The Governor announced today (March 29th) that Rhode Island has 55 additional cases of COVID-19. This brings Rhode Island’s case count to 294.
Rhode Island COVID-19 data is available online.
- Number of Rhode Island COVID-19 positive (including presumptive positive) cases: 294
- Number of Rhode Islanders who had negative test results: 2,840
- Number of people who are currently instructed to self-quarantine in Rhode Island: approximately 1,000.
Distribution of Rhode Island COVID-19 patients by city/town of residence:
- Barrington – 6
- Bristol – 5
- Burrillville – 7
- Central Falls – fewer than 5
- Charlestown – fewer than 5
- Coventry – 6
- Cranston – 31
- Cumberland – 8
- East Greenwich – fewer than 5
- East Providence – 13
- Exeter – fewer than 5
- Foster – fewer than 5
- Glocester – fewer than 5
- Hopkinton – fewer than 5
- Jamestown – fewer than 5
- Johnston – 7
- Lincoln – fewer than 5
- Little Compton – fewer than 5
- Middletown – 6
- Narragansett – fewer than 5
- New Shoreham – 0
- Newport – 6
- North Kingstown – 8
- North Providence – fewer than 5
- North Smithfield – fewer than 5
- Pawtucket – 14
- Portsmouth – fewer than 5
- Providence – 63
- Richmond – 0
- Scituate – fewer than 5
- Smithfield – 5
- South Kingstown – 8
- Tiverton – 5
- Warren – fewer than 5
- Warwick – 16
- West Greenwich – 0
- West Warwick – 6
- Westerly – 6
- Woonsocket – fewer than 5
Please note that determination of some places of residence are still pending.
Number of Rhode Island COVID-19 patients who are currently hospitalized:
- As the volume of cases increases, RIDOH may move to providing abbreviated data updates daily and more detailed data updates weekly.
- The number of COVID-19 patients in a city or town should not be used to draw any conclusions about relative risk in different cities and towns. All Rhode Islanders should continue to take all the COVID-19 precautions that have been shared by RIDOH.
Professor Lauren Gardner, a civil and systems engineering professor at Johns Hopkins University, built the following dashboard with her graduate student, Ensheng Dong. It is maintained at the Center for Systems Science and Engineering at the Whiting School of Engineering, with technical support from ESRI and the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory. Gardner is co-director of the CSSE.
The following charts are being provided by The COVID19 Tracking Project.
The COVID Tracking Project collects information from 50 US states and the District of Columbia to provide the most comprehensive public data we can on state-level testing for the novel coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2. More information is available here.
The organization has state-by-state data available here and we have it pasted below.
This map works best on a desktop computer.