Leon County, Florida COVID-19 Numbers, UPDATED May 28th

Leon County, Florida COVID-19 Numbers, UPDATED May 28th

UPDATED May 28th

The latest information shows 379 positive coronavirus cases have been confirmed in Leon County since reporting began. This means there were 2 new cases reported since yesterday’s update.

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There have been six deaths reported in Leon County. The report indicates there have been 46 hospitalizations in Leon County.

With regards to testing, the report indicated there were 13,418 negative tests in Leon County. This translates to a 2.7% positive test rate. The state-wide positive test rate was reported as 5.6%.

Positive cases in Florida increased from 52,634 to 53,285 since yesterday’s update. Deaths increased from 2,319 to 2,364.

The Florida hospitalization numbers increased from 9,639 to 9,795.

You can review trends of new cases, hospitalizations, and deaths here.

UPDATED May 27th

The latest information shows 377 positive coronavirus cases have been confirmed in Leon County since reporting began. This means there were 2 new cases reported since yesterday’s update.

There have been six deaths reported in Leon County. The report indicates there have been 46 hospitalizations in Leon County.

With regards to testing, the report indicated there were 13,300 negative tests in Leon County. This translates to a 2.8% positive test rate. The state-wide positive test rate was reported as 5.6%.

Positive cases in Florida increased from 52,255 to 52,634 since yesterday’s update. Deaths increased from 2,259 to 2,319.

The Florida hospitalization numbers increased from 9,482 to 9,639.

You can review trends of new cases, hospitalizations, and deaths here.

UPDATED May 26th

The latest information shows 375 positive coronavirus cases in Leon County. This means there were 3 new cases reported since yesterday’s update.

There have been six deaths reported in Leon County. The report indicates there have been 46 hospitalizations in Leon County.

With regards to testing, the report indicated there were 13,259 negative tests in Leon County. This translates to a 2.7% positive test rate. The state-wide positive test rate was reported as 5.7%.

Positive cases in Florida increased from 51,746 to 52,255 since yesterday’s update. Deaths increased from 2,252 to 2,259.

The Florida hospitalization numbers increased from 9,424 to 9,482.

You can review trends of new cases, hospitalizations, and deaths here.

UPDATED May 25th

The latest information shows 372 positive coronavirus cases in Leon County. This means there were 40 new cases reported since yesterday’s update.

There have been six deaths reported in Leon County. The report indicates there have been 45 hospitalizations in Leon County.

With regards to testing, the report indicated there were 13,177 negative tests in Leon County. This translates to a 2.7% positive test rate. The state-wide positive test rate was reported as 5.7%.

Positive cases in Florida increased from 50,867 to 51,746 since yesterday’s update. Deaths increased from 2,237 to 2,252.

The Florida hospitalization numbers increased from 9,381 to 9,424.

You can review trends of new cases, hospitalizations, and deaths here.

UPDATED May 24th

The latest information shows 332 positive coronavirus cases in Leon County. This means there were two new cases reported since yesterday’s update.

There have been six deaths reported in Leon County. The report indicates there have been 45 hospitalizations in Leon County.

With regards to testing, the report indicated there were 11,974 negative tests in Leon County. This translates to a 2.7% positive test rate. The state-wide positive test rate was reported as 5.8%.

Positive cases in Florida increased from 50,127 to 50,867 since yesterday’s update. Deaths increased from 2,232 to 2,237.

The Florida hospitalization numbers increased from 9,310 to 9,381.

You can review trends of new cases, hospitalizations, and deaths here.

UPDATED May 23th

The latest information shows 330 positive coronavirus cases in Leon County. This means there were one new case reported since yesterday’s update.

There have been six deaths reported in Leon County. The report indicates 44 hospitalizations in Leon County.

With regards to testing, the report indicated there were 11,789 negative tests in Leon County. This translates to a 2.7% positive test rate. The state-wide positive test rate was reported as 5.9%.

Positive cases in Florida increased from 49,451 to 50,127 since yesterday’s update. Deaths increased from 2,190 to 2,232.

The Florida hospitalization numbers increased from 9,117 to 9,310.

You can review trends of new cases, hospitalizations, and deaths here.

UPDATED May 22th

The latest information shows 329 positive coronavirus cases in Leon County. This means there were nine new cases reported since yesterday’s update.

There have been six deaths reported in Leon County. The report indicates 44 hospitalizations in Leon County.

