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Volusia reports one more COVID-19 death, 10 hospitalizations; none reported in Flagler

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Here is your daily COVID-19 briefing.

Tuesday, May 12

Florida's number of COVID-19 cases rose to 41,923 on Tuesday, May 12, up from 40,982 on Monday, May 11, according to the Florida Department of Health's COVID-19 Data and Surveillance Dashboard.

Statewide, 7,418 people have been hospitalized with COVID-19 in Florida, and 1,779 have died. A total of 580,316 people have been tested around the state, and 7.2% have tested positive.

Here is a brief look at the local data for Flagler and Volusia:

Flagler County

Cases: 147

Hospitalizations: 17

Deaths: 4

Tests administered: 2,400

Percentage positive: 6.1%

Volusia County:

Cases: 557

Hospitalizations: 111

Deaths: 30

Tests administered: 13,479

Percentage positive: 4.1%

Monday, May 11

Florida's number of COVID-19 cases totaled 40,982 on Monday, May 11, signaling an increase of over 1,700 cases over the weekend, according to the Florida Department of Health's COVID-19 Data and Surveillance Dashboard.

A total of 7,224 people have been hospitalized in Florida, and 1,735 have died. Statewide, 561,741 people have been tested and 7.3% have tested positive.

Here is a brief look at the local data for Flagler and Volusia:

Flagler County

Cases: 147

Hospitalizations: 17

Deaths: 4

Tests administered: 2,322

People awaiting testing/results: 0

Percentage positive: 6.3%

Volusia County:

Cases: 551

Hospitalizations: 101

Deaths: 29

Tests administered: 13,282

People awaiting testing/results: 0

Percentage positive: 4.1%

Friday, May 8

Florida's total number of known COVID-19 cases increased by almost 1,200 over one day, to 39,199 on Friday, May 8, according to the Florida Department of Health's COVID-19 Data and Surveillance Dashboard.

A total of 6,929 people have been hospitalized in Florida, and 1,669 have died. Statewide, 514,017 people have been tested — an increase of over 32,000 in one day — and 7.6% have tested positive.

Here is a brief look at the local data for Flagler and Volusia:

Flagler County

Cases: 147

Hospitalizations: 17

Deaths: The Health Department's dashboard reads 3 deaths as of the morning of May 8, which would be a decrease in COVID-19 deaths from May 7, when the state was listing 4 deaths. The issue: One death had initially been misclassified as a COVID-19 death and added into the state's fatality numbers on Tuesday, bringing the total to 4, and was removed as of the morning of May 8, dropping the number to 3 again, according to the Health Department. However, one additional death also occurred May 8 and has not yet been added to the official count on the website, bringing the actual number back up to 4. 

Tests administered: 2,067

People awaiting testing/results: 0

Percentage positive: 7.1%

Volusia County:

Cases: 537

Hospitalizations: 100

Deaths: 28

Tests administered: 12,234

People awaiting testing/results: 0

Percentage positive: 4.4%

Thursday, May 7

Florida's total number of known COVID-19 cases increased to 38,002 on Thursday, May 7, according to the Florida Department of Health's COVID-19 Data and Surveillance Dashboard.

There have been 6,557 people hospitalized statewide, and 1,539 people have died. A total of 482,005 people have been tested in Florida, and 7.9% have tested positive.

Here is a brief look at the local data for Flagler and Volusia:

Flagler County

Cases: 142

Hospitalizations: 17

Deaths: 4

Tests administered: 1,983

People awaiting testing/results: 3

Percentage positive: 7.2%

Volusia County:

Cases: 526

Hospitalizations: 95

Deaths: 27

Tests administered: 11,786

People awaiting testing/results: 3

Percentage positive: 4.5%

Tuesday, May 5

Florida's total number of known COVID-19 cases increased to 37,439 on Tuesday, May 5, up from 36,897 from Monday, May 4, according to the Florida Department of Health's COVID-19 Data and Surveillance Dashboard.

There have been 6,330 people hospitalized statewide, and 1,471 people have died. A total of 467,553 people have been tested in Florida, and 8% have tested positive.

Here is a brief look at the local data for Flagler and Volusia:

Flagler County

Cases: 141

Hospitalizations: 17

Deaths: 4

Tests administered: 1,929

People awaiting testing/results: 0

Percentage positive: 7.3%

Volusia County:

Cases: 521

Hospitalizations: 92

Deaths: 27

Tests administered: 11,498

People awaiting testing/results: 4

Percentage positive: 4.5%

Monday, May 4

Florida's total number of known COVID-19 cases rose by over 2,000 over the weekend, increasing to 36,897 on Monday, May 4 from 34,728 the previous Friday, according to the Florida Department of Health's COVID-19 Data and Surveillance Dashboard.

