Coronavirus in IRC – early June 2020

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Daily virus coverage for Indian River County from June 1 through June 17, 2020.

11 a.m. update June 17, 2020

Indian River County added 22 new positive coronavirus cases on Wednesday, upping the total to 256, according to the Florida Department of Health. The number of COVID-19 related deaths in the county remained at 12.

The 22 new Indian River County cases are:

  • A 22-year-old man who traveled to Ireland and had known contact with an infected person
  • A 32-year-old man with no travel history
  • A 73-year-old man with no travel history, but who had known contact with an infected person
  • A 49-year-old man with no travel history, but who had known contact with an infected person
  • A 35-year-old woman with unknown travel history who had known contact with an infected person
  • A 45-year-old woman with no travel history, but who had known contact with an infected person
  • A 91-year-old woman with unknown travel history
  • A 60-year-old woman with no travel history
  • A 20-year-old woman with no travel history
  • A 94-year-old woman with no travel history, but who had known contact with an infected person
  • A 23-year-old woman with unknown travel history
  • A 46-year-old man with unknown travel history
  • A 33-year-old woman unknown travel history
  • An 18-year-old woman with unknown travel history
  • A 40-year-old man with unknown travel history
  • A 33-year-old man with unknown travel history
  • A 37-year-old woman with unknown travel history
  • A 25-year-old woman with unknown travel history
  • A 21-year-old man with unknown travel history
  • A 17-year-old boy with unknown travel history
  • A 34-year-old woman with unknown travel history
  • A 70-year-old woman with unknown travel history

Health department officials released the names of long-term care facilities with COVID-19 cases. Officials also released the names of the facilities with COVID-19 deaths.

So far, a total of 43 residents and three non-residents in the county had been hospitalized due to the virus. The number of county cases and hospitalizations are both cumulative and do not represent the current number of positive cases being traced or the current number of people in the hospital.

There were four people still in the hospital as of last Friday, health officials said.

For the Indian River County cases, 156 are white, 20 are black, 54 are Hispanic, 27 were listed as other and the remaining cases were listed as “unknown” regarding race or ethnicity.

Health officials have tested 9,379 people total in the county, with 256 testing positive and 9,123 testing negative. Officials said 25 test results were pending.

The dashboard shows a 2.7 percent positivity rate for Indian River County, reported daily. But, last week, health officials noted the weekly positivity rate had increased to 3.6 percent.

Statewide, the number of county cases increased by 2,610, bringing the total to 82,719. The number of deaths increased by 25, raising the statewide death toll to 3,018.

11 a.m. update June 16, 2020

Indian River County added 18 new positive coronavirus cases on Tuesday, upping the total to 234, according to the Florida Department of Health. The number of COVID-19 related deaths in the county remained at 12.

The 18 new Indian River County cases are:

  • A 49-year-old man with unknown travel history
  • An 87-year-old woman with no travel history and unknown contact with an infected person
  • An 85-year-old woman with no travel history and no known contact with an infected person
  • A 70-year-old woman with no travel history and unknown contact with an infected person
  • An 18-year-old woman with no travel history and known contact with an infected person
  • A 21-year-old man with unknown travel history
  • A 6-year-old girl with unknown travel history and known contact with an infected person
  • A 21-year-old woman with no travel history and known contact with an infected person
  • A 21-year-old woman with unknown travel history
  • A 57-year-old man with unknown travel history
  • A 47-year-old man with unknown travel history
  • A 39-year-old woman with unknown travel history
  • A 34-year-old man with unknown travel history
  • A 49-year-old woman with unknown travel history
  • A 75-year-old woman with unknown travel history
  • A 41-year-old woman with unknown travel history
  • A 51-year-old man with unknown travel history
  • A 37-year-old man with unknown travel history

Health department officials released the names of long-term care facilities with COVID-19 cases. Officials also released the names of the facilities with COVID-19 deaths.

So far, a total of 41 residents and three non-residents in the county had been hospitalized due to the virus. The number of county cases and hospitalizations are both cumulative and do not represent the current number of positive cases being traced or the current number of people in the hospital.

There were four people still in the hospital as of last Friday, health officials said.

