0%0%
American Indian or Alaska Native alone<1%0%0%
Two or more races2%0%0%
White alone56%40%
26%
Some other race alone<1%7%0%

Notes for New York

  • Racial/ethnic disparity likely. Racial/ethnic disparity likely. See why
  • * 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. Race/ethnicity data is reported separately by New York City and the rest of New York State. NYC reports Asian as a panracial category, including Asian, Pacific Islander, and Native Hawaiian. New York State excluding NYC reports a grouping it labels "Asian."
  • This data should not be compared with percentage of the the population. New York City includes this race category under a grouping it labels "Other/unknown." New York State excluding NYC does not specify if this race category is included under a grouping it labels "Other."

North Carolina

North Carolina has reported race data for:

82% of Cases

94% of Deaths

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The following tables reflect only those cases and deaths where race is known and reported by North Carolina. If this state’s reporting percentages are low, interpret with caution.

Cases and deaths by race

RacePercentage of
population
Percentage of
cases
Percentage of
deaths
Alert iconPercentage of
tests
Alert iconPercentage of
hospitalizations
Black or African American alone21%21%
25%
North Carolina did not report race data for tests through March 7, 2021.North Carolina did not report race data for hospitalizations through March 7, 2021.
Hispanic or Latino 9%21%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
8%
Asian alone3%2%
1%
Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander alone<1%0%
0%
American Indian or Alaska Native alone1%2%
1%
Two or more races3%0%0%
White alone69%62%
66%
Some other race alone3%14%7%

Notes on race for North Carolina

  • Racial/ethnic disparity likely. Racial/ethnic disparity likely. See why
  • This data should not be compared with percentage of the the population. North Carolina does not specify if this race category is included under a grouping it labels "Other."

North Carolina has reported ethnicity data for:

64% of Cases

84% of Deaths

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Alert icon of Hospitalizations

The following tables reflect only those cases and deaths where ethnicity is known and reported by North Carolina. If this state’s reporting percentages are low, interpret with caution.

Cases and deaths by ethnicity

EthnicityPercentage of
population
Percentage of
cases
Percentage of
deaths
Alert iconPercentage of
tests
Alert iconPercentage of
hospitalizations
Hispanic or Latino9%21%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
8%
North Carolina did not report ethnicity data for tests through March 7, 2021.North Carolina did not report ethnicity data for hospitalizations through March 7, 2021.
Not Hispanic or Latino91%79%
92%

Notes on ethnicity for North Carolina

  • Racial/ethnic disparity likely. Racial/ethnic disparity likely. See why

North Dakota

North Dakota has reported race data for:

65% of Cases

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The following tables reflect only those cases and deaths where race is known and reported by North Dakota. If this state’s reporting percentages are low, interpret with caution.

Cases and deaths by race

RacePercentage of
population
Percentage of
cases
Alert iconPercentage of
deaths
Alert iconPercentage of
tests
Alert iconPercentage of
hospitalizations
Black or African American alone3%4%
North Dakota did not report race data for deaths through March 7, 2021.North Dakota did not report race data for tests through March 7, 2021.North Dakota did not report race data for hospitalizations through March 7, 2021.
Hispanic or Latino 4%0%
Asian alone1%2%
Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander alone<1%0%
American Indian or Alaska Native alone5%7%
Two or more races1%2%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
White alone87%85%
Some other race alone3%<1%

Notes on race for North Dakota

  • Racial/ethnic disparity likely. Racial/ethnic disparity likely. See why
  • This data should not be compared with percentage of the the population. North Dakota does not specify if this race category is included under a grouping it labels "Other."

North Dakota has reported ethnicity data for:

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Alert icon of Hospitalizations

The following tables reflect only those cases and deaths where ethnicity is known and reported by North Dakota. If this state’s reporting percentages are low, interpret with caution.

Northern Mariana Islands

Alert iconNo Data

Northern Mariana Islands does not share data about race or ethnicity.

Ohio

Ohio has reported race data for:

79% of Cases

99% of Deaths

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95% of Hospitalizations

The following tables reflect only those cases and deaths where race is known and reported by Ohio. If this state’s reporting percentages are low, interpret with caution.

