Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) has exposed health care disparities in minority groups including Hispanics/Latinxs (HL). Studies of COVID-19 risk factors for HL have relied on county-level data . We investigated COVID-19 risk factors in HL using individual-level, electronic health records in a Los Angeles health system between March 9 and August 31 , 2020 . Of 9,287 HL tested for SARS-CoV-2 , 562 were positive . HL constituted an increasing percentage of all COVID-19 positive individuals as disease severity escalated . Multiple risk factors identified in Non-Hispanic/Latinx whites (NHL-W), like renal disease, also conveyed risk in HL . Pre-existing nonrheumatic mitral valve disorder was a risk factor to HL hospitalization but not for NHL-W COVID-19 or HL influenza hospitalization, suggesting it may be a specific HL COVID-19 risk . Admission laboratory values also suggested that HL presented with a greater inflammatory response . COVID-19 risk factors for HL can help guide equitable government policies and identify at-risk populations.