For the Indian River County cases, 146 are white, 20 are black, 49 are Hispanic, 27 were listed as other and the remaining cases were listed as “unknown” regarding race or ethnicity.

Health officials have tested 9,176 people total in the county, with 234 testing positive and 8,942 testing negative. Officials said 25 test results were pending.

The dashboard shows a 2.6 percent positivity rate for Indian River County, reported daily. But, last week, health officials noted the weekly positivity rate had increased to 3.6 percent.

Statewide, the number of county cases increased by 2,783, bringing the total to 80,109. The number of deaths increased by 55, raising the statewide death toll to 2,993.

11 a.m. update June 15, 2020

Indian River County added 11 new positive coronavirus cases on Monday, upping the total to 216, according to the Florida Department of Health. Health officials also announced one new death, raising the county death toll to 12.

The new Indian River County death is:

  • A 41-year-old woman with no travel history, but who had known contact with an infected person. The woman’s case was counted June 9.

The county reported 11 new cases, but the case-by-case list showed 12 additional cases. It was unclear if there was an error in the data.

The new Indian River County cases are:

  • An 87-year-old woman with no travel history and unknown contact with an infected person
  • A 21-year-old woman with unknown travel history
  • A 34-year-old woman with unknown travel history
  • A 43-year-old man with unknown travel history
  • A 47-year-old woman with unknown travel history
  • A 37-year-old man with unknown travel history
  • A 48-year-old man with no travel history, but who had known contact with an infected person
  • A 59-year-old woman with no travel history, but who had known contact with an infected person
  • A 58-year-old woman with unknown travel history
  • A 57-year-old man with unknown travel history
  • A 33-year-old woman with unknown travel history
  • A 76-year-old man with unknown travel history

Health department officials released the names of long-term care facilities with COVID-19 cases. Officials also released the names of the facilities with COVID-19 deaths.

So far, a total of 40 residents and three non-residents in the county had been hospitalized due to the virus. The number of county cases and hospitalizations are both cumulative and do not represent the current number of positive cases being traced or the current number of people in the hospital.

There were four people still in the hospital as of last Friday, health officials said.

For the Indian River County cases, 135 are white, 18 are black, 44 are Hispanic, 25 were listed as other and the remaining cases were listed as “unknown” regarding race or ethnicity.

Health officials have tested 8,978 people total in the county, with 216 testing positive and 8,762 testing negative. Officials said 27 test results were pending.

The dashboard shows a 2.4 percent positivity rate for Indian River County, reported daily. But, last week, health officials noted the weekly positivity rate had increased to 3.6 percent.

Statewide, the number of county cases increased by 1,758, bringing the total to 77,326. The number of deaths increased by seven, raising the statewide death toll to 2,938.

11 a.m. update June 14, 2020

Indian River County added eight new positive coronavirus cases on Sunday, upping the total to 205, according to the Florida Department of Health. Cumulative hospitalizations are now 39 and the death toll from COVID-19 remains at 11.

The new cases announced on Sunday are:

A 16-year-old female with no travel history who had known contact with an infected person.

A 25-year-old female with no travel history.

A 50-year-old female with no travel history.

An 80-year-old male with no travel history.

A 26-year-old female with unknown travel history.

A 24-year-old female with unknown travel history.

A 76-year-old male with unknown travel history.

An 80-year-old male with unknown travel history.

Florida had another near-record day on Sunday with the new total topping 75,000 cases at 75,568.

As of Sunday morning, a total of 11,942 Florida residents have been hospitalized with COVID-19 illness and 2,931 Florida residents have died of complications from COVID-19.

11 a.m. update June 13, 2020

Florida Department of Health officials announced seven new positive coronavirus cases in Indian River County Saturday, raising the county total to 197, while the death count remained at 11.

The seven new Indian River County cases are:

  • A 26-year-old woman with no travel history and unknown contact with an infected person
  • A 68-year-old woman with no travel history and known contact with an infected person
  • A 68-year-old man with no travel history and unknown contact with an infected person
  • A 40-year-old man with no travel history and no known contact with an infected person
  • A 40-year-old woman with no travel history and unknown contact with an infected person
  • A 3-year-old boy with no travel history and known contact with an infected person
  • A 26-year-old woman with no travel history and known contact with an infected person

So far, a total of 34 residents and three non-residents in the county have been hospitalized due to the virus. The number of county cases and hospitalizations are both cumulative and do not represent the current number of positive cases being traced or the current number of people in the hospital. As of Friday, four people remained in the hospital.