Cases and deaths by race

RacePercentage of
population
Percentage of
cases
Percentage of
deaths
Alert iconPercentage of
tests
Percentage of
hospitalizations
Black or African American alone12%13%
12%
Ohio did not report race data for tests through March 7, 2021.19%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
Hispanic or Latino 4%5%
2%
4%
Asian alone2%2%
<1%
0%
Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander alone<1%<1%
<1%
<1%
American Indian or Alaska Native alone<1%<1%
<1%
<1%
Two or more races<1%3%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
<1%
3%
White alone81%75%
86%
73%
Some other race alone3%7%
<1%
3%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.

Notes on race for Ohio

  • Racial/ethnic disparity likely. Racial/ethnic disparity likely. See why

Ohio has reported ethnicity data for:

66% of Cases

99% of Deaths

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87% of Hospitalizations

The following tables reflect only those cases and deaths where ethnicity is known and reported by Ohio. If this state’s reporting percentages are low, interpret with caution.

Cases and deaths by ethnicity

EthnicityPercentage of
population
Percentage of
cases
Percentage of
deaths
Alert iconPercentage of
tests
Percentage of
hospitalizations
Hispanic or Latino4%5%
2%
Ohio did not report ethnicity data for tests through March 7, 2021.4%
Not Hispanic or Latino96%95%
98%
96%

Notes on ethnicity for Ohio

  • Racial/ethnic disparity likely. Racial/ethnic disparity likely. See why

Oklahoma

Oklahoma has reported race data for:

77% of Cases

90% of Deaths

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The following tables reflect only those cases and deaths where race is known and reported by Oklahoma. If this state’s reporting percentages are low, interpret with caution.

Cases and deaths by race

RacePercentage of
population
Percentage of
cases
Percentage of
deaths
Alert iconPercentage of
tests
Alert iconPercentage of
hospitalizations
Black or African American alone7%7%
7%
Oklahoma did not report race data for tests through March 7, 2021.Oklahoma did not report race data for hospitalizations through March 7, 2021.
Hispanic or Latino 11%14%
6%
Asian alone2%2%1%
Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander alone<1%0%0%
American Indian or Alaska Native alone8%13%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
10%
Two or more races3%0%0%
White alone72%74%
79%
Some other race alone8%4%3%

Notes on race for Oklahoma

  • Racial/ethnic disparity likely. Racial/ethnic disparity likely. See why
  • This data should not be compared with percentage of the the population. Oklahoma reports Asian as a panracial category, including Asian, Pacific Islander, and Native Hawaiian.
  • This data should not be compared with percentage of the the population. Oklahoma includes this race category under a grouping it labels "Multiple Races/Other."

Oklahoma has reported ethnicity data for:

72% of Cases

85% of Deaths

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Alert icon of Hospitalizations

The following tables reflect only those cases and deaths where ethnicity is known and reported by Oklahoma. If this state’s reporting percentages are low, interpret with caution.

Cases and deaths by ethnicity

EthnicityPercentage of
population
Percentage of
cases
Percentage of
deaths
Alert iconPercentage of
tests
Alert iconPercentage of
hospitalizations
Hispanic or Latino11%14%
6%
Oklahoma did not report ethnicity data for tests through March 7, 2021.Oklahoma did not report ethnicity data for hospitalizations through March 7, 2021.
Not Hispanic or Latino89%86%
94%

Notes on ethnicity for Oklahoma

  • Racial/ethnic disparity likely. Racial/ethnic disparity likely. See why

Oregon

Oregon has reported race data for:

82% of Cases

84% of Deaths

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91% of Hospitalizations

The following tables reflect only those cases and deaths where race is known and reported by Oregon. If this state’s reporting percentages are low, interpret with caution.

Cases and deaths by race

RacePercentage of
population
Percentage of
cases
Percentage of
deaths
Alert iconPercentage of
tests
Percentage of
hospitalizations
Black or African American alone2%3%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
2%
Oregon did not report race data for tests through March 7, 2021.3%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
Hispanic or Latino 13%34%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
13%
25%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
Asian alone4%4%
3%
0%
Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander alone<1%1%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
1%
2%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
American Indian or Alaska Native alone1%2%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
2%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
3%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
Two or more races3%2%
2%
2%
White alone84%59%
79%
66%
Some other race alone5%29%
10%
20%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.

