States ranked by COVID-19 hospitalization rates: Jan. 18


New daily COVID-19 hospitalization rates in the U.S. have risen 54 percent over the last two weeks, with all 50 states and the District of Columbia seeing hospitalization rates trend upward, according to data tracked by The New York Times.

Data is taken from HHS and was last updated Jan. 18. States are listed in order of hospitalization rate percent increase over the last two weeks. 

Alabama
14-day change: 133% increase
Hospitalizations per 100,000 people: 50

Louisiana
14-day change: 120% increase
Hospitalizations per 100,000 people: 41

California
14-day change: 118% increase
Hospitalizations per 100,000 people: 35

Mississippi
14-day change: 109% increase
Hospitalizations per 100,000 people: 47

Florida
14-day change: 105% increase
Hospitalizations per 100,000 people: 53

Hawaii
14-day change: 102% increase
Hospitalizations per 100,000 people: 25

South Carolina
14-day change: 102% increase
Hospitalizations per 100,000 people: 43

Washington
14-day change: 99% increase
Hospitalizations per 100,000 people: 31

Alaska
14-day change: 89% increase
Hospitalizations per 100,000 people: 15

Texas
14-day change: 86% increase
Hospitalizations per 100,000 people: 45

Arkansas
14-day change: 81% increase
Hospitalizations per 100,000 people: 43

Nevada
14-day change: 81% increase
Hospitalizations per 100,000 people: 57

Vermont
14-day change: 77% increase
Hospitalizations per 100,000 people: 19

Massachusetts
14-day change: 76% increase
Hospitalizations per 100,000 people: 46

Georgia
14-day change: 71% increase
Hospitalizations per 100,000 people: 57

Tennessee
14-day change: 70% increase
Hospitalizations per 100,000 people: 47

North Carolina
14-day change: 65% increase
Hospitalizations per 100,000 people: 46

Oregon
14-day change: 64% increase
Hospitalizations per 100,000 people: 21

Virginia
14-day change: 58% increase
Hospitalizations per 100,000 people: 46

Rhode Island
14-day change: 57% increase
Hospitalizations per 100,000 people: 51

Utah
14-day change: 57% increase
Hospitalizations per 100,000 people: 22

Wyoming
14-day change: 57% increase
Hospitalizations per 100,000 people: 18

Montana
14-day change: 52% increase
Hospitalizations per 100,000 people: 20

Oklahoma
14-day change: 51% increase
Hospitalizations per 100,000 people: 41

Idaho
14-day change: 50% increase
Hospitalizations per 100,000 people: 22

South Dakota
14-day change: 46% increase
Hospitalizations per 100,000 people: 39

Colorado
14-day change: 45% increase
Hospitalizations per 100,000 people: 31

Connecticut
14-day change: 44% increase
Hospitalizations per 100,000 people: 57

Missouri
14-day change: 44% increase
Hospitalizations per 100,000 people: 61

New York State
14-day change: 40% increase
Hospitalizations per 100,000 people: 67

Kentucky
14-day change: 39% increase
Hospitalizations per 100,000 people: 51

New Jersey
14-day change: 39% increase
Hospitalizations per 100,000 people: 69

District of Columbia
14-day change: 37% increase
Hospitalizations per 100,000 people: 125

Kansas
14-day change: 37% increase
Hospitalizations per 100,000 people: 43

West Virginia
14-day change: 35% increase
Hospitalizations per 100,000 people: 52

Pennsylvania
14-day change: 34% increase
Hospitalizations per 100,000 people: 63

Arizona
14-day change: 33% increase
Hospitalizations per 100,000 people: 44

Maryland
14-day change: 32% increase
Hospitalizations per 100,000 people: 60

Wisconsin
14-day change: 32% increase
Hospitalizations per 100,000 people: 43

Maine
14-day change: 28% increase
Hospitalizations per 100,000 people: 34

Nebraska
14-day change: 28% increase
Hospitalizations per 100,000 people: 35

Iowa
14-day change: 24% increase
Hospitalizations per 100,000 people: 31

Illinois
14-day change: 21% increase
Hospitalizations per 100,000 people: 56

Delaware
14-day change: 20% increase
Hospitalizations per 100,000 people: 64

Minnesota
14-day change: 20% increase
Hospitalizations per 100,000 people: 31

New Mexico
14-day change: 19% increase
Hospitalizations per 100,000 people: 31

North Dakota
14-day change: 19% increase
Hospitalizations per 100,000 people: 34

Michigan
14-day change: 17% increase
Hospitalizations per 100,000 people: 48

New Hampshire
14-day change: 14% increase
Hospitalizations per 100,000 people: 33

Ohio
14-day change: 13% increase
Hospitalizations per 100,000 people: 59

Indiana
14-day change: 8% increase
Hospitalizations per 100,000 people: 49

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