11 a.m. update June 12, 2020

Florida Department of Health officials announced 13 new positive coronavirus cases in Indian River County Friday. This raises the total amount of county cases to 190, while the death count remained at 11.

The 13 new Indian River County cases are:

  • A 36-year-old woman with no travel history and no known contact with an infected person
  • A 41-year-old woman with no travel history and no known contact with an infected person
  • A 5-year-old girl with unknown travel history
  • A 61-year-old woman with unknown travel history
  • An 11-year-old boy with unknown travel history
  • A 75-year-old man with unknown travel history and unknown contact with an infected person
  • A 74-year-old woman with unknown travel history
  • A 56-year-old man with unknown travel history
  • A 37-year-old woman with unknown travel history
  • A 48-year-old woman with unknown travel history
  • A 15-year-old girl with unknown travel history
  • A 71-year-old woman with no travel history, but who had known contact with an infected person
  • A 16-year-old boy with unknown travel history

Health department officials released the names of long-term care facilities that have or previously had COVID-19 cases. Health department officials also released the names of long-term care facilities with COVID-19 deaths.

Residents can contact the health department in Indian River County for further details on the cases at long-term care facilities.

Health department officials said a total of 34 residents and three non-residents in the county had been hospitalized after falling ill from the virus. The number of county cases and hospitalizations are both cumulative and do not represent the current number of positive cases being tracked or the current number of people in the hospital.

Authorities said four people remain in the hospital.

For those who tested positive in Indian River County, 122 are white, 16 are black, 33 are Hispanic, 19 were listed as other and the remaining cases were listed as “unknown/no data” regarding race or ethnicity.

There have been 8,314 tests total completed in Indian River County, with 190 people testing positive and 8,124 testing negative, officials said. Officials said 43 test results are pending.

The positive test rate for Indian River County is 2.3 percent.

Statewide, there were 1,902 new cases, raising the total number of positive coronavirus cases to 70,971 Friday. Health officials announced 29 additional deaths, raising the statewide death toll to 2,877.

11 a.m. update June 11, 2020

Florida Department of Health officials announced five new positive coronavirus cases in Indian River County Thursday. This raises the total amount of county cases to 177, while the death count remained at 11.

The five new Indian River County cases are:

  • A 59-year-old woman with unknown travel history
  • A 29-year-old man with no travel history, but who had known contact with an infected person
  • A 33-year-old woman with unknown travel history, but who had known contact with an infected person
  • A 55-year-old man with unknown travel history
  • A 30-year-old woman with no travel history

Health department officials released the names of long-term care facilities that have or previously had COVID-19 cases. Eight facilities in Indian River County – HarborChase of Vero Beach, Sonata of Vero Beach, Renaissance Senior Living, Isles of Vero Beach, Grace Rehabilitation Center, Rosewood Manor, Solaris Senior Living, Green Gables Assisted Living – reported virus cases among residents and staff.

HarborChase reported at least 11 coronavirus cases, including five deaths among residents, health officers said. Sonata reported four cases, while Renaissance and Isles of Vero Beach reported one case each.

Grace Rehabilitation reported one case, Rosewood Manor reported two cases and Solaris reported two cases.

Health department officials said a total of 34 residents and three non-residents in the county had been hospitalized after falling ill from the virus. The number of county cases and hospitalizations are both cumulative and do not represent the current number of positive cases being tracked or the current number of people in the hospital.

Authorities said six people remain in the hospital.

For those who tested positive in Indian River County, 119 are white, 16 are black, 31 are Hispanic, 18 were listed as other and the remaining cases were listed as “unknown/no data” regarding race or ethnicity.

There have been 8,063 tests total completed in Indian River County, with 177 people testing positive and 7,886 testing negative, officials said. Officials said 45 test results are pending.

The positive test rate for Indian River County is 2.2 percent.

