As of 11 a.m. Monday, there have been 889,864 positive cases of the coronavirus recorded in the state. The case count includes 877,340 Florida residents and 12,524 non-Florida residents. There are 17,559 Florida resident deaths reported, 216 non-resident deaths, and 52,019 hospitalizations at some point during illness, according to the Florida Department of Health.
*Numbers are released by the DOH daily at approximately 11 a.m. but are occasionally delayed.
Total number of recorded cases: 889,864 (up from 885,201)
Florida resident deaths: 17,559 (up from 17,518)
Non-resident deaths: 216 (unchanged)
Total deaths in state (Fla./non-Fla. residents combined): 17,775 (up from 17,734)
- 4,663 total new cases reported Monday
- 41 new resident deaths reported Monday
- 0 new non-resident deaths reported Monday
- Percent positive for new cases in Fla. residents: 7.95%
- This percent is the number of people who test PCR- or antigen-positive for the first time divided by all the people tested that day, excluding people who have previously tested positive.
SOUTHWEST FLORIDA NUMBERS
Total recorded cases in SWFL: 51,608 (up from 51,245)
Deaths: 1,069 (up from 1,068)
- 363 total new cases reported Monday
- 1 new death reported Monday
Lee County: 26,438 cases (up from 26,226) – 542 deaths
Collier County: 16,019 (up from 15,938) – 267 deaths
Charlotte County: 4,333 (up from 4,292) – 175 deaths (1 new)
DeSoto County: 1,814 (up from 1,798) – 33 deaths
Glades County: 637 (unchanged) – 7 deaths
Hendry County: 2,367 (up from 2,354) – 45 deaths
Click HERE* for a case-by-case breakdown – updated daily.
*If not linked, the final report has not yet been made available.
Effective Oct. 27, the Florida Department of Health ceased releasing data showing overall testing numbers. Their statement: “The Florida Department of Health is making adjustments to the COVID-19 dashboard and daily report to provide clear, accurate information for Florida families. Moving forward, the daily report will focus on the number of tests reported to the state by day and the corresponding positivity rate by day. The previously reported cumulative number did not reflect the current status of the pandemic in Florida. This change is in line with the CDC recommendation that calculation of percent positivity [is] applied consistently and with clear communication, will allow public health officials to follow magnitude and trends effectively, and the trends will be useful for local public health decision making.”
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REPORT COVID-19 DIAGNOSIS/TEST: International self-reporting system
IF YOU FEEL SICK:
The Florida Department of Health has a 24-hour COVID-19 Call Center at 1-866-779-6121. Questions may also be emailed to [email protected]. Email responses will be sent during call center hours.
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