With regards to testing, the report indicated there were 11,532 negative tests in Leon County. This translates to a 2.8% positive test rate. The state-wide positive test rate was reported as 5.9%.

Positive cases in Florida increased from 48,675 to 49,451 since yesterday’s update. Deaths increased from 2,144 to 2,190.

Deaths as a percent of positive cases changed from 4.40% to 4.43%.

The Florida hospitalization numbers increased from 8,946 to 9,117.

You can review trends of new cases, hospitalizations, and deaths here.

UPDATED May 20th

The latest information shows 306 positive coronavirus cases in Leon County. This means there were two new cases reported since yesterday’s update.

There have been six deaths reported in Leon County. The report indicates 43 hospitalizations in Leon County.

With regards to testing, the report indicated there were 10,438 negative tests in Leon County. This translates to a 2.8% positive test rate. The state-wide positive test rate was reported as 6.1%.

Positive cases in Florida increased from 46,944 to 47,471 since yesterday’s update. Deaths increased from 2,052 to 2,096.

Deaths as a percent of positive cases changed from 4.37% to 4.42%.

The Florida hospitalization numbers increased from 8,494 to 8,681.

You can review trends of new cases, hospitalizations, and deaths here.

UPDATED May 19th

The latest information shows 304 positive coronavirus cases in Leon County. This means there were 14 new cases reported since yesterday’s update.

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There have been six deaths reported in Leon County. The report indicates 42 hospitalizations in Leon County.

With regards to testing, the report indicated there were 9,502 negative tests in Leon County. This translates to a 3.1% positive test rate. The state-wide positive test rate was reported as 6.5%.

Positive cases in Florida increased from 46,442 to 46,944 since yesterday’s update. Deaths increased from 1,997 to 2,052.

Deaths as a percent of positive cases changed from 4.30% to 4.37%.

The Florida hospitalization numbers increased from 8,304 to 8,494.

You can review trends of new cases, hospitalizations, and deaths here.

UPDATED May 18th

The latest information shows 290 positive coronavirus cases in Leon County. This means there were four new cases reported since yesterday’s update.

There have been six deaths reported in Leon County. The report indicates 42 hospitalizations in Leon County.

With regards to testing, the report indicated there were 8,936 negative tests in Leon County. This translates to a 3.1% positive test rate. The state-wide positive test rate was reported as 6.9%.

Positive cases in Florida increased from 45,588 to 46,442 since yesterday’s update. Deaths increased from 1,973 to 1,997.

Deaths as a percent of positive cases changed from 4.33% to 4.30%.

The Florida hospitalization numbers increased from 8,2310 to 8,304.

You can review trends of new cases, hospitalizations, and deaths here.

UPDATED May 17th

The latest information shows 280 positive coronavirus cases in Leon County. This means there were four new cases reported since yesterday’s update.

There have been six deaths reported in Leon County. The report indicates 42 hospitalizations in Leon County.

With regards to testing, the report indicated there were 8,537 negative tests in Leon County. This translates to a 3.2% positive test rate. The state-wide positive test rate was reported as 7.0%.

Positive cases in Florida increased from 44,811 to 45,588 since yesterday’s update. Deaths increased from 1,964 to 1,973.

Deaths as a percent of positive cases changed from 4.38% to 4.33%.

The Florida hospitalization numbers increased from 8.146 to 8,230.

You can review trends of new cases, hospitalizations, and deaths here.

UPDATED May 16th

The latest information shows 276 positive coronavirus cases in Leon County. This means there were no new cases reported since yesterday’s update.

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There have been six deaths reported in Leon County. The report indicates 42 hospitalizations in Leon County.

With regards to testing, the report indicated there were 8,320 negative tests in Leon County. This translates to a 3.2% positive test rate. The state-wide positive test rate was reported as 7.1%.

Positive cases in Florida increased from 44,138 to 44,811 since yesterday’s update. Deaths increased from 1,917 to 1,964.

Deaths as a percent of positive cases remained at 4.38%.

The Florida hospitalization numbers increased from 7,959 to 8,146.

You can review trends of new cases, hospitalizations, and deaths here.

UPDATED May 15th

The latest information shows 276 positive coronavirus cases in Leon County. This means there was one new case reported since yesterday’s update.

There have been six deaths reported in Leon County. The report indicates 42 hospitalizations in Leon County.

Testing data for Leon County was not updated. The state-wide positive test rate was reported as 7.0%.