Statewide, there were 1,698 new cases, raising the total number of positive coronavirus cases to 69,069 Thursday. Health officials announced 47 additional deaths, bringing the statewide death toll to 2,848.

11 a.m. update June 10, 2020

Florida Department of Health officials announced five new positive coronavirus cases in Indian River County Wednesday. This raises the total amount of county cases to 172, while the death count remained at 11.

The five new Indian River County cases are:

  • A 41-year-old woman with no travel history, but who had known contact with an infected person
  • A 3-year-old girl with no travel history, but who had known contact with an infected person
  • A 49-year-old woman with unknown travel history,
  • A 15-year-old girl with no travel history, but who had known contact with an infected person
  • A 19-year-old woman with no travel history

Health department officials released the names of long-term care facilities that have or previously had COVID-19 cases. Eight facilities in Indian River County – HarborChase of Vero Beach, Sonata of Vero Beach, Renaissance Senior Living, Isles of Vero Beach, Grace Rehabilitation Center, Rosewood Manor, Solaris Senior Living, Green Gables Assisted Living – reported virus cases among residents and staff.

HarborChase reported at least 11 coronavirus cases, including five deaths among residents, health officers said. Sonata reported four cases, while Renaissance and Isles of Vero Beach reported one case each.

Grace Rehabilitation reported one case, Rosewood Manor reported two cases and Solaris reported two cases.

Health department officials said a total of 34 residents and three non-residents in the county had been hospitalized after falling ill from the virus. The number of county cases and hospitalizations are both cumulative and do not represent the current number of positive cases being tracked or the current number of people in the hospital.

Authorities said six people remain in the hospital.

For those who tested positive in Indian River County, 110 are white, 15 are black, 28 are Hispanic, 19 were listed as other and the remaining cases were listed as “unknown/no data” regarding race or ethnicity.

There have been 7,900 tests total completed in Indian River County, with 172 people testing positive and 7,728 testing negative, officials said. Officials said 41 test results are pending.

The positive test rate for Indian River County is 2.2 percent.

Statewide, there were 1,371 new cases, raising the total number of positive coronavirus cases to 67,371 Wednesday. Health officials announced 36 additional deaths, bringing the statewide death toll to 2,801.

11 a.m. update June 9, 2020

There were no new positive coronavirus cases in Indian River County Tuesday, according to Florida Department of Health. The total amount of county cases remained at 167, while the death count remained at 11.

Health department officials released the names of long-term care facilities that have or previously had COVID-19 cases. Nine facilities in Indian River County – HarborChase of Vero Beach, Sonata of Vero Beach, Renaissance Senior Living, Isles of Vero Beach, Grace Rehabilitation Center, Rosewood Manor, Solaris Senior Living, Green Gables Assisted Living and Sea Breeze Rehab and Nursing Center – reported virus cases among residents and staff.

HarborChase reported at least 11 coronavirus cases, including five deaths among residents, health officers said. Sonata reported four cases, while Renaissance and Isles of Vero Beach reported one case each.

Grace Rehabilitation reported one case, Rosewood Manor reported two cases and Solaris reported two cases. Sea Breeze reported seven cases.

Health department officials said a total of 34 residents and three non-residents in the county had been hospitalized after falling ill from the virus. The number of county cases and hospitalizations are both cumulative and do not represent the current number of positive cases being tracked or the current number of people in the hospital.

Authorities said six people remain in the hospital.

For those who tested positive in Indian River County, 108 are white, 13 are black, 26 are Hispanic, 19 were listed as other and the remaining cases were listed as “unknown/no data” regarding race or ethnicity.

There have been 7,743 tests total completed in Indian River County, with 167 people testing positive and 7,576 testing negative, officials said. Officials said 38 test results are pending.

The positive test rate for Indian River County is 2.2 percent.

Statewide, there were 1,096 new cases, raising the total number of positive coronavirus cases to 66,000 Tuesday. Health officials announced 53 additional deaths, bringing the statewide death toll to 2,765.

11 a.m. update June 8, 2020

Florida Department of Health officials announced three new positive coronavirus cases in Indian River County Monday. This raises the total amount of county cases to 167, while the death count remained at 11.

