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  • 10/27/2020 2:23 PM | Anonymous

    Florida Department of Health COVID-19 Dashboard

    Total cases: 782,013

    Resident hospitalizations: 48,281

    Resident deaths: 16,449

    Non-resident deaths: 203

    New daily cases: 3,361

    Daily percent positive: 5.91%

    Total tests: 5,992,068

    Cumulative percent positive: 13.05%

    For all full report click Florida State and Local Action on COVID19 Oct 26.pdf

  • 10/20/2020 12:15 PM | Anonymous

    October 19, 2002 marked 67 consecutive days of positivity rates below 10%. Meanwhile, the number of patients currently hospitalized is down 70% since July. Also today, First Lady DeSantis announced a $5 million emergency grant to provide crisis counseling services for individuals in need of mental or behavioral health counseling and referrals.

    Florida Department of Health COVID-19 Dashboard

    Total cases: 756,727

    Resident hospitalizations: 47,125

    Resident deaths: 16,021

    Non-resident deaths: 201

    New daily cases: 1,766

    Daily percent positive: 4.83%

    Total tests: 5,746,529

    Cumulative percent positive: 13.17%

    For a full report click Florida State and Local Action on COVID19 Oct 19.pdf

  • 10/13/2020 1:58 PM | Anonymous

    Florida Department of Health COVID-19 Dashboard

    Total cases: 736,024

    Resident hospitalizations: 45,015

    Resident deaths: 15,412

    Non-resident deaths: 187

    New daily cases: 1,592

    Daily percent positive: 4.25%

    Total tests: 5,574,469

    Cumulative percent positive: 13.2%

    Florida State and Local Action on COVID19 Oct 12.pdf


  • 10/06/2020 12:45 PM | Anonymous

    October 5th marked 53 straight days with a daily positivity rate below 10% and 12 straight days below 5%. October 5th was the first day of in-person instruction for students in Miami-Dade County Public Schools. Broward County Public Schools is set to begin a phased start on Friday. Yesterday, Miami-Dade amended its mask order, allowing—among other things—those engaging in strenuous outdoor activity or organized sports to remove masks, so long as social distancing requirements can be met.

    Florida Department of Health COVID-19 Dashboard

    Total cases: 717,874

    Resident hospitalizations: 44,775

    Resident deaths: 14,712

    Non-resident deaths: 174

    New daily cases: 1,403

    Daily percent positive: 3.89%

    Total tests: 5,419,897

    Cumulative percent positive: 13.25%


  • 09/28/2020 10:32 AM | Anonymous

    On September 25th Governor DeSantis issued Executive Order 20-244, which moves the state into Phase 3 and lifts all remaining state-level restrictions on businesses as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Additionally, the order prevents cities and counties from closing businesses or collecting fines from pandemic-related mandates, such as mask requirements. Also of note, the Office of Economic and Demographic Research (EDR) released its August revenue report today, which shows the state collected $177 million above the most recent projections. Overall, general revenue collections are still down 4.6% from this time last year, but collections are trending in a positive direction.

    Florida Department of Health COVID-19 Dashboard

    Total cases: 695,887

    Resident hospitalizations: 43,299

    Resident deaths: 13,915

    Non-resident deaths: 164

    New daily cases: 2,851

    Daily percent positive: 4.27%

    Total tests: 5,213,142

    Overall percent positive: 13.35%


  • 09/10/2020 2:56 PM | Anonymous

    September 9th was the twenty-eighth straight day below 10 percent positivity of new cases. Please find today’s daily report attached.

    Florida Department of Health COVID-19 Dashboard

    Total cases: 652,148

    Resident hospitalizations: 40,517

    Resident deaths: 12,115

    Non-resident deaths: 154

    New daily cases: 3,773

    Daily percent positive: 5.97%

    Total tests: 4,838,264

    Overall percent positive: 13.48%

    Florida State and Local Action on COVID19 Sept 9.pdf

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  • 09/04/2020 11:09 AM | Anonymous

    In a roundtable discussion at a Green Bench Brewing Company in St. Pete, Governor DeSantis emphasized his desire to safely reopen bars and breweries, but no word yet on when that will be. Coming into the Labor Day Weekend, the Governor is confident that the state is in “good shape” and does not expect to see a significant increase in cases.

    Florida Department of Health COVID-19 Dashboard

    Total cases: 637,013

    Resident hospitalizations: 39,428

    Resident deaths: 11,650

    Non-resident deaths: 150

    Total tests: 4,724,739

    Overall percent positive: 13.48%


  • 09/03/2020 9:48 AM | Anonymous

    On September 2, 2020, Representative Dane Eagle was appointed as the new Executive Director of the Department of Economic Opportunity (DEO), following Ken Lawson’s resignation on Monday. Governor DeSantis, along with Visit Florida CEO Dana Young, announced a new marketing campaigned aimed at encouraging in-state travel by Florida residents.

    Florida Department of Health COVID-19 Dashboard

    Total cases: 633,442

    Resident hospitalizations: 39,158

    Resident deaths: 11,501

    Non-resident deaths: 150

    Total tests: 4,700,822

    Overall percent positive: 13.48%


  • 09/01/2020 2:30 PM | Anonymous

    Data from the Department of Health shows Florida reported the lowest number of new cases this morning since June 14. Governor DeSantis held an education roundtable in Tallahassee with Stanford doctor and White House advisor, Scott Atlas, as the remainder of Florida districts started back to school today. All districts are currently offering in-person instruction as an option, with the exception of Palm Beach, Broward, and South Florida. On Friday, the 1st District Court of Appeals imposed a stay on the Circuit Court’s previous ruling regarding the teachers union lawsuit on reopening schools, meaning the emergency order remains in effect as schools reopen. Also Friday, Governor DeSantis issued an executive order suspending license and permit renewals for the manufacture, sale, and distribution of alcohol through December 31st.

    Executive Order 20-211 (below) provides a limited, one-month extension to Executive Order 20-180, which made significant changes to prior versions of the mortgage foreclosure and eviction relief orders.

    EO 20-211 re extension of mortgage foreclosure and eviction relief.pdf

    For the latest updates on Florida COVID-19 State and local action click on the link below:

    Florida State and Local Action on COVID19 August 31.pdf

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