Coronavirus daily coverage early July 2020

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11 a.m. update July 6, 2020

Indian River County added 21 new positive coronavirus cases Monday, according to the Florida Department of Health. This raises the number of county cases to 953, while the death count remained at 17.

The 21 new Indian River County cases can be found on the health department’s state linelist.

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.

Health officials said eight out of the 17 deaths in Indian River County were at long-term care facilities.

Health officials said a total of 63 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 22 people still hospitalized as of Sunday, with four in the intensive care unit and three on ventilators, health officials said.

For the Indian River County cases, 387 are white, 60 are black, 193 are Hispanic, 92 were listed as other and the remaining cases were listed as “unknown” regarding race or ethnicity.

There have been 16,292 total tests completed in Indian River County, with 953 testing positive and 15,336 testing negative, officials said. Officials said 25 test results were pending.

The daily positivity rate for Indian River County increased to 5.8 percent, health officials said.

Statewide, the number of cases increased by 6,336, bringing the total to 206,447. The number of deaths increased by 47, raising the statewide death toll in Florida residents to 3,778.

11 a.m. update July 5, 2020

Indian River County added 35 new positive coronavirus cases, along with one new death, Sunday, according to the Florida Department of Health. This raises the number of county cases to 932, while the death count increased to 17.

The new Indian River County death is:

  • An 88-year-old man with no travel history, but who had known contact with an infected person. The man’s case was reported June 23.

The 35 new Indian River County cases can be found on the health department’s state linelist.

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.

Health officials said eight out of the 17 deaths in Indian River County were at long-term care facilities.

Health officials said a total of 61 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 16 people still in the hospital as of Thursday, with three in the intensive care unit and two on ventilators, health officials said.

The 16 people were being treated at Cleveland Clinic Indian River Hospital, health officials said.

For the Indian River County cases, 372 are white, 58 are black, 187 are Hispanic, 92 were listed as other and the remaining cases were listed as “unknown” regarding race or ethnicity.

There have been 16,107 total tests completed in Indian River County, with 932 testing positive and 15,172 testing negative, officials said. Officials said 25 test results were pending.

The daily positivity rate for Indian River County increased to 5.8 percent, health officials said.

Statewide, the number of cases increased by 10,059, bringing the total to 200,111. The number of deaths increased by 29, raising the statewide death toll in Florida residents to 3,731.

11 a.m. update July 4, 2020

Indian River County added 77 new positive coronavirus cases Saturday, according to the Florida Department of Health. This raises the number of county cases to 897, while the death count remained at 16.

The 77 new Indian River County cases can be found on the health department’s state linelist.

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.

Health officials said eight out of the 16 deaths in Indian River County were at long-term care facilities.

Health officials said a total of 59 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 16 people still in the hospital as of Thursday, with three in the intensive care unit and two on ventilators, health officials said. This is an increase by 10 from last week’s numbers.

The 16 people were being treated at Cleveland Clinic Indian River Hospital, health officials said.

For the Indian River County cases, 358 are white, 57 are black, 178 are Hispanic, 90 were listed as other and the remaining cases were listed as “unknown” regarding race or ethnicity.

There have been 15,829 total tests completed in Indian River County, with 897 testing positive and 14,929 testing negative, officials said. Officials said 26 test results were pending.

The daily positivity rate for Indian River County increased to 5.7 percent, health officials said.

Statewide, the number of cases increased by 11,458, bringing the total to 190,052. The number of deaths increased by 18, raising the statewide death toll in Florida residents to 3,702.

11 a.m. update July 3, 2020

Indian River County added 48 new positive coronavirus cases Friday, according to the Florida Department of Health. This raises the number of county cases to 820, while the death count remained at 16.

The 48 new Indian River County cases can be found on the health department’s state linelist.

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.

Health officials said eight out of the 16 deaths in Indian River County were at long-term care facilities.

Health officials said a total of 57 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 16 people still in the hospital as of Thursday, with three in the intensive care unit and two on ventilators, health officials said. This is an increase by 10 from last week’s numbers.

The 16 people were being treated at Cleveland Clinic Indian River Hospital, health officials said.

For the Indian River County cases, 346 are white, 51 are black, 171 are Hispanic, 85 were listed as other and the remaining cases were listed as “unknown” regarding race or ethnicity.

There have been 15,131 total tests completed in Indian River County, with 820 testing positive and 14,309 testing negative, officials said. Officials said 26 test results were pending.

The daily positivity rate for Indian River County increased to 5.4 percent, health officials said.

Statewide, the number of cases increased by 9,488, bringing the total to 178,594. The number of deaths increased by 67, raising the statewide death toll in Florida residents to 3,684.

11 a.m. update July 2, 2020

Indian River County added 32 new positive coronavirus cases Thursday, according to the Florida Department of Health. This raises the number of county cases to 772, while the death count remained at 16.

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.

Health officials said eight out of the 16 deaths in Indian River County were at long-term care facilities.

Health officials said a total of 56 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 16 people still in the hospital as of Thursday, with three in the intensive care unit and two on ventilators, health officials said. This is an increase by 10 from last week’s numbers.

The 16 people were being treated at Cleveland Clinic Indian River Hospital, health officials said.

For the Indian River County cases, 319 are white, 49 are black, 157 are Hispanic, 75 were listed as other and the remaining cases were listed as “unknown” regarding race or ethnicity.

There have been 14,803 total tests completed in Indian River County, with 772 testing positive and 14,029 testing negative, officials said. Officials said 26 test results were pending.

The daily positivity rate for Indian River County increased to 5.2 percent, health officials said.

Statewide, the number of cases increased by 10,109, bringing the total to 169,106. The number of deaths increased by 67, raising the statewide death toll in Florida residents to 3,617.

