No new Coronavirus cases in Indian River County, stands at 8 patients

Coronavirus in Indian River County.
Coronavirus in Indian River County.

There are no new coronavirus cases in Indian River County since Sunday, the total number stands at eight patients. However, this number for Indian River County could change later today.

All eight patients are residents in Indian River County, two men, and six women. Four 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 60. Right now, all patients are between 25 and 84 years of age.

Florida now has 1,171 active coronavirus cases and 14 deaths. About 1,185 people are being monitored in the state of Florida at this time.

About 11,063 Floridians tested negative for coronavirus. There are 860 cases still pending.

In the United States, there are almost 35,000 active cases of coronavirus and 340 deaths, surpassing Spain. About 176 people have recovered. The United States is now the third country in the world with the most COVID-19 cases, right under Italy and China.

Around the world, there are over 354,000 cases of coronavirus and over 15,000 deaths. About 100,430 people have recovered from the virus worldwide.

The Sebastian Inlet State Park is now closed, as well as other state parks in Florida.

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

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Andy Hodges was born in Annapolis, Maryland. When he was age 9, his parents moved to Jupiter, Florida. Andy spent several years at various radio & television stations in Florida such as WLIZ, WFLX-FOX 29, WIRK, WIXI, WKSY, WRMF, and WJNO to name a few. In 1994, Andy made a career change to computer programming and worked for several technology companies (two are Fortune 500) in Atlanta, Georgia. However, Andy returned to Florida and settled in the small town of Sebastian in 2002. In 2005, he returned to the broadcasting news sector and eventually joined our news team in 2016 as editor in chief. Andy's family has lived in Sebastian for more than 45 years.