There have been 6,119 people hospitalized statewide, and 1,399 people have died. A total of 445,995 people have been tested in Florida, and 8.3% have tested positive.

Here is a brief look at the local data for Flagler and Volusia:

Flagler County

Cases: 140

Hospitalizations: 15

Deaths: 3

Tests administered: 1,804

People awaiting testing/results: 0

Percentage positive: 7.8%

Volusia County:

Cases: 514

Hospitalizations: 89

Deaths: 26

Tests administered: 10,947

People awaiting testing/results: 2

Percentage positive: 4.7%

Friday, May 1

The number of known COVID-19 cases in Florida increased to 34,728 on Friday, May 1, from  33,690 the day before, according to the Florida Department of Health's COVID-19 Data and Surveillance Dashboard.

There have been 5,767 people hospitalized statewide, and 1,314 people have died. A total of 404,467 people have been tested in Florida, and 8.6% have tested positive.

Here is a brief look at the local data for Flagler and Volusia:

Flagler County

Cases: 134

Hospitalizations: 13

Deaths: 2

Tests administered: 1,564

People awaiting testing/results: 0

Percentage positive: 8.6%

Volusia County:

Cases: 500

Hospitalizations: 87

Deaths: 21

Tests administered: 9,520

People awaiting testing/results: 1

Percentage positive: 5.3%

Thursday, April 30

The number of known COVID-19 cases in Florida increased to 33,690 on Thursday, April 30, from  33,193 the day before, according to the Florida Department of Health's COVID-19 Data and Surveillance Dashboard.

There have been 5,589 people hospitalized statewide, and 1,268 people have died. A total of 375,300 people have been tested in Florida, and 8.8% have tested positive.

Here is a brief look at the local data for Flagler and Volusia:

Flagler County

Cases: 133

Hospitalizations: 12

Deaths: 2

Tests administered: 1,511

People awaiting testing/results: 0

Volusia County:

Cases: 452

Hospitalizations: 83

Deaths: 21

Tests administered: 8,473

People awaiting testing/results: 2

Wednesday, April 29

COVID-19 cases in Florida rose to 33,193 on Wednesday, April 29, according to the Florida Department of Health's COVID-19 Data and Surveillance Dashboard, an increase of less than 350 from Tuesday, April 28.

Statewide, 5,419 people have been hospitalized, and 1,218 have died. A total of 375,300 people have been tested in Florida, and 8.8% have tested positive.

Here is a brief look at the local data for Flagler and Volusia:

Flagler County

Cases: 133

Hospitalizations: 12

Deaths: 2

Tests administered: 1,460

People awaiting testing/results: 0

Volusia County:

Cases: 448

Hospitalizations: 81

Deaths: 20

Tests administered: 8,473

People awaiting testing/results: 1

Tuesday, April 28

COVID-19 cases in Florida rose to 32,846 on Tuesday, April 28, according to the Florida Department of Health's COVID-19 Data and Surveillance Dashboard

Statewide, 5,222 people have been hospitalized, and 1,171 have died. A total of 31,986 people have been tested in Florida, and 8.9% have tested positive.

Here is a brief look at the local data for Flagler and Volusia:

Flagler County

Cases: 131

Hospitalizations: 12

Deaths: 2

Tests administered: 1,433

People awaiting testing/results: 0

Volusia County:

Cases: 445

Hospitalizations: 79

Deaths: 18

Tests administered: 8,376

People awaiting testing/results: 1

Monday, April 27

COVID-19 cases totaled 32,138 on Monday, April 27, according to the Florida Department of Health's COVID-19 Data and Surveillance Dashboard, an increase of just under 2,000 over the weekend. 

There have been 5,010 hospitalizations in the state, and 1,088 people have died. A total of 358,127 people have been tested in Florida. Of those, 9% have tested positive.

Here is a brief look at the local data for Flagler and Volusia:

Flagler County

Cases: 127

Hospitalizations: 10

Deaths: 2

Tests administered: 1,394

People awaiting testing/results: 0

Volusia County:

Cases: 440

Hospitalizations: 78

Deaths: 18

Tests administered: 8,188

People awaiting testing/results: 1

Friday, April 24

Florida's number of COVID-19 cases increased to 30,174 on Friday, April 24, according to the Florida Department of Health's COVID-19 Data and Surveillance Dashboard.