The three new Indian River County cases are:

  • A 45-year-old woman with no travel history, but who had known contact with an infected person
  • A 35-year-old woman with unknown travel history
  • A 58-year-old man with unknown travel history

Health department officials released the names of long-term care facilities that have or previously had COVID-19 cases. Nine facilities in Indian River County – HarborChase of Vero Beach, Sonata of Vero Beach, Renaissance Senior Living, Isles of Vero Beach, Grace Rehabilitation Center, Rosewood Manor, Solaris Senior Living, Green Gables Assisted Living and Sea Breeze Rehab and Nursing Center – reported virus cases among residents and staff.

HarborChase reported at least 11 coronavirus cases, including five deaths among residents, health officers said. Sonata reported four cases, while Renaissance and Isles of Vero Beach reported one case each.

Grace Rehabilitation reported one case, Rosewood Manor reported two cases and Solaris reported two cases. Sea Breeze reported seven cases.

Health department officials said a total of 33 residents and three non-residents in the county had been hospitalized after falling ill from the virus. The number of county cases and hospitalizations are both cumulative and do not represent the current number of positive cases being tracked or the current number of people in the hospital.

Authorities said six people remain in the hospital.

For those who tested positive in Indian River County, 107 are white, 13 are black, 25 are Hispanic, 19 were listed as other and the remaining cases were listed as “unknown/no data” regarding race or ethnicity.

There have been 7,648 tests total completed in Indian River County, with 167 people testing positive and 7,481 testing negative, officials said. Officials said 34 test results are pending.

The positive test rate for Indian River County is 2.2 percent.

Statewide, there were 966 new cases, raising the total number of positive coronavirus cases to 64,904 Monday. Health officials announced 12 additional deaths, bringing the statewide death toll to 2,712.

11 a.m. update June 7, 2020

Florida Department of Health officials announced four new positive coronavirus cases in Indian River County Sunday. This raises the total amount of county cases to 164, while the death count remained at 11.

The four new Indian River County cases are:

  • A 35-year-old woman with no travel history, but who had known contact with an infected person
  • A 17-year-old boy with no travel history, but who had known contact with an infected person
  • A 40-year-old man with unknown travel history, but who had known contact with an infected person
  • A 27-year-old woman with unknown travel history

Health department officials released the names of long-term care facilities that have or previously had COVID-19 cases. Eight facilities in Indian River County – HarborChase of Vero Beach, Sonata of Vero Beach, Renaissance Senior Living, Isles of Vero Beach, Grace Rehabilitation Center, Rosewood Manor, Solaris Senior Living, and Green Gables Assisted Living – reported virus cases among residents and staff.

HarborChase reported at least 11 coronavirus cases, including five deaths among residents, health officers said. Sonata reported four cases, while Renaissance and Isles of Vero Beach reported one case each.

Grace Rehabilitation reported one case, Rosewood Manor reported two cases and Solaris reported two cases.

Health department officials said a total of 33 residents and three non-residents in the county had been hospitalized after falling ill from the virus. The number of county cases and hospitalizations are both cumulative and do not represent the current number of positive cases being tracked or the current number of people in the hospital.

Authorities said six people remain in the hospital.

For those who tested positive in Indian River County, 106 are white, 12 are black, 25 are Hispanic, 19 were listed as other and the remaining cases were listed as “unknown/no data” regarding race or ethnicity.

There have been 7,379 tests total completed in Indian River County, with 164 people testing positive and 7,215 testing negative, officials said. Officials said 32 test results are pending.

The positive test rate for Indian River County is 2.2 percent.

Statewide, there were 1,180 new cases, raising the total number of positive coronavirus cases to 63,938 Sunday. Health officials announced 12 additional deaths, bringing the statewide death toll to 2,700.

11 a.m. update June 6, 2020

Florida Department of Health officials announced six new positive coronavirus cases in Indian River County Saturday. This raises the total amount of county cases to 160, while the death count remained at 11.

