Coronavirus in IRC, Jan. 27 update

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Afternoon update, Jan. 27, 2021

Indian River County verified 66 new COVID-19 cases Wednesday, along with four new deaths, according to the Florida Department of Health county report. This raises the total amount of county cases to 9,518, while the death toll increased to 222.

The numbers in the reports are provisional and subject to change. Health officials said 100 out of the 222 Indian River County deaths were at long-term care facilities.

The long-term care facilities with COVID-19 cases can be found here. The facilities with virus-related deaths can be found here.

There have been 587 COVID-19 hospitalizations in Indian River County, health officials said. The number of hospitalizations and county cases are both cumulative.

There were 44 people still hospitalized as of Wednesday, according to the Florida Agency for Health Care Administration.

For the Indian River County cases among residents, 6,340 were white, 947 were black, 821 were listed as “other” and 1,328 were listed as “unknown.”

Statewide, the number of COVID-19 cases increased to 1,676,171, health officials said. The number of virus-related deaths increased to 26,249.

Statewide, 1,290,157 people have received their first COVID-19 vaccine doses, and 203,846 have gotten both doses, according to a state vaccine summary. In Indian River County, 13,169 people have received their first COVID-19 vaccine doses, while 1,002 have gotten both doses, a county vaccine summary shows.

Afternoon update, Jan. 26, 2021

Indian River County verified 57 new COVID-19 cases Tuesday, according to the Florida Department of Health county report. This raises the total amount of county cases to 9,450, while the death toll remained at 218.

The numbers in the reports are provisional and subject to change. Health officials said 99 out of the 218 Indian River County deaths were at long-term care facilities.

The long-term care facilities with COVID-19 cases can be found here. The facilities with virus-related deaths can be found here.

There have been 582 COVID-19 hospitalizations in Indian River County, health officials said. The number of hospitalizations and county cases are both cumulative.

There were 41 people still hospitalized as of Tuesday, according to the Florida Agency for Health Care Administration.

For the Indian River County cases among residents, 6,293 were white, 935 were black, 816 were listed as “other” and 1,324 were listed as “unknown.”

Statewide, the number of COVID-19 cases increased to 1,667,763, health officials said. The number of virus-related deaths increased to 26,080.

Statewide, 1,270,739 people have received their first COVID-19 vaccine doses, and 175,841 have gotten both doses, according to a state vaccine summary. In Indian River County, 12,955 people have received their first COVID-19 vaccine doses, while 853 have gotten both doses, a county vaccine summary shows.

Afternoon update, Jan. 25, 2021

Indian River County verified 68 new COVID-19 cases Monday, according to the Florida Department of Health county report. This raises the total amount of county cases to 9,391.

The county death toll increased to 218, health officials said.

The numbers in the reports are provisional and subject to change. Health officials said 99 out of the 218 Indian River County deaths were at long-term care facilities.

The long-term care facilities with COVID-19 cases can be found here. The facilities with virus-related deaths can be found here.

There have been 582 COVID-19 hospitalizations in Indian River County, health officials said. The number of hospitalizations and county cases are both cumulative.

There were 42 people still hospitalized as of Monday, according to the Florida Agency for Health Care Administration.

For the Indian River County cases among residents, 6,253 were white, 928 were black, 816 were listed as “other” and 1,315 were listed as “unknown.”

Statewide, the number of COVID-19 cases increased to 1,658,169, health officials said. The number of virus-related deaths increased to 25,849.

Statewide, 1,249,439 people have received their first COVID-19 vaccine doses, and 157,972 have gotten both doses, according to a state vaccine summary. In Indian River County, 12,764 people have received their first COVID-19 vaccine doses, while 706 have gotten both doses, a county vaccine summary shows.

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