According to the Florida Department of Health, Osceola County added just one coronavirus case and subtracted a hospitalization overnight. There’s now 410 cases, just seven more than Saturday night about 40 hours ago. There are 118 hospitalizations, the same it was Friday evening.

And the county’s COVID-19 dashboard shows 356 available hospital beds in the county, up from 343 on Sunday.

While these numbers come as state and federal officials are taking up when and how to “open up the economy,” Florida’s stay-at-home declaration carries through April 30, so our social distancing and appeal to folks to remain at home except to get groceries and medication or go to an essential job will last at least another two weeks. But, the statistics show that our efforts have had a positive effect; imagine what another two weeks will do.