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The Rhode Island Department of Health (RIDOH) announced today that Rhode Island has 311 new cases of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). This brings Rhode Island’s count to 2,976. RIDOH also announced 10 additional COVID-19 associated fatalities. Of these 10 people, eight were nursing home residents. The age breakdown for these 10 people was as follows:

  • 2 of these people were in their 50s.
  • 1 of these people was in their 70s.
  • 5 of these people were in their 80s, and
  • 1 of these people was in their 90s.

A full data summary for Rhode Island is posted online.

Rhode Island Numbers

Last updated: 4/13/2020
Number of Rhode Island COVID-19 positive cases (cumulative):2,976
Number of people who have had negative test results (cumulative):19,649
Number of Rhode Island COVID-19 patients who are currently hospitalized197
Number of Rhode Island COVID-19 patients who are currently in an intensive care unit (ICU)48
Number of Rhode Island COVID-19 associated fatalities (cumulative)73
DateNew Positive CasesTotal Positive Cases
3/1/202011
3/2/202001
3/3/202012
3/4/202002
3/5/202002
3/6/202013
3/7/202003
3/8/202003
3/9/202003
3/10/202025
3/11/202005
3/12/202005
3/13/2020914
3/14/2020620
3/15/2020020
3/16/2020121
3/17/2020223
3/18/20201033
3/19/20201144
3/20/20201054
3/21/20201266
3/22/20201783
3/23/202023106
3/24/202018124
3/25/20208132
3/26/202033165
3/27/202038203
3/28/202036239
3/29/202055294
3/30/2020108402
3/31/202087489
4/1/202077566
4/2/202091657
4/3/202052709
4/4/202097806
4/5/2020116922
4/6/20201601,082
4/7/20201471,230
4/8/20202201,450
4/9/20202771,727
4/10/20202882,015
4/11/20203342,349
4/12/20203162,665
4/13/20203112,976
Col0Col1
3/25/202015
3/26/202023
3/27/202028
3/28/202029
3/29/202035
3/30/202041
3/31/202059
4/1/202060
4/2/202072
4/3/202077
4/4/202093
4/5/2020103
4/6/2020109
4/7/2020123
4/8/2020143
4/9/2020160
4/10/2020182
4/11/2020183
4/12/2020201
4/13/2020197
Age data last updated 4/11/2020
Age GroupRhode Island COVID-19 patients by age:
0-911
10-1952
20-29279
30-39287
40-49317
50-59441
60-69348
70-79191
80-89164
90-9997
100+

Note: Zero in an age category indicates either zero patients or less than five patients.

Sex data last updated 4/11/2020
SexRhode Island COVID-19 patients by sex
Female1,171
Male980
City/Town data last updated 4/10/2020
City/TownRhode Island COVID-19 patients by city/town of residence
Barrington18
Bristol14
Burrillville24
Central Falls35
Charlestown5
Coventry48
Cranston136
Cumberland52
East Greenwich8
East Providence58
Exeter8
Foster7
Glocester<5
Hopkinton<5
Jamestown6
Johnston40
Lincoln20
Little Compton6
Middletown12
Narragansett10
New Shoreham<5
Newport18
North Kingstown47
North Providence127
North Smithfield7
Pawtucket186
Portsmouth14
Providence504
Richmond<5
Scituate8
Smithfield31
South Kingstown24
Tiverton18
Warren7
Warwick75
West Greenwich<5
West Warwick37
Westerly19
Woonsocket42

Note: There may be slight discrepancies between the statewide total and the data at the city and town level because additional time is sometimes needed to identify the permanent place of residence of some COVID-19 patients.

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Key messages for the public

  • Anyone who is sick should stay home and self-isolate (unless going out for testing or healthcare).
  • The people who live with that person and who have been in direct close contact with that person should self-quarantine for 14 days after the last day that that person was in isolation. Direct close contact means being within approximately 6 feet of a person for a prolonged period.
  • Help is available for people living in quarantine or isolation due to COVID-19. Visit www.RIDelivers.com for connections to groceries, home supplies, restaurants, and mutual aid groups. People can also call 2-1-1. 
  • When people are in public, they should wear a cloth face covering. A cloth face covering is a material that covers the nose and mouth. It could be sewn by hand or improvised from household items such as scarves, T-shirts, or bandanas.
  • Groups of more than five people should not be gathering. Always avoid close personal contact with other people in public.
  • Healthcare workers should not be going to work if they are sick (even with mild symptoms).
  • People who think they have COVID-19 should call their healthcare provider. Do not go directly to a healthcare facility without first calling a healthcare provider (unless you are experiencing a medical emergency).
  • People with general, non-medical questions about COVID-19 can visit www.health.ri.gov/covid, write to RIDOH.COVID19Questions@health.ri.gov, or call 401-222-8022. This is the COVID-19 Hotline that RIDOH has available to the public.
  • Everyone can help stop the spread of viruses in Rhode Island.
    • Get your flu shot, and make sure the people around you do the same.
    • Wash your hands often throughout the day. Use warm water and soap. If soap and water are not available, use hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol.
    • Cough or sneeze into your elbow.
    • Stay home and do not leave your house if you are sick, unless it is for emergency medical care.
    • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, or mouth. Germs spread this way.

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