Notes on race for Oregon

  • Racial/ethnic disparity likely. Racial/ethnic disparity likely. See why

Oregon has reported ethnicity data for:

76% of Cases

73% of Deaths

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82% of Hospitalizations

The following tables reflect only those cases and deaths where ethnicity is known and reported by Oregon. If this state’s reporting percentages are low, interpret with caution.

Cases and deaths by ethnicity

EthnicityPercentage of
population
Percentage of
cases
Percentage of
deaths
Alert iconPercentage of
tests
Percentage of
hospitalizations
Hispanic or Latino13%34%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
13%
Oregon did not report ethnicity data for tests through March 7, 2021.25%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
Not Hispanic or Latino87%66%
87%
75%

Notes on ethnicity for Oregon

  • Racial/ethnic disparity likely. Racial/ethnic disparity likely. See why

Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania has reported race data for:

63% of Cases

93% of Deaths

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The following tables reflect only those cases and deaths where race is known and reported by Pennsylvania. If this state’s reporting percentages are low, interpret with caution.

Cases and deaths by race

RacePercentage of
population
Percentage of
cases
Percentage of
deaths
Alert iconPercentage of
tests
Alert iconPercentage of
hospitalizations
Black or African American alone11%14%
12%
Pennsylvania did not report race data for tests through March 7, 2021.Pennsylvania did not report race data for hospitalizations through March 7, 2021.
Hispanic or Latino 7%19%
4%
Asian alone3%3%
2%
Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander alone<1%0%0%
American Indian or Alaska Native alone<1%0%0%
Two or more races2%0%0%
White alone81%82%
86%
Some other race alone3%2%<1%

Notes on race for Pennsylvania

  • This data should not be compared with percentage of the the population. Pennsylvania does not specify if this race category is included under a grouping it labels "Other."

Pennsylvania has reported ethnicity data for:

33% of Cases

94% of Deaths

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Alert icon of Hospitalizations

The following tables reflect only those cases and deaths where ethnicity is known and reported by Pennsylvania. If this state’s reporting percentages are low, interpret with caution.

Cases and deaths by ethnicity

EthnicityPercentage of
population
Percentage of
cases
Percentage of
deaths
Alert iconPercentage of
tests
Alert iconPercentage of
hospitalizations
Hispanic or Latino7%19%
4%
Pennsylvania did not report ethnicity data for tests through March 7, 2021.Pennsylvania did not report ethnicity data for hospitalizations through March 7, 2021.
Not Hispanic or Latino93%81%
96%

Puerto Rico

Alert iconNo Data

Puerto Rico does not share data about race or ethnicity.

Rhode Island

Rhode Island has reported race and ethnicity data for:

81% of Cases

85% of Deaths

41% of Tests

80% of Hospitalizations

The following tables reflect only those cases and deaths where race/ethnicity is known and reported by Rhode Island. If this state’s reporting percentages are low, interpret with caution.

Cases and deaths by race/ethnicity

Race/ethnicityPercentage of
population
Percentage of
cases
Percentage of
deaths
Percentage of
tests
Percentage of
hospitalizations
Black or African American alone6%7%
5%
6%
8%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
Hispanic or Latino *15%30%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
10%
16%
26%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
Asian alone3%2%
2%
0%
0%
Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander alone<1%0%
0%
<1%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
0%
American Indian or Alaska Native alone<1%<1%
<1%
1%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
<1%
Two or more races2%1%
<1%
1%
<1%
White alone72%57%
84%
67%
60%
Some other race alone<1%2%
<1%
6%
3%

Notes for Rhode Island

  • Racial/ethnic disparity likely. Racial/ethnic disparity likely. See why
  • * Hispanic or Latino ethnicity, any race. All other race categories in this table are defined as Not Hispanic or Latino.

South Carolina

South Carolina has reported race data for:

78% of Cases

87% of Deaths

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93% of Hospitalizations

The following tables reflect only those cases and deaths where race is known and reported by South Carolina. If this state’s reporting percentages are low, interpret with caution.