Positive cases in Florida increased from 43,210 to 44,138 since yesterday’s update. Deaths increased from 1,875 to 1,917.

Deaths as a percent of positive cases remained at 4.34%.

The Florida hospitalization numbers increased from 7,749 to 7,959.

You can review trends of new cases, hospitalizations, and deaths here.

UPDATED May 14th

The latest information shows 275 positive coronavirus cases in Leon County. This means there were four new cases reported since yesterday’s update.

There have been six deaths reported in Leon County. The report indicates 42 hospitalizations in Leon County.

With regards to testing, the report indicated there were 8,008 negative tests in Leon County. This translates to a 3.3% positive test rate. The state-wide positive test rate is 7.1%.

Positive cases in Florida increased from 42,402 to 43,210 since yesterday’s update. Deaths increased from 1,827 to 1,875.

Deaths as a percent of positive cases changed from to 4.31% to 4.34%.

The Florida hospitalization numbers increased from 7,595 to 7,749.

You can review trends of new cases, hospitalizations, and deaths here.

UPDATED May 13th

The latest information shows 271 positive coronavirus cases in Leon County. This means there were five new cases reported since yesterday’s update.

There have been six deaths reported in Leon County. The report indicates 41 hospitalizations in Leon County.

With regards to testing, the report indicated there were 7,811 negative tests in Leon County. This translates to a 3.4% positive test rate. The state-wide positive test rate is 7.1%.

Positive cases in Florida increased from 41,923 to 42,402 since yesterday’s update. Deaths increased from 1,779 to 1,827.

Deaths as a percent of positive cases changed from to 4.24 to 4.31%.

The Florida hospitalization numbers increased from 7,418 to 7,595.

You can review trends of new cases, hospitalizations, and deaths here.

UPDATED May 12th

The latest information shows 266 positive coronavirus cases in Leon County. This means there were 12 new cases reported since yesterday’s update.

There have been six deaths reported in Leon County. The report indicates 41 hospitalizations in Leon County.

With regards to testing, the report indicated there were 7,017 negative tests in Leon County. This translates to a 3.7% positive test rate. The state-wide positive test rate is 7.2%.

Positive cases in Florida increased from 40,982 to 41,923 since yesterday’s update. Deaths increased from 1,735 to 1,779.

Deaths as a percent of positive cases changed from to 4.23 to 4.24%.

The Florida hospitalization numbers increased from 7,224 to 7,418.

You can review trends of new cases, hospitalizations, and deaths here.

UPDATED May 11th

The latest information shows 254 positive coronavirus cases in Leon County. This means there were no new cases reported since yesterday’s update.

There has been six deaths reported in Leon County. The report indicates 41 hospitalizations in Leon County.

With regards to testing, the report indicated there were 6,873 negative tests in Leon County. This translates to a 3.6% positive test rate. The state-wide positive test rate is 7.3%.

Positive cases in Florida increased from 40,596 to 40,982 since yesterday’s update. Deaths increased from 1,721 to 1,735.

Deaths as a percent of positive cases changed from to 4.24 to 4.23%.

The Florida hospitalization numbers increased from 7,171 to 7,224.

You can review trends of new cases, hospitalizations, and deaths here.

UPDATED May 10th

The latest information shows 254 positive coronavirus cases in Leon County. This means there were two new cases reported since yesterday’s update.

There has been six deaths reported in Leon County. The report indicates 41 hospitalizations in Leon County.

With regards to testing, the report indicated there were 5,645 negative tests in Leon County. This translates to a 4.3% positive test rate. The state-wide positive test rate is 7.5%.

Positive cases in Florida increased from 40,001 to 40,596 since yesterday’s update. Deaths increased from 1,715 to 1,721.

Deaths as a percent of positive cases changed from to 4.29% to 4.24%.

The Florida hospitalization numbers increased from 7,093 to 7,171.

You can review trends of new cases, hospitalizations, and deaths here.

UPDATED May 9th

The latest information shows 252 positive coronavirus cases in Leon County. This means there were three new cases reported since yesterday’s update.

There has been six deaths reported in Leon County. The report indicates 41 hospitalizations in Leon County.

With regards to testing, the report indicated there were 5,272 negative tests in Leon County. This translates to a 4.6% positive test rate. The state-wide positive test rate is 7.6%.

