State Dept. of Health now offers COVID-19 breakdown by city

Tallahassee, Fla. — The Florida Department of Health (FDOH) announced a new tool to keep residents informed about the status of the COVID-19 or coronavirus.

A new COVID-19 dashboard is now available to the public and it will be updated twice a day.

The case-by-case daily report will now include city-level data which will allow residents to better understand their situation.

For example, as of Monday morning Orlando/Orange County had 23 confirmed cases, while Winter Park/Orange County had 2.

Another example shows St.Cloud/Osceola County with 7 and Kissimee/Osceola with 13.

Miami in Dade county has recorded the most confirmed cases with 125.

Statewide, 1007 confirmed cases of the virus and 13 deaths have been reported by the FDOH.

The website also shows how many people have been tested or monitored and how many are waiting to be tested.

On an interesting note -  one person was deemed inconclusive.





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