Cases and deaths by race

RacePercentage of
population
Percentage of
cases
Percentage of
deaths
Alert iconPercentage of
tests
Percentage of
hospitalizations
Black or African American alone27%26%
32%
South Carolina did not report race data for tests through March 7, 2021.38%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
Hispanic or Latino 6%9%
3%
6%
Asian alone2%1%
<1%
0%
Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander alone<1%0%0%0%
American Indian or Alaska Native alone<1%0%0%0%
Two or more races2%0%0%0%
White alone67%58%
62%
55%
Some other race alone2%14%5%6%

Notes on race for South Carolina

  • Racial/ethnic disparity likely. Racial/ethnic disparity likely. See why
  • This data should not be compared with percentage of the the population. South Carolina reports Asian as a panracial category, including Asian, Native Hawaiian, and Alaska Native.
  • This data should not be compared with percentage of the the population. South Carolina does not specify if this race category is included under a grouping it labels "Other."

South Carolina has reported ethnicity data for:

64% of Cases

76% of Deaths

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85% of Hospitalizations

The following tables reflect only those cases and deaths where ethnicity is known and reported by South Carolina. If this state’s reporting percentages are low, interpret with caution.

Cases and deaths by ethnicity

EthnicityPercentage of
population
Percentage of
cases
Percentage of
deaths
Alert iconPercentage of
tests
Percentage of
hospitalizations
Hispanic or Latino6%9%
3%
South Carolina did not report ethnicity data for tests through March 7, 2021.6%
Not Hispanic or Latino94%91%
97%
94%

Notes on ethnicity for South Carolina

  • Racial/ethnic disparity likely. Racial/ethnic disparity likely. See why

South Dakota

South Dakota has reported race and ethnicity data for:

95% of Cases

96% of Deaths

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97% of Hospitalizations

The following tables reflect only those cases and deaths where race/ethnicity is known and reported by South Dakota. If this state’s reporting percentages are low, interpret with caution.

Cases and deaths by race/ethnicity

Race/ethnicityPercentage of
population
Percentage of
cases
Percentage of
deaths
Alert iconPercentage of
tests
Percentage of
hospitalizations
Black or African American alone2%2%
<1%
South Dakota did not report race/ethnicity data for tests through March 7, 2021.2%
Hispanic or Latino *4%4%
1%
3%
Asian alone1%1%
<1%
0%
Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander alone<1%0%0%0%
American Indian or Alaska Native alone8%13%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
15%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
20%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
Two or more races2%0%0%0%
White alone82%78%
82%
73%
Some other race alone<1%2%<1%1%

Notes for South Dakota

  • Racial/ethnic disparity likely. Racial/ethnic disparity likely. See why
  • * 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. South Dakota does not specify if this race category is included under a grouping it labels "Other."

Tennessee

Tennessee has reported race data for:

85% of Cases

97% of Deaths

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The following tables reflect only those cases and deaths where race is known and reported by Tennessee. If this state’s reporting percentages are low, interpret with caution.

Cases and deaths by race

RacePercentage of
population
Percentage of
cases
Percentage of
deaths
Alert iconPercentage of
tests
Alert iconPercentage of
hospitalizations
Black or African American alone17%15%
18%
Tennessee did not report race data for tests through March 7, 2021.Tennessee did not report race data for hospitalizations through March 7, 2021.
Hispanic or Latino 5%9%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
3%
Asian alone2%1%
<1%
Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander alone<1%<1%
<1%
American Indian or Alaska Native alone<1%<1%
<1%
Two or more races1%0%0%
White alone78%74%
78%
Some other race alone2%9%3%

Notes on race for Tennessee

  • Racial/ethnic disparity likely. Racial/ethnic disparity likely. See why
  • This data should not be compared with percentage of the the population. Tennessee includes this race category under a grouping it labels "Other/Multiracial."

Tennessee has reported ethnicity data for:

73% of Cases

92% of Deaths

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The following tables reflect only those cases and deaths where ethnicity is known and reported by Tennessee. If this state’s reporting percentages are low, interpret with caution.