Positive cases in Florida increased from 39,199 to 40,001 since yesterday’s update. Deaths increased from 1,669 to 1,715.

Deaths as a percent of positive cases changed from to 4.26% to 4.29%.

The Florida hospitalization numbers increased from 6,929 to 7,093.

You can review trends of new cases, hospitalizations, and deaths here.

UPDATED May 8th

The latest information shows 249 positive coronavirus cases in Leon County. This means there were no new cases reported since yesterday’s update.

There has been six deaths reported in Leon County. The report indicates 41 hospitalizations in Leon County.

With regards to testing, the report indicated there were 5,136 negative tests in Leon County. This translates to a 4.6% positive test rate. The state-wide positive test rate is 7.6%.

Positive cases in Florida increased from 38,828 to 39,199 since yesterday’s update. Deaths increased from 1,600 to 1,669.

Deaths as a percent of positive cases changed from to 4.12% to 4.26%.

The Florida hospitalization numbers increased from 6,765 to 6,929.

You can review trends of new cases, hospitalizations, and deaths here.

UPDATED May 7th

The latest information shows 249 positive coronavirus cases in Leon County. This means there were six new cases reported since yesterday’s update.

There has been six deaths reported in Leon County. The report indicates 40 hospitalizations in Leon County.

With regards to testing, the report indicated there were 4,886 negative tests in Leon County. This translates to a 4.8% positive test rate. The state-wide positive test rate is 7.8%.

Positive cases in Florida increased from 38,002 to 38,828 since yesterday’s update. Deaths increased from 1,539 to 1,600.

Deaths as a percent of positive cases changed from to 4.05% to 4.12%.

The Florida hospitalization numbers increased from 6,557 to 6,765.

You can review trends of new cases, hospitalizations, and deaths here.

UPDATED May 6th

The latest information shows 243 positive coronavirus cases in Leon County. This means there were no new cases reported since yesterday’s update.

There has been six deaths reported in Leon County. The report indicates 40 hospitalizations in Leon County.

With regards to testing, the report indicated there were 4,620 negative tests in Leon County. This translates to a 5.0% positive test rate. The state-wide positive test rate is 7.9%.

Positive cases in Florida increased from 37,439 to 38,002 since yesterday’s update. Deaths increased from 1,471 to 1,539.

Deaths as a percent of positive cases changed from to 3.93% to 4.05%.

The Florida hospitalization numbers increased from 6,330 to 6,557.

You can review trends of new cases, hospitalizations, and deaths here.

UPDATED May 5th

The latest information shows 243 positive coronavirus cases in Leon County. This means there were no new cases reported since yesterday’s update.

There has been five deaths reported in Leon County. The report indicates 40 hospitalizations in Leon County.

With regards to testing, the report indicated there were 3,851 negative tests in Leon County. This translates to a 5.9% positive test rate. The state-wide positive test rate is 8.3%.

Positive cases in Florida increased from 36,897 to 37,439 since yesterday’s update. Deaths increased from 1,399 to 1,471.

Deaths as a percent of positive cases changed from to 3.79% to 3.93%.

The Florida hospitalization numbers increased from 6,119 to 6,330.

You can review trends of new cases, hospitalizations, and deaths here.

UPDATED May 4th

The latest information shows 243 positive coronavirus cases in Leon County. This means there was nine new cases reported since yesterday’s update.

There has been five deaths reported in Leon County. The report indicates 40 hospitalizations in Leon County.

With regards to testing, the report indicated there were 3,851 negative tests in Leon County. This translates to a 5.9% positive test rate. The state-wide positive test rate is 8.3%.

Positive cases in Florida increased from 36,078 to 36,897 since yesterday’s update. Deaths increased from 1,379 to 1,399.

Deaths as a percent of positive cases changed from to 3.82% to 3.79%.

The Florida hospitalization numbers increased from 6,035 to 6,119.

You can review trends of new cases, hospitalizations, and deaths here.

UPDATED May 3rd

The latest information shows 234 positive coronavirus cases in Leon County. This means there was one new cases reported since yesterday’s update.

There has been four deaths reported in Leon County. The report indicates 40 hospitalizations in Leon County.

With regards to testing, the report indicated there were 3,337 negative tests in Leon County. This translates to a 6.5% positive test rate. The state-wide positive test rate is 8.4%.

Positive cases in Florida increased from 35,463 to 36,078 since yesterday’s update. Deaths increased from 1,364 to 1,379.