There have been 4,699 hospitalizations in the state, and 1,012 people have died. A total of 318,827 people have been tested in Florida. Of those, 9.5% have tested positive.

Here is a brief look at the local data for Flagler and Volusia:

Flagler County

Cases: 105

Hospitalizations: 10

Deaths: 2

Tests administered: 1,157

People awaiting testing/results: 0

Volusia County:

Cases: 427

Hospitalizations: 74

Deaths: 15

Tests administered: 7,011

People awaiting testing/results: 2

Thursday, April 23

Florida COVID-19 cases have increased to 28,832 on Thursday, April 23, according to the Florida Department of Health's COVID-19 Data and Surveillance Dashboard.

Hospitalizations total 4,509, and 960 people have died. A total of 298,587 people have been tested in Florida. Of those 28,832 — or 9.7% — have tested positive.

Here is a brief look at the local data for Flagler and Volusia:

Flagler County

Cases: 78

Hospitalizations: 10

Deaths: 2

Tests administered: 1,094

People awaiting testing/results: 0

Volusia County:

Cases: 377

Hospitalizations: 67

Deaths: 13

Tests administered: 6,220

People awaiting testing/results: 3

Tuesday, April 21

COVID-19 cases increased by 835 statewide, going from 26,660 on Monday, April 20, to 27,495 on Tuesday, April 21, according to the Florida Department of Health's COVID-19 Data and Surveillance Dashboard.

Hospitalizations have risen to 4,063 from 3,842, and 50 more people died, bringing the number of deaths to 839. A total of 278,888 people have been tested in Florida. Of those 27,495 — or 9.9% — have tested positive.

Here is a brief look at the local data for Flagler and Volusia:

Flagler County

Cases: 77

Hospitalizations: 9

Deaths: 2

Tests administered: 1,048

People awaiting testing/results: 1

Volusia County:

Cases: 356

Hospitalizations: 62

Deaths: 10

Tests administered: 5,994

People awaiting testing/results: 4

Monday, April 20

Reported COVID-19 cases in Florida increased by more than 2,500 over the weekend, rising to 26,660 on April 20 from 24,119 as of April 17, according to the Florida Department of Health's COVID-19 Data and Surveillance Dashboard.

The number of people who have been hospitalized in the state increased to 3,842, up from 3,507 on Friday, April 17, and the number of deaths is 789, up from 686.

A total of 267,957 people have been tested statewide, an increase of over 31,400 from the reported numbers on Friday. Of those, 26,660, or about 10%, have tested positive.

Here is a brief look at the local data for Flagler and Volusia:

Flagler County

Cases: 75

Hospitalizations: 8

Deaths: 2

Tests administered: 1,004

People awaiting testing/results: 0

Volusia County:

Cases: 338

Hospitalizations: 57

Deaths: 10

Tests administered: 5,477

People awaiting testing/results: 7

Friday, April 17

COVID-19 cases in Florida spiked to 24,119 as of April 17, up from 22,897 the day before, according to the Florida Department of Health's COVID-19 Data and Surveillance Dashboard.

The number of people who have been hospitalized in the state increased by 202 to total 3,507, and the number of deaths is 686, up from 663 on April 16.

A total of 236,503 people have been tested. Of those, 24,119, or 10.3%, have tested positive.

Here is a brief look at the local data for Flagler and Volusia:

Flagler County

Cases: 52

Hospitalizations: 8

Deaths: 2

Tests administered: 902

People awaiting testing/results: 0

Volusia County:

Cases: 263

Hospitalizations: 55

Deaths: 9

Tests administered: 4,322

People awaiting testing/results: 2

Thursday, April 16

The number of COVID-19 cases in Florida rose to 22,897 as of April 16, up from 22,081 the day before, according to the Florida Department of Health's COVID-19 Data and Surveillance Dashboard.

The number of people who have been hospitalized in the state is 3,305, and the number of deaths is 663, up from 591 on April 15.

A total of 220,892 people have been tested. Of those, 22,897, or 10.4%, have tested positive.

Here is a brief look at the local data for Flagler and Volusia:

Flagler County

Cases: 46

Hospitalizations: 8

Deaths: 2

Tests administered: 859

People awaiting testing/results: 0

Volusia County:

Cases: 255

Hospitalizations: 53

Deaths: 8

Tests administered: 4,039

People awaiting testing: 7

Wednesday, April 15

COVID-19 cases in Florida totaled 22,081 as of 11:30 a.m. on Wednesday, April 15, up from 21,367 from Tuesday, April 14, according to the Florida Department of Health's COVID-19 Data and Surveillance Dashboard.

