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COVID-19 mortality rate in the U.S. from June 9 to October 13, 2020, by race

In the United States, the cumulative mortality rate of COVID-19 on October 13 was approximately 108 deaths per 100,000 population for Black Americans, compared to 54.4 per 100,000 population among Whites. This statistic shows the COVID-19 death rate per 100,000 population in the United States from June 9 to October 13, 2020, by race and ethnicity.

Cumulative mortality rate of COVID-19 in the United States from June 9 to October 13, 2020, by race and ethnicity

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Source

Release date

October 2020

Region

United States

Survey time period

as of October 13, 2020

Supplementary notes

Notes: The nationwide rate for Pacific Islanders declined slightly between 9/15 and 10/13 due to the new inclusion of data for the state of Hawaii, which was not previously available, in its calculation. Rates are only calculated for groups with 15 or more deaths. All intervals are two weeks apart. Data for 9/1 and 9/29 has been interpolated. Users are cautioned that both estimates of deaths and rates graphed over time have slight idiosyncrasies including occasional reductions. We capture data at a point in time, after which provisional data sometimes gets back-revised by states. Deaths by race may move downward as states re-classify data after review. Data for states that post only percentages are more prone to rounding errors, as we have had to estimate number of deaths. Furthermore, many states have improved their reporting processes over time. For all these reasons, all data should be considered approximate. Data for Florida, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Nevada, the balance of New York outside of New York City, Pennsylvania and Texas was newly obtained from the CDC for the 10/13 update; for Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky and Louisiana, this change resulted in the race groups becoming non-Hispanic (previously Hispanic ethnicity was overlapping). Some other states have changed their treatment of ethnicity over time; we have updated denominators accordingly. Please contact us for additional details.

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