Deaths as a percent of positive cases changed from to 3.85% to 3.82%.

The Florida hospitalization numbers increased from 5,945 to 6,035.

You can review trends of new cases, hospitalizations, and deaths here.

UPDATED May 2nd

The latest information shows 233 positive coronavirus cases in Leon County. This means there were 7 new cases reported since yesterday’s update.

There has been three deaths reported in Leon County. The report indicates 40 hospitalizations in Leon County.

With regards to testing, the report indicated there were 3,176 negative tests in Leon County. This translates to a 6.8% positive test rate. The state-wide positive test rate is 8.5%.

Positive cases in Florida increased from 34,728 to 35,463 since yesterday’s update. Deaths increased from 1,314 to 1,364.

Deaths as a percent of positive cases changed from to 3.78% to 3.85%.

The Florida hospitalization numbers increased from 5,767 to 5,945.

You can review trends of new cases, hospitalizations, and deaths here.

UPDATED May 1st

The latest information shows 226 positive coronavirus cases in Leon County. This means there were 7 new cases reported since yesterday’s update.

There has been three deaths reported in Leon County. The report indicates 38 hospitalizations in Leon County.

With regards to testing, the report indicated there were 3,092 negative tests in Leon County. This translates to a 6.8% positive test rate. The state-wide positive test rate is 8.6%.

Positive cases in Florida increased from 33,690 to 34,728 since yesterday’s update. Deaths increased from 1,268 to 1,314.

Deaths as a percent of positive cases changed from to 3.76% to 3.78%.

The Florida hospitalization numbers increased from 5,589 to 5,767.

You can review trends of new cases, hospitalizations, and deaths here.

UPDATED April 30th

The latest information shows 219 positive coronavirus cases in Leon County. This means there were 5 new cases reported since yesterday’s update.

There has been three deaths reported in Leon County. The report indicates 37 hospitalizations in Leon County.

With regards to testing, the report indicated there were 3,032 negative tests in Leon County. This translates to a 6.7% positive test rate. The state-wide positive test rate is 8.8%.

Positive cases in Florida increased from 33,193 to 33,690 since yesterday’s update. Deaths increased from 1,218 to 1,268.

Deaths as a percent of positive cases changed from to 3.67% to 3.76%.

The Florida hospitalization numbers increased from 5,419 to 5,589.

You can review trends of new cases, hospitalizations, and deaths here.

UPDATED April 29th

The latest information shows 214 positive coronavirus cases in Leon County. This means there were 1 new cases reported since yesterday’s update.

There has been three deaths reported in Leon County. The report indicates 37 hospitalizations in Leon County.

With regards to testing, the report indicated there were 2,955 negative tests in Leon County. This translates to a 6.7% positive test rate. The state-wide positive test rate is 8.8%.

Positive cases in Florida increased from 32,846 to 33,193 since yesterday’s update. Deaths increased from 1,171 to 1,218.

Deaths as a percent of positive cases changed from to 3.57% to 3.67%.

The Florida hospitalization numbers increased from 5,222 to 5,419.

You can review trends of new cases, hospitalizations, and deaths here.

UPDATED April 28th

The latest information shows 213 positive coronavirus cases in Leon County. This means there were 1 new cases reported since yesterday’s update.

There has been three deaths reported in Leon County. The report indicates 36 hospitalizations in Leon County.

With regards to testing, the report indicated there were 2,937 negative tests in Leon County. This translates to a 6.7% positive test rate. The state-wide positive test rate is 8.9%.

Positive cases in Florida increased from 32,138 to 32,846 since yesterday’s 6 PM update. Deaths increased from 1,088 to 1,171.

Deaths as a percent of positive cases changed from to 3.39% to 3.57%.

The Florida hospitalization numbers increased from 5,010 to 5,222.

You can review charts of new cases and hospitalizations here.

UPDATED April 27th

The latest information shows 212 positive coronavirus cases in Leon County. This means there were 2 new cases reported since yesterday’s update.

There has been three deaths reported in Leon County. The report indicates 35 hospitalizations in Leon County.

With regards to testing, the report indicated there were 2,881 negative tests in Leon County. This translates to a 6.8% positive test rate. The state-wide positive test rate is 9.0%.

Positive cases in Florida increased from 31,528 to 32,138 since yesterday’s 6 PM update. Deaths increased from 1,074 to 1,088.

