Coronavirus Update: Indian River County has 16 cases, Brevard County 26

New coronavirus cases in Indian River County and Brevard County.
New coronavirus cases in Indian River County and Brevard County.

Health officials are reporting 16 confirmed coronavirus cases in Indian River County and 26 cases in Brevard County.

1 patient is not a local resident.

The Indian River County patients are seven men and nine women between the ages of 25 to 84. The average age is 57. There is one person hospitalized, and no deaths.

About 194 people tested negative in Indian River County.

Cleveland Clinic, Indian River Hospital, is providing drive-through testing by appointments from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., seven days a week. To make an appointment, call the hospital at 772-226-4846.

Brevard County is showing 26 confirmed cases, 2 patients are not a local residents.

The Brevard County patients are nineteen men and seven women between the ages of 25 to 84. The average age is 52. There are three people hospitalized, and no deaths.

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About 400 people tested negative in Brevard County.

Florida

Florida now has 3,763 active cases, with 54 deaths. About 35,366 people have tested negative in Florida. Over 526 people are hospitalized in the state.

United States

According to numbers by the CDC, there are 104,865 cases, and there have been 1,710 deaths.

The CDC says that 895 people have recovered from the virus in the United States. New York has the most cases of coronavirus, totaling over 46,000 confirmed.

Global

Around the world, there are over 621,636 cases of coronavirus and over 28,658 deaths. Approximately 135,752 people have recovered from the virus worldwide.

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


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