Share of U.S. COVID-19 patients who were hospitalized, Jan. 22-May 30, 2020

It was estimated that around 16 percent of males and 12 percent of females in the United States who had COVID-19 from January 22 to May 30, 2020 were hospitalized. Hospitalizations due to COVID-19 are much higher among those with underlying health conditions such as cardiovascular disease, chronic lung disease, or diabetes. This statistic shows the percentage of people in the U.S. with COVID-19 from January 22 to May 30, 2020 who were hospitalized.

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Percentage of people with COVID-19 in the United States from January 22 to May 30, 2020 who were hospitalized, by gender*

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Sources

Release date

June 2020

Region

United States

Survey time period

January 22 to May 30, 2020

Supplementary notes

* Based on 1,320,488 laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 cases individually reported to CDC during January 22–May 30, 2020. Hospitalization status was known for 600,860 (46%). Among 184,673 hospitalized patients, the presence of underlying health conditions was known for 96,884 (53%). Includes reported ICU admissions.

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