The six new Indian River County cases are:

  • An infant girl with unknown travel history
  • A 33-year-old man with no travel history
  • A 28-year-old man with no travel history, but who had known contact with an infected person
  • A 30-year-old woman with unknown travel history
  • A 52-year-old man with no travel history, but who had known contact with an infected person
  • A 37-year-old woman with unknown travel history

Health department officials released the names of long-term care facilities that have or previously had COVID-19 cases. Officials previously reported nine facilities in Indian River County – HarborChase of Vero Beach, Sonata of Vero Beach, Renaissance Senior Living, Isles of Vero Beach, Grace Rehabilitation Center, Rosewood Manor, Solaris Senior Living, Consulate Health Care and Green Gables Assisted Living – as having coronavirus cases among residents and staff.

HarborChase reported at least 11 coronavirus cases, including five deaths among residents, health officers said. Consulate Health Care reported one case, Sonata reported four cases, while Renaissance and Isles of Vero Beach reported one case each.

Grace Rehabilitation reported one case, Rosewood Manor reported two cases and Solaris reported two cases.

Health department officials said a total of 33 residents and three non-residents in the county had been hospitalized after falling ill from the virus. The number of county cases and hospitalizations are both cumulative and do not represent the current number of positive cases being tracked or the current number of people in the hospital.

Authorities said six people remain in the hospital.

For those who tested positive in Indian River County, 104 are white, 12 are black, 23 are Hispanic, 18 were listed as other and the remaining cases were listed as “unknown/no data” regarding race or ethnicity.

There have been 6,877 tests total completed in Indian River County, with 160 people testing positive and 6,717 testing negative, officials said. Officials said 40 test results are pending.

The positive test rate for Indian River County is 2.3 percent.

Statewide, there were 1,270 new cases, raising the total number of positive coronavirus cases to 62,758 Saturday. Health officials announced 28 additional deaths, bringing the statewide death toll to 2,688.

11 a.m. update June 5, 2020

Florida Department of Health officials announced 10 new positive coronavirus cases, along with one new death, in Indian River County Friday. This raises the total amount of county cases to 154, while the death count increased to 11.

The new Indian River County death is:

  • An 84-year-old woman with no travel history and unknown contact with an infected person. The woman’s case was counted May 30.

The 10 new Indian River County cases are:

  • A 58-year-old man with no travel history, but who had known contact with an infected person
  • A 19-year-old man with no travel history
  • A 30-year-old man with no travel history, but who had known contact with an infected person
  • A 43-year-old man with no travel history, but who had known contact with an infected person
  • A 20-year-old man with unknown travel history, but who had known contact with an infected person
  • A 12-year-old boy with no travel history, but who had known contact with an infected person
  • A 55-year-old man with unknown travel history
  • A 23-year-old woman with no travel history, but who had known contact with an infected person
  • A 45-year-old woman with unknown travel history
  • A 44-year-old woman with unknown travel history

Health department officials released the names of long-term care facilities that have or previously had COVID-19 cases. Nine facilities in Indian River County – HarborChase of Vero Beach, Sonata of Vero Beach, Renaissance Senior Living, Isles of Vero Beach, Grace Rehabilitation Center, Rosewood Manor, Solaris Senior Living, Consulate Health Care and Green Gables Assisted Living – reported coronavirus cases among residents and staff.

HarborChase reported at least 11 coronavirus cases, including five deaths among residents, health officers said. Consulate Health Care reported one case, Sonata reported four cases, while Renaissance and Isles of Vero Beach reported one case each.

Grace Rehabilitation reported one case, Rosewood Manor reported two cases and Solaris reported two cases.

Health department officials said a total of 33 residents and three non-residents in the county had been hospitalized after falling ill from the virus. The number of county cases and hospitalizations are both cumulative and do not represent the current number of positive cases being tracked or the current number of people in the hospital.

Authorities said six people remain in the hospital.

For those who tested positive in Indian River County, 100 are white, 12 are black, 21 are Hispanic, 18 were listed as other and the remaining cases were listed as “unknown/no data” regarding race or ethnicity.

There have been 6,453 tests total completed in Indian River County, with 154 people testing positive and 6,299 testing negative, officials said. Officials said 48 test results are pending.

The positive test rate for Indian River County is 2.4 percent.

Statewide, there were 1,305 new cases, raising the total number of positive coronavirus cases to 61,488 Friday. Health officials announced 53 additional deaths, bringing the statewide death toll to 2,660.