11 a.m. update July 1, 2020

Indian River County added 42 new positive coronavirus cases Wednesday, according to the Florida Department of Health. This raises the number of county cases to 739, while the death count remained at 16.

The 42 new Indian River County cases can be found on the health department’s state linelist.

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.

Health officials said eight out of the 16 deaths in Indian River County were at long-term care facilities.

Health officials said a total of 54 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 six people still in the hospital as of Tuesday, with three in the intensive care unit and two on ventilators, health officials said.

For the Indian River County cases, 308 are white, 46 are black, 145 are Hispanic, 69 were listed as other and the remaining cases were listed as “unknown” regarding race or ethnicity.

There have been 14,497 total tests completed in Indian River County, with 739 testing positive and 13,757 testing negative, officials said. Officials said 25 test results were pending.

The daily positivity rate for Indian River County increased to 5.1 percent, health officials said.

Statewide, the number of cases increased by 6,563, bringing the total to 158,997. The number of deaths increased by 45, raising the statewide death toll in Florida residents to 3,550.

11 a.m. update June 30, 2020

Indian River County added 11 new positive coronavirus cases Tuesday, according to the Florida Department of Health. This raises the number of county cases to 697, while the death count remained at 16.

The 11 new Indian River County cases can be found on the health department’s state linelist.

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.

Health officials said eight out of the 16 deaths in Indian River County were at long-term care facilities.

So far, a total of 54 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 six people still in the hospital as of Tuesday, with three in the intensive care unit and two on ventilators, health officials said.

For the Indian River County cases, 293 are white, 42 are black, 129 are Hispanic, 61 were listed as other and the remaining cases were listed as “unknown” regarding race or ethnicity.

Health officials have tested 14,155 people total in the county, with 697 testing positive and 13,457 testing negative. Officials said 24 test results were pending.

The dashboard showed a 4.9 percent positivity rate for Indian River County, reported daily.

Statewide, the number of cases increased by 6,093, bringing the total to 152,434. The number of deaths increased by 58, raising the statewide death toll in Florida residents to 3,505.

11 a.m. update June 29, 2020

Indian River County added 31 new positive coronavirus cases Monday, according to the Florida Department of Health. This raises the number of county cases to 686, while the death count remained at 16.

The 31 new Indian River County cases can be found on the health department’s case-by-case list.

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.

Health officials said eight out of the 16 deaths in Indian River County were at long-term care facilities.

So far, a total of 54 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 five people still in the hospital as of Friday, with two on ventilators, health officials said.

For the Indian River County cases, 287 are white, 42 are black, 126 are Hispanic, 59 were listed as other and the remaining cases were listed as “unknown” regarding race or ethnicity.

Health officials have tested 14,040 people total in the county, with 686 testing positive and 13,353 testing negative. Officials said 26 test results were pending.

The dashboard showed a 4.9 percent positivity rate for Indian River County, reported daily.

Statewide, the number of cases increased by 5,266, bringing the total to 146,341. The number of deaths increased by 28, raising the statewide death toll to 3,447.

11 a.m. update June 28, 2020

Indian River County added 35 new positive coronavirus cases Sunday, according to the Florida Department of Health. This raises the number of county cases to 655, while the death count remained at 16.

The 35 new Indian River County cases can be found on the health department’s case-by-case list.

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.

Health officials said eight out of the 16 deaths in Indian River County were at long-term care facilities.

So far, a total of 53 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 five people still in the hospital as of Friday, with two on ventilators, health officials said.

For the Indian River County cases, 278 are white, 40 are black, 118 are Hispanic, 57 were listed as other and the remaining cases were listed as “unknown” regarding race or ethnicity.

Health officials have tested 13,776 people total in the county, with 655 testing positive and 13,119 testing negative. Officials said 27 test results were pending.

The dashboard showed a 4.8 percent positivity rate for Indian River County, reported daily.

Statewide, the number of cases increased by 8,530, bringing the total to 141,075. The number of deaths increased by 29, raising the statewide death toll to 3,419.

11 a.m. update June 27, 2020

Indian River County added 79 new positive coronavirus cases Saturday, according to the Florida Department of Health. This raises the number of county cases to 620, while the death count remained at 16.

The 79 new Indian River County cases can be found on the health department’s case-by-case list.

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.

Health officials said eight out of the 16 deaths in Indian River County were at long-term care facilities.

So far, a total of 53 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 five people still in the hospital as of Friday, with two on ventilators, health officials said.

For the Indian River County cases, 269 are white, 39 are black, 115 are Hispanic, 55 were listed as other and the remaining cases were listed as “unknown” regarding race or ethnicity.

Health officials have tested 13,456 people total in the county, with 620 testing positive and 12,834 testing negative. Officials said 27 test results were pending.

The dashboard showed a 4.6 percent positivity rate for Indian River County, reported daily.

Statewide, the number of cases increased by 9,585, bringing the total to 132,545. The number of deaths increased by 24, raising the statewide death toll to 3,390.

See previous daily virus coverage here.

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NonCompliantMom June 27, 2020

Is anybody else seeing this as bologna? Never before in my life has the country ever shut down for the common FLU!! Have you noticed that since the BLM (black lives matter) has settled down, here comes the ramp up of Covid-19, remember it’s the common flu!!! Doctors and nurses around here have stated that this flu was here already from September to December of 2019, and yet nobody at that time, WORE A MASK!!! or SHUT DOWN THE COUNTRY!!! Where are the critical thinkers anymore??? Everybody is buying the BS!!! It’s sickening to see everybody comply. All the mask wearers are sheeple!!! They want to be part of the story!! Do your research…
An excellent example is HighImpactVlogs on YouTube and look at the video that says: URGENT ALERT! Oxygen-Deficient-Atmosphere!
See for yourself. Let me know what you think.. if you dare!!

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