Deaths as a percent of positive cases changed from to 3.41% to 3.39%.

The Florida hospitalization numbers increased from 4,957 to 5,010.

You can review charts of new cases and hospitalizations here.

UPDATED April 26th

The latest information shows 210 positive coronavirus cases in Leon County. This means there were 2 new cases reported since yesterday’s update.

There has been two deaths reported in Leon County. The report indicates 35 hospitalizations in Leon County.

With regards to testing, the report indicated there were 2,757 negative tests in Leon County. This translates to a 7.0% positive test rate. The state-wide positive test rate is 9.1%.

Positive cases in Florida increased from 30,839 to 31,528 since yesterday’s 6 PM update. Deaths increased from 1,055 to 1,074.

Deaths as a percent of positive cases changed from to 3.42% to 3.41%.

The Florida hospitalization numbers increased from 4,849 to 4,957.

You can review charts of new cases and hospitalizations here.

UPDATED April 24th, 6:00 PM

The latest information shows 207 positive coronavirus cases in Leon County. This means there were 16 new cases reported since yesterday’s 6:00 PM update.

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There has been two deaths reported in Leon County. The report indicates 33 hospitalizations in Leon County.

With regards to testing, the report indicated there were 2,687 negative tests in Leon County. This translates to a 7.1% positive test rate. The state-wide positive test rate is 9.5%.

Positive cases in Florida increased from 29,648 to 30,533 since yesterday’s 6 PM update. Deaths increased from 987to 1,046.

Deaths as a percent of positive cases changed from to 3.33% to 3.43.

The Florida hospitalization numbers increased from 4,640 to 4,817.

You can review charts of new cases and hospitalizations here.

UPDATED April 23rd, 6:00 PM

The latest information shows 191 positive coronavirus cases in Leon County. This means there five new cases reported since yesterday’s 6:00 PM update.

There has been two deaths reported in Leon County. The report indicates 29 hospitalizations in Leon County.

With regards to testing, the report indicated there were 2,418 negative tests in Leon County. This translates to a 7.3% positive test rate. The state-wide positive test rate is 9.8%.

Positive cases in Florida increased from 28,576 to 29,648 since yesterday’s 6 PM update. Deaths increased from 927 to 987.

Deaths as a percent of positive cases changed from to 3.24% to 3.33%.

The Florida hospitalization numbers increased from 4,455 to 4,640.

You can review charts of new cases and hospitalizations here.

UPDATED April 22nd, 6:00 PM

The latest information shows 186 positive coronavirus cases in Leon County. This means there were no new cases reported since yesterday’s 6:00 PM update.

There has been one death reported in Leon County. The report indicates 25 hospitalizations in Leon County.

With regards to testing, the report indicated there were 2,381 negative tests in Leon County. This translates to a 7.2% positive test rate. The state-wide positive test rate is 9.7%.

Positive cases in Florida increased from 27,869 to 28,576 since yesterday’s 6 PM update. Deaths increased from 867 to 927.

Deaths as a percent of positive cases changed from to 3.11% to 3.24%.

The Florida hospitalization numbers increased from 4,226 to 4,455.

You can review charts of new cases and hospitalizations here.

UPDATED April 21st, 6:00 PM

The latest information shows 186 positive coronavirus cases in Leon County. This means there were two more cases reported since yesterday’s 6:00 PM update.

There has been one death reported in Leon County. The report indicates 25 hospitalizations in Leon County.

With regards to testing, the report indicated there were 2,351 negative tests in Leon County. This translates to a 7.3% positive test rate. The state-wide positive test rate is 9.8%.

Positive cases in Florida increased from 27,058 to 27,869 since yesterday’s 6 PM update. Deaths increased from 823 to 867.

Deaths as a percent of positive cases changed from to 3.04% to 3.11%.

The Florida hospitalization numbers increased from 4,000 to 4,226.

You can review charts of new cases and hospitalizations here.

UPDATED April 20th, 6:00 PM

The latest information shows 184 positive coronavirus cases in Leon County. This means there were eight more cases reported since yesterday’s 6:00 PM update.

There has been one death reported in Leon County. The report indicates 25 hospitalizations in Leon County.

With regards to testing, the report indicated there were 2,227 negative tests in Leon County. This translates to a 7.3% positive test rate. The state-wide positive test rate is 9.9%.

Positive cases in Florida increased from 26,314 to 27,058 since yesterday’s 6 PM update. Deaths increased from 774 to 823.