11 a.m. update June 4, 2020

Florida Department of Health officials announced five new positive coronavirus cases in Indian River County Thursday. This raises the total amount of county cases to 144, while the death count remained at 10.

The five new Indian River County cases are:

  • A 42-year-old woman with unknown travel history
  • A 36-year-old man with unknown travel history
  • A 27-year-old man with no travel history and no known contact with an infected person
  • A 24-year-old man with unknown travel history
  • A 34-year-old woman with unknown travel history

Health department officials released the names of long-term care facilities that have or previously had COVID-19 cases. Eight facilities in Indian River County – HarborChase of Vero Beach, Palm Garden of Vero Beach, Sonata of Vero Beach, Renaissance Senior Living, Isles of Vero Beach, Grace Rehabilitation Center, Rosewood Manor and Solaris Senior Living – reported coronavirus cases among residents and staff.

HarborChase reported at least 11 coronavirus cases, including five deaths among residents, health officers said. Palm Garden reported two cases, Sonata reported five cases, while Renaissance and Isles of Vero Beach reported one case each.

Grace Rehabilitation reported one case, Rosewood Manor reported two cases and Solaris reported one case.

Health department officials said a total of 33 residents and three non-residents in the county had been hospitalized after falling ill from the virus. The number of county cases and hospitalizations are both cumulative and do not represent the current number of positive cases being tracked or the current number of people in the hospital.

Authorities said three people remain in the hospital.

For those who tested positive in Indian River County, 91 are white, 12 are black, 14 are Hispanic, 17 were listed as other and the remaining cases were listed as “unknown/no data” regarding race or ethnicity.

There have been 6,280 tests total completed in Indian River County, with 144 people testing positive and 6,136 testing negative, officials said. Officials said 48 test results are pending.

The positive test rate for Indian River County is 2.3 percent.

Statewide, there were 1,419 new cases, raising the total number of positive coronavirus cases to 60,183 Thursday. Health officials announced 41 additional deaths, bringing the statewide death toll to 2,607.

11 a.m. update June 3, 2020

Florida Department of Health officials announced one new positive coronavirus case in Indian River County Wednesday. This raises the total amount of county cases to 139, while the death count remained at 10.

Details on the new case were not immediately available.

Health department officials released the names of long-term care facilities that have or previously had COVID-19 cases. Eight facilities in Indian River County – HarborChase of Vero Beach, Palm Garden of Vero Beach, Sonata of Vero Beach, Renaissance Senior Living, Isles of Vero Beach, Grace Rehabilitation Center, Rosewood Manor and Solaris Senior Living – reported coronavirus cases among residents and staff.

HarborChase reported at least 11 coronavirus cases, including five deaths among residents, health officers said. Palm Garden reported two cases, Sonata reported five cases, while Renaissance and Isles of Vero Beach reported one case each.

Grace Rehabilitation reported one case, Rosewood Manor reported two cases and Solaris reported one case.

Health department officials said a total of 33 residents and three non-residents in the county had been hospitalized after falling ill from the virus. The number of county cases and hospitalizations are both cumulative and do not represent the current number of positive cases being tracked or the current number of people in the hospital.

Authorities said three people remain in the hospital.

For those who tested positive in Indian River County, 88 are white, 11 are black, 13 are Hispanic, 17 were listed as other and the remaining cases were listed as “unknown/no data” regarding race or ethnicity.

There have been 6,091 tests total completed in Indian River County, with 139 people testing positive and 5,952 testing negative, officials said. Officials said 46 test results are pending.

The positive test rate for Indian River County is 2.3 percent.

Statewide, there were 1,317 new cases, raising the total number of positive coronavirus cases to 58,764 Wednesday. Health officials announced 36 additional deaths, bringing the statewide death toll to 2,566.

11 a.m. update June 2, 2020

Florida Department of Health officials announced five new positive coronavirus cases in Indian River County Tuesday. This raises the total amount of county cases to 138, while the death count remained at 10.