The number of people who have been hospitalized in the state is 3,099 (up from 2,909), and deaths have risen to 591, an increase from 524 as of April 14. 

A total of 207,842 people have been tested, and, of those, 22,081 — 10.7% — have tested positive.

Here is a brief look at the local data for Flagler and Volusia:

Flagler County

Cases: 45

Hospitalizations: 8

Deaths: 2

Tests administered: 794

People awaiting testing/results: 1

Volusia County:

Cases: 231

Hospitalizations: 52

Deaths: 8

Tests administered: 3,587

People awaiting testing/results: 9

Tuesday, April 14

The number of COVID-19 cases in Florida is 21,367 as of the afternoon of April 14, rising from 20,601 on Monday, April 13, according to the Florida Department of Health's COVID-19 Data and Surveillance Dashboard.

The number of people who have been hospitalized in the state is 2,909 (up from 2,694 as of April 13), and the number of deaths is 524, up from 470 as of April 13. A total of 205,413 people have been tested, and, of those, 21,367 — 10.5% — have tested positive.

Here is a brief look at the local data for Flagler and Volusia:

Flagler County

Cases: 45

Hospitalizations: 8

Deaths: 2

Tests administered: 730

People awaiting testing/results: 0

Volusia County:

Cases: 223

Hospitalizations: 49

Deaths: 7

Tests administered: 2,962

People awaiting testing: 10

Monday, April 13

COVID-19 cases in Florida rose by 3,000 over the weekend, increasing from 17,531 on Friday, April 10, to 20,601 on Monday, April 13, according to the Florida Department of Health's COVID-19 Data and Surveillance Dashboard.

A total of 2,694 people been hospitalized in the state, and 470 have died. The state has tested 186,787 people; 11.1% have tested positive.

Here is a brief look at the local data for Flagler and Volusia:

Flagler County

Cases: 44

Hospitalizations: 8

Deaths: 2

Tests administered: 706

People awaiting testing/results: 1

Volusia County:

Cases: 212

Hospitalizations: 48

Deaths: 7

Tests administered: 2,614

People awaiting testing: 2

Friday, April 10

COVID-19 cases in Florida increased by more than 1,000 from April 9 to April 10, rising from 16,364 to 17,531, according to the Florida Department of Health's COVID-19 Data and Surveillance Dashboard.

A total of 2,360 people been hospitalized in the state, and 390 have died. The state has tested 162,993 people; 10.8% have tested positive.

Here is a brief look at the local data for Flagler and Volusia:

Flagler County

Cases: 44

Hospitalizations: 7

Deaths: 1

Tests administered: 595

People awaiting testing: 0

Volusia County:

Cases: 187

Hospitalizations: 41

Deaths: 5

Tests administered: 2,118

People awaiting testing: 4

Thursday, April 9

The state of Florida saw an increase of almost 1,000 COVID-19 cases, as numbers rose to 16,364 on Thursday, April 9. A total of 354 people have died, and 2,149 have been hospitalized. The state has tested 152,699 people, and the percentage who have tested positive is approximately 10.7%.

Here is a brief look at the local data for Flagler and Volusia:

Flagler County

Cases: 37

Hospitalizations: 6

Deaths: 1

Tests administered: 532

People awaiting testing: 0

Volusia County:

Cases: 179

Hospitalizations: 41

Deaths: 5

Tests administered: 1,980

People awaiting testing: 5

Wednesday, April 8

Cases of COVID-19 totaled 15,456 in Florida on Wednesday, April 8, an increase of over 900 from yesterday's numbers. Locally, Volusia County cases have risen by one case to 163; Flagler County had 35 as of the latest data released before noon Tuesday, April 7, by the Florida Department of Health. 

Of the 163 Volusia cases, there have been 39 hospitalizations and three deaths, according to the DOH's COVID-19 Data and Surveillance Dashboard. Three people are currently awaiting testing.

Of the 35 Flagler cases, there were six hospitalizations and one death. DOH reported no one is awaiting testing.

Of the 15,456 known positive COVID-19 cases statewide, a total of 309 people have died, and 1,955 have been hospitalized. The state has tested 144,570 people, and the percentage who have tested positive is approximately 10.7%. 

This post was updated at 12 p.m. Friday, April 10, with current information. Check back for daily updates.

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