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Coronavirus in Florida: COVID-19 cases, locations and updates across the Sunshine State

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Posted at 5:38 PM, Mar 09, 2020
and last updated 2020-06-06 12:34:00-04

FLORIDA — Florida's number of positive coronavirus cases is 62,758 as of Saturday morning, according to the Florida Department of Health (DOH).

Of those total positive cases, 61,246 are Florida residents and 1,512 are non-Florida residents.

Below, we're updating this blog with the latest information regarding COVID-19 in Florida:


COMPLETE COVERAGE OF CORONAVIRUS


POSITIVE CASES IN FLORIDA:

The DOH provided the following breakdown of Florida residents and non-Florida residents who have tested positive for coronavirus in the Sunshine State:

ALACHUA CASES: 396

Residents: 377 Non-Residents: 19
Hospitalizations: 79 Deaths: 8

BAKER CASES: 29

Residents: 29 Non-Residents: 0
Hospitalizations: 11 Deaths: 4

BAY CASES: 123

Residents: 118 Non-Residents: 5
Hospitalizations: 13 Deaths: 4

BRADFORD CASES: 52

Residents: 52 Non-Residents: 0
Hospitalizations: 11 Deaths: 2

BREVARD CASES: 453

Residents: 442 Non-Residents: 11
Hospitalizations: 66 Deaths: 13

BROWARD CASES: 7,690

Residents: 7,517 Non-Residents: 173
Hospitalizations: 1,564 Deaths: 334

CALHOUN CASES: 64

Residents: 64 Non-Residents: 0
Hospitalizations: 6 Deaths: 4

CHARLOTTE CASES: 488

Residents: 486 Non-Residents: 2
Hospitalizations: 130 Deaths: 72

CITRUS CASES: 125

Residents: 125 Non-Residents: 0
Hospitalizations: 33 Deaths: 12

CLAY CASES: 396

Residents: 393 Non-Residents: 3
Hospitalizations: 93 Deaths: 32

COLLIER CASES: 1,968

Residents: 1,892 Non-Residents: 76
Hospitalizations: 233 Deaths: 56

COLUMBIA CASES: 171

Residents: 169 Non-Residents: 2
Hospitalizations: 15 Deaths: 2

DADE CASES: 19,299

Residents: 19,103 Non-Residents: 195
Hospitalizations: 3,135 Deaths: 765

DESOTO CASES: 258

Residents: 258 Non-Residents: 0
Hospitalizations: 32 Deaths: 7

DIXIE CASES: 58

Residents: 58 Non-Residents: 0
Hospitalizations: 10 Deaths: 2

DUVAL CASES: 1,764

Residents: 1,690 Non-Residents: 74
Hospitalizations: 288 Deaths: 53

ESCAMBIA CASES: 879

Residents: 700 Non-Residents: 179
Hospitalizations: 65 Deaths: 36

FLAGLER CASES: 195

Residents: 190 Non-Residents: 5
Hospitalizations: 22 Deaths: 4

FRANKLIN CASES: 2

Residents: 1 Non-Residents: 1
Hospitalizations: 0 Deaths: 0

GADSDEN CASES: 293

Residents: 288 Non-Residents: 4
Hospitalizations: 46 Deaths: 4

GILCHRIST CASES: 19

Residents: 19 Non-Residents: 0
Hospitalizations: 0 Deaths: 0

GLADES CASES: 83

Residents: 83 Non-Residents: 0
Hospitalizations: 8 Deaths: 1

GULF CASES: 3

Residents: 3 Non-Residents: 0
Hospitalizations: 0 Deaths: 0

HAMILTON CASES: 261

Residents: 258 Non-Residents: 3
Hospitalizations: 5 Deaths: 0

HARDEE CASES: 140

Residents: 137 Non-Residents: 3
Hospitalizations: 14 Deaths: 0

HENDRY CASES: 552

Residents: 552 Non-Residents: 0
Hospitalizations: 55 Deaths: 18

HERNANDO CASES: 122

Residents: 117 Non-Residents: 5
Hospitalizations: 25 Deaths: 5

HIGHLANDS CASES: 143

Residents: 141 Non-Residents: 2
Hospitalizations: 39 Deaths: 9

HILLSBOROUGH CASES: 2,643

Residents: 2,583 Non-Residents: 60
Hospitalizations: 467 Deaths: 90

HOLMES CASES: 30

Residents: 29 Non-Residents: 1
Hospitalizations: 1 Deaths: 0

INDIAN RIVER CASES: 160

Residents: 149 Non-Residents: 11
Hospitalizations: 33 Deaths: 11

JACKSON CASES: 298

Residents: 289 Non-Residents: 9
Hospitalizations: 20 Deaths: 1

JEFFERSON CASES: 31

Residents: 29 Non-Residents: 2
Hospitalizations: 7 Deaths: 3

LAFAYETTE CASES: 10

Residents: 10 Non-Residents: 0
Hospitalizations: 1 Deaths: 0

LAKE CASES: 321

Residents: 306 Non-Residents: 15
Hospitalizations: 75 Deaths: 15

LEE CASES: 2,253

Residents: 2,188 Non-Residents: 64
Hospitalizations: 444 Deaths: 117

LEON CASES: 438

Residents: 406 Non-Residents: 31
Hospitalizations: 38 Deaths: 7

LEVY CASES: 58

Residents: 58 Non-Residents: 0
Hospitalizations: 4 Deaths: 1

LIBERTY CASES: 218

Residents: 218 Non-Residents: 0
Hospitalizations: 1 Deaths: 1

MADISON CASES: 71

Residents: 67 Non-Residents: 4
Hospitalizations: 4 Deaths: 3

MANATEE CASES: 1,177

Residents: 1,168 Non-Residents: 9
Hospitalizations: 221 Deaths: 105

MARION CASES: 274

Residents: 269 Non-Residents: 5
Hospitalizations: 38 Deaths: 8

MARTIN CASES: 849

Residents: 837 Non-Residents: 12
Hospitalizations: 94 Deaths: 12

MONROE CASES: 110

Residents: 99 Non-Residents: 11
Hospitalizations: 10 Deaths: 4

NASSAU CASES: 82

Residents: 75 Non-Residents: 7
Hospitalizations: 15 Deaths: 1

OKALOOSA CASES: 253

Residents: 244 Non-Residents: 8
