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Coronavirus

Palm Beach County COVID-19 testing, vaccination sites

Kathy Fernandez
10:07 AM, Aug 03, 2021

Key Florida Facts To Know:

The state of Florida is no longer releasing data daily and instead switched to weekly reports. In daily reports, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is showing deaths that occurred that day with the numbers updated as new ones are reported for that date and back-adjusted twice a week. That last back-adjusting was Thursday.

Covid tracker
Deaths: 53,124 cumulative, which is 8 that occurred most recently and posted Saturday, 11 Friday, 9 Thursday, 25 Wednesday, 52 Tuesday. Seven-day total moving average daily is 29 (deaths occurred then). Deaths in past seven days: Texas 2,112, Georgia 901, Alabama 813, Tennessee 417. Florida 207 (occurred in past week). U.S. deaths reported Friday: 2,177.

Cases: 3,546,292, which is 7,074 new ones posted Saturday, 7,753 Friday, 6,271 Thursday, 10,158 Wednesday, 6,989 Tuesday, 6,355 Monday. Record 27,784 Aug. 26. Seven-day moving average daily is 7,618. It was 11,134 on July 25. Cases in past seven days: Texas 78,514, Florida 53,329, Ohio 44,309, California 32,653, Pennsylvania 32,579. U.S. cases reported Friday: 130,638. Florida 5.4%.

Tests: 39,355,405 (through Wednesday). In last seven days: California 1,173,086, New York 992,088, Massachusetts 592,269, Illinois 567,966, Florida 531,577 (75,940 daily), Texas 506,979

Vaccinations: At least one dose: 14,300,760, which is 66.6% of the total population (78.2% of adults, 76.4% of 12 and older). Fully: 12,187,692, which is 56.7% of the total population (67.0% of adults, 65.2% of 12 and older). U.S. at least one dose: 213,177,462, which is 64.2% of total population (76.9% adults, 75.1% 12 and older). Full: 183,353,326, which is 55.2% of total population (66.4% adults, 64.6% 12 and older).

Hospitalizations: 6,914 for covid (11.8% capacity), according to U.S. Health and Human Services. Previous day 7,185 (12.26%). Record 17,295 (29.35%) Aug. 19. On July 20, it was 4,262. Until recently, the record was 10,179 on July 23, 2020, according to the Florida Hospitalization Association in data obtained by the CDC. Total beds in use 47,312 (79.5%). 59,514 total beds. 262 hospitals reporting; day before 262. Florida second in U.S. with covid hospitalizations with Texas first at 11,425 (16.61%) with 591 hospitals reporting. U.S. hospitalizations: 81,659 for covid (10.65%). Previous day: 85,905 (10.83%). 604,134 total beds in use (77.11%). 5,983 hospitals reporting; 6,025 day before.

CDC
Weekly deaths released Tuesday from CDC compiled by Jason Salemi, Phd, at University of South Florida
Palm Beach County: 3,708, weekly increase 194
Martin: 447, weekly increase 21
St. Lucie: 891, weekly increase 48
Indian River: 479, weekly increase 33
Okeechobee: 97, weekly increase 1
Broward: 4,261, weekly increase 171
Miami-Dade: 7,730, weekly increase 204

Friday's state report
Note: Death totals not released for counties but CDC reporting them weekly

State death Toll: 53,580 residents (2,340 increase, previous week record 2,468 increase in week, 355 occurred in past week, 384 previous). Based on CDC total, the one-day increase was 464.

State Total Cases: 3,539,272 residents (54,109 increase in week, 75,998 previous record, record 152,760 four weeks ago, 53,580 new cases).

State First-time Positivity rate: 8.6% (11.2% last week)

Palm Beach County: Cases: 217,721 residents (2,921 new). First-time positivity average in past week: 7.5%.

St. Lucie County: Cases: 46,238 resident (719 new). First-daily positivity in past week: 10.5%

Martin County: Cases: 19,444 residents (310 new). First-daily positivity in past week: 9.5%

Indian River County: Cases: 21,565 residents (334 new). First-daily positivity in past week: 9.9%

Okeechobee County: 7,216 residents (158 new). First-daily positivity in past week: 19.9%.

Broward County: Cases: 346,392 residents (4,349 new). First-daily positivity in past week: 6.6%

Miami-Dade County: 656,813 residents (8,556 new). First-daily positivity in past week: 5.3%.

This page was updated on Sunday, Sept. 26 2021

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