Key Florida Facts To Know:

The state of Florida is no longer releasing data daily and instead switched to weekly reports in June 4 and biweekly in March 2022. On Oct. 20, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention went to weekly reports on Thursdays.

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Deaths: Florida 83,095, which is 226 in week; 155 week ago, least since 120 June 8; 181 two weeks ago; 263 five weeks ago; record 2,468 Sept. 22, 2021. Other states in past seven days: Florida 226, New York 196 (city 113 in third tie, elsewhere 83 in seventh), California 211, Ohio 210, Pennsylvania 116, Michigan 113, Pennsylvania 145, Georgia 109. U.S. 1,780 weekly, least since 1,679 July 7 2,634 week ago. Florida 8.7%
Cases: Florida 7,252,023, which is 12,843 weekly; 11,657 week ago; 11,828 two weeks ago; 12,325 three weeks ago; 9,904 six weeks ago, least since 8,748 March 30; record 429,311 Jan. 19. Other states' cases in past seven days: California 39,963, New York 31,909 (city 19,063 in third, elsewhere 12,846 in seventh), Texas 17,322, Illinois 16,575, New Jersey 13,060, Arizona 12,987, Florida 12,843, Pennsylvania 10,730. U.S. 303,101 weekly, 306,856 week ago. Florida 4.2%.
Tests: 64,278,305 through Nov. 24. Tests in past seven days: New York 303,763, Illinois 172,573, Florida 104,556 (14,937 daily), Texas 102,499. No California data.
Vaccinations: At least one dose: 17,588,427, which is 81.9% of the total population (93.3% of adults, 91.4% of 12 and older, 86.3% of 5 and older). Completed primary: 14,823,571, which is 69% of the total population (78.9% of adults, 77.2% of 12 and older, 72.8% 5 and older). Updated (bivalent) booster all 1,711,947, which is 5 and older 8% (9.7% 18 and older, 9.1% 12 and older, 22.5% 65 and older). U.S. at least one dose: 267,346,533, which is 80.5% of total population (91.5% adults, 89.7% 12 and older, 85% 5 and older). Completed primary: 228,369,460, which is 68.8% of total population (78.5% adults, 77% 12 and older, 72.9% 5 and older). Updated (bivalent) booster all 39,719,443, which is 5 and older 12.7% (14.7% 18 and older, 13.8% 12 and older, 32.6% 65 and older).
Hospitalizations (updated daily): 1,765 (3.27% capacity) with coronavirus; day ago 1,672 (3.12%); week ago 1,678 (3.15%); July 29 4,758 (8.09%), most since 4,920 (8.25%) Feb. 17. April 11 892 (1.58%), least since record-keeping began July 2020, according to Department of Health and Human Services; Jan. 19 11,839 (21.29%), most since 12,651 Sept. 11. Record high 17,295 (29.35%) Aug. 29, 2021. Total beds in use 43,231 (79.16%). 54,610 total beds. 211 hospitals reporting, 209 day before. California first with 4,910 (7.97%), New York second with 3,854 (8.96%), Texas third with 2,434 (4.16%), Pennsylvania fourth with 1,797 (5.79%), North Carolina fifth with 1,772 (8.6%), Ohio seventh with 1,550 (5.95%), Illinois eighth with 1,510 (5.75%), New Jersey ninth with 1,376 (6.46%), Georgia 10th with 1,150 (5.63%), Michigan 11th with 1,146 (5.45%). Wyoming least with 27 (1.79%), Alaska next with 34 (2%), Vermont next with 41 (3.63%),
U.S. hospitalizations 38,227 (5.52%); day ago 36,689 (5.36%); week ago 35,259 (5.1%); record 160,113 (20.6%) Jan. 20. Past record before omicron surge 142,315 Jan. 14, 2021. High during delta surge 103,960 Sept. 1. Total beds in use 557,195 (79.47%). 5,184 hospitals reporting, 5,160 day before