Hospitalizations: 41 Deaths: 6

OKEECHOBEE CASES: 125

Residents: 124 Non-Residents: 1
Hospitalizations: 12 Deaths: 0

ORANGE CASES: 2,256

Residents: 2,171 Non-Residents: 84
Hospitalizations: 347 Deaths: 45

OSCEOLA CASES: 741

Residents: 692 Non-Residents: 49
Hospitalizations: 157 Deaths: 20

PALM BEACH CASES: 7,074

Residents: 6,963 Non-Residents: 109
Hospitalizations: 1,275 Deaths: 370

PASCO CASES: 419

Residents: 409 Non-Residents: 10
Hospitalizations: 81 Deaths: 15

PINELLAS CASES: 1,532

Residents: 1,481 Non-Residents: 51
Hospitalizations: 408 Deaths: 95

POLK CASES: 1,145

Residents: 1,132 Non-Residents: 13
Hospitalizations: 335 Deaths: 66

PUTNAM CASES: 173

Residents: 173 Non-Residents: 0
Hospitalizations: 21 Deaths: 6

SANTA ROSA CASES: 257

Residents: 253 Non-Residents: 4
Hospitalizations: 25 Deaths: 9

SARASOTA CASES: 669

Residents: 648 Non-Residents: 21
Hospitalizations: 167 Deaths: 85

SEMINOLE CASES: 521

Residents: 514 Non-Residents: 7
Hospitalizations: 114 Deaths: 12

ST. JOHNS CASES: 272

Residents: 262 Non-Residents: 10
Hospitalizations: 42 Deaths: 6

ST. LUCIE CASES: 607

Residents: 596 Non-Residents: 11
Hospitalizations: 113 Deaths: 31

SUMTER CASES: 261

Residents: 260 Non-Residents: 1
Hospitalizations: 45 Deaths: 17

SUWANNEE CASES: 174

Residents: 169 Non-Residents: 5
Hospitalizations: 40 Deaths: 18

TAYLOR CASES: 45

Residents: 44 Non-Residents: 1
Hospitalizations: 3 Deaths: 0

UNION CASES: 36

Residents: 36 Non-Residents: 0
Hospitalizations: 6 Deaths: 1

Unknown CASES: 97

Residents: 7 Non-Residents: 90
Hospitalizations: 0 Deaths: 0

VOLUSIA CASES: 804

Residents: 790 Non-Residents: 14
Hospitalizations: 152 Deaths: 44

WAKULLA CASES: 35

Residents: 33 Non-Residents: 2
Hospitalizations: 5 Deaths: 1

WALTON CASES: 130

Residents: 114 Non-Residents: 16
Hospitalizations: 17 Deaths: 9

WASHINGTON CASES: 83

Residents: 81 Non-Residents: 2
Hospitalizations: 14 Deaths: 6


FLORIDA DEATH TOLL

As of Friday, June 5, 2,688 Florida residents have died from complications of the novel coronavirus, according to new numbers from the DOH.


FLORIDA COVID-19 STATISTICS

According to the DOH, here are the latest numbers related to COVID-19 in Florida:

  • Positive Cases: 62,758 (61,246 Florida residents + 1,512 non-Florida residents)
  • Number of People Hospitalized: 10,891
  • Negative Test Results: 1,111,427
  • Number of People Tested: 1,175,106

Officials in Florida have not released information on recovered patients in the state, but the DOH's interactive map lists the number of recovered cases in the U.S. and globally.


CORONAVIRUS GLOBAL TRACKER


CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK DECLARED A PANDEMIC

On Wednesday, March 11, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared that the ongoing coronavirus outbreak is a pandemic.

Click here to see the latest number of cases worldwide.

CORONAVIRUS: EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW


CORONAVIRUS 411:

COVID-19 can spread from person to person through small droplets from the nose or mouth, including when an individual coughs or sneezes. These droplets may land on objects and surfaces. Other people may contract COVID-19 by touching these objects or surfaces, then touching their eyes, nose or mouth.

Symptoms of COVID-19 are fever, cough and shortness of breath. Symptoms may appear in as few as two days or as many as 14 days following exposure. Most people recover from COVID-19 without needing special treatment. The elderly and those with underlying medical problems like high blood pressure, heart problems and diabetes, are more likely to develop serious illness.

There is currently no vaccine to prevent COVID-19. The best way to prevent illness is to avoid being exposed to the virus. The Department recommends everyday preventive actions to help stop the spread of respiratory diseases, including:

  • Avoiding close contact with people who are sick;
  • Staying home when you are sick and avoiding contact with persons in poor health;
  • Avoiding touching your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands;
  • Covering your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then disposing of the tissue;
  • Washing your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially after going to the bathroom, before eating, after blowing your nose, coughing or sneezing;
  • If soap and water are not readily available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol. Always wash hands with soap and water if hands are visibly dirty; and
  • Cleaning and disinfecting frequently touched objects and surfaces using a regular household cleaning spray or wipe.