Number of COVID-19 hospitalizations, state by state: Aug. 4

Texas currently has the most COVID-19 patients hospitalized, according to the COVID Tracking Project.

The Atlantic's COVID tracking project compiles data directly from the websites of local or state public health authorities. When data is missing from the websites, they supplement available numbers with information from official news conferences. Data was last updated Aug. 2 or 3 depending on the state.

Hospital bed capacity counts are based on 2018 data from the American Hospital Association.

States are ordered alphabetically. Not all states reported both cumulative and current totals.

COVID-19 patients currently hospitalized 

Alabama: 1,517
State's hospital bed capacity: 15,278

Alaska: 38
State's hospital bed capacity: 1,636

Arizona: 2,017
State's hospital bed capacity: 13,846

Arkansas: 513
State's hospital bed capacity: 9,517

California: 7,629
State's hospital bed capacity: 72,511

Colorado: 308
State's hospital bed capacity: 10,574

Connecticut: 56
State's hospital bed capacity: 7,194

Delaware: 40
State's hospital bed capacity: 2,101

District of Columbia: 104
Hospital bed capacity: 3,114

Florida: 7,938
State's hospital bed capacity: 54,744

Georgia: 3,111
State's hospital bed capacity: 25,114

Hawaii: 61
State's hospital bed capacity: 2,749

Idaho: 239
State's hospital bed capacity: 3,396

Illinois: 1,418
State's hospital bed capacity: 32,066

Indiana: 904
State's hospital bed capacity: 18,156

Iowa: 241
State's hospital bed capacity: 9,423

Kansas: 232
State's hospital bed capacity: 9,659

Kentucky: 612
State's hospital bed capacity: 14,329

Louisiana: 1,496
State's hospital bed capacity: 15,272

Maine: 12
State's hospital bed capacity:  3,400

Maryland: 548
State's hospital bed capacity: 11,577

Massachusetts: 375
State's hospital bed capacity: 15,649

Michigan: 694
State's hospital bed capacity: 24,949

Minnesota: 302
State's hospital bed capacity: 13,895

Mississippi: 1,172
State's hospital bed capacity: 12,071

Missouri: 889
State's hospital bed capacity: 18,749

Montana: 69
State's hospital bed capacity: 3,542

Nebraska: 144
State's hospital bed capacity: 6,842

Nevada: 1,152
State's hospital bed capacity: 6,493

New Hampshire: 24
State's hospital bed capacity: 2,783

New Jersey: 738
State's hospital bed capacity: 20,901

New Mexico: 127
State's hospital bed capacity: 3,811

New York: 536
State's hospital bed capacity: 51,927

North Carolina: 1,057
State's hospital bed capacity: 21,549

North Dakota: 46
State's hospital bed capacity: 3,235

Ohio: 1,001
State's hospital bed capacity: 33,157

Oklahoma: 628
State's hospital bed capacity: 11,144

Oregon: 215
State's hospital bed capacity: 6,889

Pennsylvania: 585
State's hospital bed capacity: 36,730

Rhode Island: 80
State's hospital bed capacity: 2,187

South Carolina: 1,401
State's hospital bed capacity: 12,120

South Dakota: 39
State's hospital bed capacity: 4,183

Tennessee: 1,323
State's hospital bed capacity: 19,387

Texas: 8,819
State's hospital bed capacity: 65,671

Utah: 252
State's hospital bed capacity: 5,767

Vermont: 14
State's hospital bed capacity: 1,305

Virginia: 1,205
State's hospital bed capacity: 18,065

Washington: 401
State's hospital bed capacity: 12,774

West Virginia: 116
State's hospital bed capacity: 6,868

Wisconsin: 294
State's hospital bed capacity: 12,103

Wyoming: 19
State's hospital bed capacity: 2,015

Cumulative COVID-19 hospitalizations  

Alabama: 10,865

Arizona: 11,400

Arkansas: 2,966

Colorado: 6,474

Connecticut: 10,807

Florida: 27,744

Georgia: 19,124

Hawaii: 199

Idaho: 874

Indiana: 9,004

Kansas: 1,782

Kentucky: 3,815

Maine: 389

Maryland: 12,832

Massachusetts: 11,942

Minnesota: 5,298

Mississippi: 4,380

Montana: 236

Nebraska: 1,630

New Hampshire: 696

New Jersey: 21,565

New Mexico: 2,720

New York: 89,995

North Dakota: 379

Ohio: 10,992

Oklahoma: 3,275

Oregon: 1,655

Rhode Island: 2,231

South Carolina: 5,527

South Dakota: 838

Tennessee: 4,808

Utah: 2,450

Virginia: 13,460

Washington: 5,692

Wisconsin: 4,732

Wyoming: 167

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