Deaths as a percent of positive cases changed from to 2.94% to 3.04%.

The Florida hospitalization numbers increased from 3,813 to 4,000.

You can review charts of new cases and hospitalizations here.

UPDATED April 19th, 6:00 PM

The latest information shows 176 positive coronavirus cases in Leon County. This means there were seven more cases reported since yesterday’s 6:00 PM update.

There has been one death reported in Leon County. The report indicates 22 hospitalizations in Leon County.

With regards to testing, the report indicated there were 2,217 negative tests in Leon County. This translates to a 7.3% positive test rate. The state-wide positive test rate is 10.1%.

Positive cases in Florida increased from 25,492 to 26,314 since yesterday’s 6 PM update. Deaths increased from 748 to 774.

Deaths as a percent of positive cases changed from to 2.93% to 2.94%.

The Florida hospitalization numbers increased from 3,745 to 3,813.

You can review charts of new cases and hospitalizations here.

UPDATED April 18th, 6:00 PM

The latest information shows 169 positive coronavirus cases in Leon County. This means there are five fewer cases reported since yesterday’s 6:00 PM update.

There has been one death reported in Leon County. The report indicates 22 hospitalizations in Leon County.

With regards to testing, the report indicated there were 2,164 negative tests in Leon County. This translates to a 7.2% positive test rate. The state-wide positive test rate is 10.1%.

Positive cases in Florida increased from 24,753 to 25,492 since yesterday’s 6 PM update. Deaths increased from 726 to 748.

Deaths as a percent of positive cases remained to 2.93%.

The Florida hospitalization numbers increased from 3,649 to 3,745.

You can review charts of new cases and hospitalizations here.

UPDATED April 17th, 6:00 PM

The latest information shows 174 positive coronavirus cases in Leon County. This means there were nine new cases reported since yesterday’s 6:00 PM update.

The first death in Leon County was reported today. The report indicates 22 hospitalizations in Leon County.

With regards to testing, the report indicated there were 2.071 negative tests in Leon County. This translates to a 7.7% positive test rate. The state-wide positive test rate is 10.3%.

Positive cases in Florida increased from 23,340 to 24,753 since yesterday’s 6 PM update. Deaths increased from 668 to 726.

Deaths as a percent of positive cases changed from 2.86% to 2.93%.

The Florida hospitalization numbers increased from 3,458 to 3,649.

You can review charts of new cases and hospitalizations here.

UPDATED April 16th, 6:00 PM

The latest information shows 165 positive coronavirus cases in Leon County. This means there were ten new cases reported since yesterday’s 6:00 PM update.

The report indicates 22 hospitalizations in Leon County.

With regards to testing, the report indicated there were 1,967 negative tests in Leon County. This translates to a 7.7% positive test rate. The state-wide positive test rate is 10.4%.

Positive cases in Florida increased from 22,519 to 23,340 since yesterday’s 6 PM update. Deaths increased from 614 to 668.

Deaths as a percent of positive cases changed from 2.73% to 2.86%.

The Florida hospitalization numbers increased from 3,249 to 3,458.

You can review charts of new cases and hospitalizations here.

UPDATED April 15th, 6:00 PM

The latest information shows 155 positive coronavirus cases in Leon County. This means there were five new cases reported since yesterday’s 6:00 PM update.

The report indicates 22 hospitalizations in Leon County.

With regards to testing, the report indicated there were 1,861 negative tests in Leon County. This translates to a 7.7% positive test rate. The state-wide positive test rate is 10.5%.

Positive cases in Florida increased from 21,628 to 22,519 since yesterday’s 6 PM update. Deaths increased from 571 to 614.

Deaths as a percent of positive cases changed from 2.64% to 2.73%.

The Florida hospitalization numbers increased from 3,050 to 3,249.

You can review charts of new cases and hospitalizations here.

UPDATED April 14th, 6:00 PM

The latest information shows 150 positive coronavirus cases in Leon County. This means there were no new cases reported since yesterday’s 6:00 PM update.

The report indicates 21 hospitalizations in Leon County.

With regards to testing, the report indicated there were 1,846 negative tests in Leon County. This translates to a 7.5% positive test rate. The state-wide positive test rate is 10.6%.

Positive cases in Florida increased from 21,019 to 21,628 since yesterday’s 6 PM update. Deaths increased from 499 to 571.