Friday's state report out Dec. 2. Next report out Dec. 16 after switching to bi-weekly reports.
Note: Death totals not released for counties
State death toll: 83,201, two-week increase 326, lowest since 260 June 4; two weeks ago 334; four weeks ago 365, six weeks ago 515; eight weeks ago 522; 10 weeks ago 753; 12 weeks ago 753, 14 weeks ago 1,014, most since 1,167 March 25; 470 weekly on Jan. 14; 288 Jan. 7, 162 Dec. 31; record 2,468 Sept. 17. 34 occurred in past week.
State total cases: 7,226,875 residents, two-week increase 30,932, two weeks ago 23,486, four weeks ago 23,157, six weeks ago 20,005, eight weeks ago 22,592, 10 weeks ago 40,419, 12 weeks ago 67,673; 14 weeks ago 89,155, 16 weeks ago 19,918; one-week record 430,297 Jan. 14; 9,663 weekly Nov. 26; new cases weekly 18,761; week ago 12,155; two weeks ago 11,643; three weeks ago 11,778; four weeks ago 12,365; five weeks ago 10,791; six weeks ago 10,138; seven weeks ago 9,926, fewest since 8,746 March 25; March 18 8,040.
State first-time positivity rate: 11.4%; one week ago 8.9%; two weeks ago 8.0%; three weeks ago 7.8%; four weeks ago 7.6%; five weeks ago 7.1%; six weeks ago 6.7%, least since 6.1% April 21; record high 31.3% through Feb. 6; 1.9% through March 18, lowest since went to weekly reports June 4, 2021
Palm Beach County: Cases: 457,258 residents (1,312 new, 887 two weeks ago); first-time positivity in past week: 14.7% (10.8% two weeks ago).
St. Lucie County: Cases: 92,023 residents (174 new, 123 two weeks ago). First-time positivity in past week: 9.4% (8.3% two weeks ago).
Martin County: Cases: 38,453 residents (94 new, 63 two weeks ago). First-time positivity 8.9% in past week (7.4% two weeks ago).
Indian River County: Cases: 40,972 residents (97 new, 62 two weeks ago). First-time positivity in past week: 13.3% (6.6% two weeks ago).
Okeechobee County: 12,119 residents (18 new, 7 two weeks ago). First-time positivity in past week: 5.1% in past week (1.7% two weeks ago).
Broward County: Cases: 741,730 residents (1,907 new, 1,181 two weeks ago). First-time positivity in past week: 13.6% (9.3% two weeks ago).
Miami-Dade County: 1,475,419 residents (4,876 new, 2,407 two weeks ago). First-daily positivity in past week: 13.3% (9% two weeks ago).

CDC transmissions levels
Updated weekly on Thursday

All of South Florida stayed in "low" transmission one week. Charlotte, DeSoto, Sarasota remained "medium" with 10 in northern part of state. No county in the state is in "high" where masks are encouraged indoors.

Palm Beach
LOW: This week: Cases per 100,000: 67.88, new admissions per 100,000: 7.3 staffed inpatient beds in use 2.1%
LOW: Last week: Cases per 100,000: 59.93; new admissions per 100,000: 5.4; staffed inpatient beds in use 1.6%
Current positivity rate: 11.82% (10.55% last week)
Deaths: 15 (less than 13 last week)
St. Lucie
LOW: This week: Cases per 100,000: 46.91; new admissions per 100,000: 7.3 staffed inpatient beds in use 2.1%
LOW: Last week: Cases per 100,000: 43,56; new admissions per 100,000: 5.4; staffed inpatient beds in use 1.6%
Current positivity rate: 10.88% (9.13% last week)
Deaths: Less than 10 (less than 10 last week)
Martin
LOW: This week: Cases per 100,000: 59.01 new admissions per 100,000: 7.3; staffed inpatient beds in use 2.1%
LOW: Last week: Cases per 100,000: 40,37 new admissions per 100,000: 5.4; staffed inpatient beds in use 1.6%
Current positivity rate: 8.29% (9.29% last week)
Deaths: Less than 10 (less than 10 last week)
Indian River
LOW: This week: Cases per 100,000: 46.27; new admissions per 100,000: 3.3 staffed inpatient beds in use 1.8%
LOW: Last week: Cases per 100,000: 38.39; new admissions per 100,000: 4.6; staffed inpatient beds in use 2.1%
Current positivity rate: 14.25% (13.96% last week)
Deaths: less than 10 (less than 10 last week)
Okeechobee
LOW: Last week: Cases per 100,000: 35.57; 4.8 new admissions per 100,000: 7.3 staffed inpatient beds in use 2.1%
LOW: This week: Cases per 100,000: 16.6; new admissions per 100,000: 5.4; staffed inpatient beds in use 1.6%
Current positivity rate: 5.31% (3.14% last week)
Deaths: less than 10 (less than 10 last week)
Broward
LOW: This week: Cases per 100,000: 68.77; new admissions per 100,000: 6.2 staffed inpatient beds in use 2%
LOW: Last week: Cases per 100,000: 60.58; new admissions per 100,000: 5.8; staffed inpatient beds in use 1.8%
Current positivity rate: 13.6% (12.44% last week)
Deaths: 10 (less than 10 last week)
Miami-Dade
LOW: Last week: Cases per 100,000: 108.1; new admissions per 100,000: 6.2 staffed inpatient beds in use 2%
LOW: This week: Cases per 100,000: 88.48; new admissions per 100,000: 5.8; staffed inpatient beds in use 1.8%
Current positivity rate through: 14.04% (13.69% last week)
Deaths: 16 (10 last week)

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This page was updated on Wednesday December 7 2022

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