10 confirmed coronavirus cases in Indian River County

Coronavirus in Indian River County
Coronavirus in Indian River County

There are now 10 confirmed coronavirus cases in Indian River County, health officials said.

Out of the 10 patients, only 1 was not a resident in Indian River County. There are four men, and six women. Six of the cases are travel-related.

There are no deaths in the county at this time caused by COVID-19.

The average age in the Indian River County cases so far is 58. Right now, all patients are between 25 and 84 years of age.

Coronavirus in Florida

Florida now has 1,227 active coronavirus cases and 18 deaths. About 1,237 people are being monitored in the state of Florida at this time.

About 11,637 Floridians tested negative for coronavirus. There are 1,101 cases still pending.

Coronavirus in the United States, and Around the World

In the United States, there are over 42,000 active cases of coronavirus, and 573 deaths. About 295 people have recovered.

Coronavirus in the World

Around the world, there are over 372,563 cases of coronavirus and nearly 16,381 deaths. Nearly 101,000 people have recovered from the virus worldwide.

Sebastian Daily will continue to provide future updates on the coronavirus.

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