This morning, the Florida Department of Health is reporting four more COVID-19 cases than last night, for a total of 431 reported cases since March 13. That’s an addition of 64 cases in the last week, an average of less than 10 per day.
In that time virus-related hospitalizations have risen from 109 to 124.
Osceola County’s COVID-19 dashboard is showing that 286 hospital beds are available county-wide, the lowest that figure its has been. It has hovered in the low 300s since the dashboard debuted six days ago.
Statewide there have been 28,832 cases reported, about 450 more from overnight, and 960 deaths. That’s 33 more than last night, meaning Florida will reach the 1,000 more by or over the weekend.