There aren’t many. I believe this one:
6.008.1x: Computational Probability and Inference (Massachusetts Institute of Technology/edX): One of two courses/series to teach statistics with a focus of coding up examples in Python. Reviews suggest prior stats experience is needed and that the course is a bit unorganized. It has a 4-star weighted average rating over 12 reviews.
…and this one…
Statistics (Dataquest): A multi-course series. Subscription required. The only course/series to teach statistics with a focus of coding up examples in Python. A note from Dataquest: “the statistics courses are being entirely re-written at the moment, due for release around the end of November.”
…are the only two that currently fit the criteria for this guide. A few shorter ones are mentioned here.