Cases and deaths by ethnicity

EthnicityPercentage of
population
Percentage of
cases
Percentage of
deaths
Alert iconPercentage of
tests
Alert iconPercentage of
hospitalizations
Hispanic or Latino5%9%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
3%
Tennessee did not report ethnicity data for tests through March 7, 2021.Tennessee did not report ethnicity data for hospitalizations through March 7, 2021.
Not Hispanic or Latino95%91%
97%

Notes on ethnicity for Tennessee

  • Racial/ethnic disparity likely. Racial/ethnic disparity likely. See why

Texas

Texas has reported race and ethnicity data for:

3% of Cases

99% of Deaths

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The following tables reflect only those cases and deaths where race/ethnicity is known and reported by Texas. If this state’s reporting percentages are low, interpret with caution.

Cases and deaths by race/ethnicity

Race/ethnicityPercentage of
population
Percentage of
cases
Percentage of
deaths
Alert iconPercentage of
tests
Alert iconPercentage of
hospitalizations
Black or African American alone12%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%
Asian alone5%1%
2%
Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander alone<1%0%0%
American Indian or Alaska Native alone<1%0%0%
Two or more races2%0%0%
White alone42%38%
41%
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. Texas does not specify if this race category is included under a grouping it labels "Other."

Utah

Utah has reported race and ethnicity data for:

91% of Cases

94% of Deaths

88% of Tests

98% of Hospitalizations

The following tables reflect only those cases and deaths where race/ethnicity is known and reported by Utah. If this state’s reporting percentages are low, interpret with caution.

Cases and deaths by race/ethnicity

Race/ethnicityPercentage of
population
Percentage of
cases
Percentage of
deaths
Percentage of
tests
Percentage of
hospitalizations
Black or African American alone1%1%<1%1%
2%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
Hispanic or Latino *14%23%
15%
14%
22%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
Asian alone2%2%3%0%
0%
Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander alone<1%3%3%2%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
5%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
American Indian or Alaska Native alone<1%1%4%1%
3%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
Two or more races2%0%0%0%
0%
White alone78%70%72%76%
64%
Some other race alone<1%8%6%7%
8%

Notes for Utah

  • Racial/ethnic disparity likely. Racial/ethnic disparity likely. See why
  • * 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. Utah reports non-mutually-exclusive categories for race data. Percentages may sum to more than 100%.

Vermont

Vermont has reported race data for:

90% of Cases

94% of Deaths

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Alert icon of Hospitalizations

The following tables reflect only those cases and deaths where race is known and reported by Vermont. If this state’s reporting percentages are low, interpret with caution.

Cases and deaths by race

RacePercentage of
population
Percentage of
cases
Percentage of
deaths
Alert iconPercentage of
tests
Alert iconPercentage of
hospitalizations
Black or African American alone1%4%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
1%
Vermont did not report race data for tests through March 7, 2021.Vermont did not report race data for hospitalizations through March 7, 2021.
Hispanic or Latino 2%3%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
0%
Asian alone2%5%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
3%
Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander alone<1%0%0%
American Indian or Alaska Native alone<1%<1%
<1%
Two or more races<1%0%0%
White alone94%88%
95%
Some other race alone2%3%1%

Notes on race for Vermont

  • Racial/ethnic disparity likely. Racial/ethnic disparity likely. See why
  • This data should not be compared with percentage of the the population. Vermont includes this race category under a grouping it labels "Other race."

Vermont has reported ethnicity data for:

84% of Cases

86% of Deaths

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Alert icon of Hospitalizations

The following tables reflect only those cases and deaths where ethnicity is known and reported by Vermont. If this state’s reporting percentages are low, interpret with caution.

Cases and deaths by ethnicity

EthnicityPercentage of
population
Percentage of
cases
Percentage of
deaths
Alert iconPercentage of
tests
Alert iconPercentage of
hospitalizations
Hispanic or Latino2%3%
Racial/ethnic disparity likely.
0%
Vermont did not report ethnicity data for tests through March 7, 2021.Vermont did not report ethnicity data for hospitalizations through March 7, 2021.