TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – Florida reported an additional 9,989 cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday, bringing the total number of cases to 223,783 across the state. The number of deaths is 3,889, up 48 from Tuesday morning.
The health department reported 333 more hospitalizations on Wednesday. A total of 16,758 Floridians have been hospitalized since the beginning of the pandemic.
The state has tested a total of 2,322,389 people. Of the tests, 223,783 have come back positive.
The percent positivity for new cases – the number of people who tested positive for the first time divided by all the people tested that day – was 14.15% on Tuesday.
The total percent positive of all tests – including people who have been tested on multiple days – was 17.3% .
Florida is also tracking the median age of cases by day. Tuesday’s median age was 39.
Here is the county-by-county breakdown across Tampa Bay as of Wednesday:
Total Cases: 15,996
Total Cases: 9,318
Total Cases: 2,296
Total Cases: 4,052
Total Cases: 5,873
Total Cases: 3,175
Total Cases: 652
Total Cases: 454
Total Cases: 457
Total Cases: 530
For more information on coronavirus in Florida, visit the live DOH Dashboard here.
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