COVID-19 dashboard keeps residents informed

In an effort to deliver daily updates to Florida residents, the Florida Department of Health launched a COVID-19 Case Dashboard on March 16th.

“As part of the state’s ongoing efforts to provide transparency and clarity regarding COVID-19, the Florida Department of Health launched a new COVID-19 Case Dashboard,” the FDOH announced.”

“To keep Florida residents and visitors safe, informed and aware about the status of the virus, this dashboard will be updated twice daily.”

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The dashboard features data for Number of Cases Per County, a USA Cases total, a Florida Cases total and a Currently Monitored Florida Cases figure.

It also has a total for “Number of People Tested” with break downs of negative, positive and results pending.

Under the Total Positive Tests heading, there is a break down of Total Florida Cases, Florida Residents Tested Elsewhere and Non-Florida Residents tested in Florida.

By 10 a.m. on March 17th, the total confirmed cases of COVID-19 was at 4,661 according to the dashboard. The total Florida cases was at 142 with 5 deaths.

So far, 1,824 people have been tested in Florida with 816 negative results, 160 positive results and 848 results pending.

Globally, the dashboard shows 185,067 active cases. 

To utilize the dashboard, go here.

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