The five new Indian River County cases are:

  • A 51-year-old woman with no travel history and unknown contact with an infected person
  • A 12-year-old girl with unknown travel history
  • A 5-year-old girl with unknown travel history and no known contact with an infected person
  • A 45-year-old woman with unknown travel history and known contact with an infected person
  • A 33-year-old woman with unknown travel history

Health department officials released the names of long-term care facilities that have or previously had COVID-19 cases. Eight facilities in Indian River County – HarborChase of Vero Beach, Palm Garden of Vero Beach, Sonata of Vero Beach, Renaissance Senior Living, Isles of Vero Beach, Grace Rehabilitation Center, Rosewood Manor and Solaris Senior Living – reported coronavirus cases among residents and staff.

HarborChase reported at least 11 coronavirus cases, including five deaths among residents, health officers said. Palm Garden reported two cases, Sonata reported five cases, while Renaissance and Isles of Vero Beach reported one case each.

Grace Rehabilitation reported one case, Rosewood Manor reported two cases and Solaris reported one case.

Health department officials said a total of 33 residents and three non-residents in the county had been hospitalized after falling ill from the virus. The number of county cases and hospitalizations are both cumulative and do not represent the current number of positive cases being tracked or the current number of people in the hospital.

Authorities said three people remain in the hospital.

There have been 6,036 tests total completed in Indian River County, with 138 people testing positive and 5,898 people testing negative, health officials said. Officials said 35 test results are pending.

For those who tested positive in Indian River County, 87 are white, 11 are black, 13 are Hispanic, 17 were listed as other and the remaining cases were listed as “unknown/no data” regarding race or ethnicity.

Statewide, there were 617 new cases, raising the total number of positive coronavirus cases to 57,447 Tuesday. Health officials announced 70 additional deaths, bringing the statewide death toll to 2,530.

11 a.m. update June 1, 2020

Florida Department of Health officials announced three new positive coronavirus cases in Indian River County Monday. This raises the total amount of county cases to 133, while the death count remained at 10.

The three new Indian River County cases are:

  • An 84-year-old woman with no travel history and unknown contact with an infected person
  • A 21-year-old woman with unknown travel history
  • A 72-year-old woman with unknown travel history

Health department officials released the names of long-term care facilities that have or previously had COVID-19 cases. Eight facilities in Indian River County – HarborChase of Vero Beach, Palm Garden of Vero Beach, Sonata of Vero Beach, Renaissance Senior Living, Isles of Vero Beach, Grace Rehabilitation Center, Rosewood Manor and Solaris Senior Living – reported coronavirus cases among residents and staff.

HarborChase reported at least 11 coronavirus cases, including five deaths among residents, health officers said. Palm Garden reported two cases, Sonata reported five cases, while Renaissance and Isles of Vero Beach reported one case each.

Grace Rehabilitation reported one case, Rosewood Manor reported two cases and Solaris reported one case.

Health department officials said a total of 32 residents and three non-residents in the county had been hospitalized after falling ill from the virus. The number of county cases and hospitalizations are both cumulative and do not represent the current number of positive cases being tracked or the current number of people in the hospital.

Authorities said three people remain in the hospital.

There have been 5,856 tests total completed in Indian River County, with 133 people testing positive and 5,723 people testing negative, health officials said. Officials said 31 test results are pending.

For those who tested positive in Indian River County, 82 are white, nine are black, 10 are Hispanic, 16 were listed as other and the remaining cases were listed as “unknown/no data” regarding race or ethnicity.

Statewide, there were 667 new cases, raising the total number of positive coronavirus cases to 56,830 Monday. Health officials announced nine additional deaths, bringing the statewide death toll to 2,460.

See previous daily virus coverage for Indian River County here.

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Comments:

JamesDD1 May 26, 2020

Thanks for reporting the number of patients (3) currently in the hospital(s). It would also be great to know how many active cases are in the county. The total reported at 119 on 5/26/20 gives a misleading idea of what is really going on. A few months into this thing and based on the number of new cases reported in the last few weeks, I’m guessing there are less than 20 currently sick with CV.

emuck3 June 3, 2020

Why don’t you tell us where the people are from. What part of indian river county. A location would help people make better decisions on activities they are doing to help protect themselves.

Hockeymom June 6, 2020

@VeroNews. Your headline doesn’t make sense. If it is an update to a previous article it should say UPDATE……… But New one day Coronavirus peak, makes it sound like it’s a one day virus. If someone living under a rock, that’s that they would think. Please proof read before posting.

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