Deaths as a percent of positive cases changed from 2.37% to 2.64%.

The Florida hospitalization numbers increased from 2,841 to 3,050.

You can review charts of new cases and hospitalizations here.

UPDATED April 13th, 6:00 PM

The latest information shows 150 positive coronavirus cases in Leon County. This means there were 30 new cases reported since yesterday’s 6:00 PM update.

The report indicates 18 hospitalizations in Leon County.

With regards to testing, the report indicated there were 1,816 negative tests in Leon County. This translates to a 7.6% positive test rate. The state-wide positive test rate is 10.5%.

Positive cases in Florida increased from 19,895 to 21,019 since yesterday’s 6 PM update. Deaths increased from 461 to 499.

Deaths as a percent of positive cases changed from 2.32% to 2.37%.

The Florida hospitalization numbers increased from 2,672 to 2,841.

You can review charts of new cases and hospitalizations here.

55 Responses to "Leon County, Florida COVID-19 Numbers, UPDATED May 28th"

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    Joe Godfrey   April 14, 2020 at 5:44 am

    I would like to stay anonymous.
    Just thought everyone should know, TCC and FHP are in direct violation of the governor’s order that “all” college campuses be closed to students. Pat Thomas Law academy ( Florida Public Safety Institute), is a Tallahassee Community College campus. All other law enforcement agencies have sent their student’s home and or they are taking classes remotely. With the exception of Florida Highway Patrol recruits/student’s. These recruits/student’s, are traveling home on the weekend’s to highly contagious area’s of the state, then returning to campus the following Monday. Further risking the spread of Covid-19

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    Mr. Entropy   April 14, 2020 at 10:31 am

    In a quantitative inorganic lab class I had as an undergrad, our professor said that; “5% or less contamination here is considered negligible/a non-issue.” I’ve carried that with me since and have expanded it to consider something on sale for 5% off to be also a bit funny.

    However, at nearly 8% with this contagious @#$% things around here are starting to get real.

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    Jon   April 14, 2020 at 12:33 pm

    Ok, but how many are CURRENTLY in the hospital or active? 1000 hospitalizations, 7000 cases two weeks ago. Where are they now? Either they have died or recovered by now.This cumulative number is telling a false narrative.

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    Brian   April 14, 2020 at 12:51 pm

    My opinion only but I feel that Corona is causing way to much fear and panic! We’ve shut down our country. How can we tell mitigation has made a big difference in saving hundreds of thousands of lives. We went down that slippery slope with our reactions and media coverage and political coverage. Italy reclassified their deaths and found only 12% due to Corona. That was said by the Minister of health if Italy. We like they did initially classified all deaths Covid instead of heart disease, sepsis, respiratory failure, etc. similar percentages would have the US with around 3,000 right now.
    Look at hospitalizations. That’s the best measure I feel.
    Silver lining we will learn from this and the public will be better with personal hygiene, infection control, etc

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    Jim   April 14, 2020 at 8:23 pm

    I call bs on the number of cases per day. Either tests are not being administered, analyzed, or reported in an orderly manner. Look at daily statistics.

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    Nic   April 16, 2020 at 2:10 am

    Jim, I can see how it may appear misleading when you have 30 positive one day and zero the next. The 30 was a result of an isolated cluster of cases from the developmental center in which everyone was tested at the same time. If the 30 came from random people that were not in close contact with each other it would have been more alarming and would suggest that the numbers in the subsequent days would continue to increase from general community spread. Tallahassee is not there yet though and hopefully never will be. The zero the following day were confirmed positives. Sometimes results are still taking up to 72 hours so if someone was tested yesterday and gets results 3 days later that are positive the results will be reflected on the day the results were received and not taken. It may be more accurate to look at 3 day averages. Either way, what Leon county is doing is working and as long as we keep this up we will get though this with minimal casualties. If everyone remains socially responsible and keeps adhering to guidelines I do not forsee a massive surge beyond the numbers we have seen thus far.

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    Bud Smith   April 16, 2020 at 8:56 am

    No one is talking about the pool of people that is needed to yield 155 confirmed cases. Based on Florida numbers, it takes approx 35,000 infected people to yield 155.

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    Sue   April 16, 2020 at 4:07 pm

    TR: you might consider dropping the commentary to the daily posting of your helpful spreadsheet as today’s doesn’t match. “..no new cases” versus 5 on the chart. Maybe a few other disconnects previously. I look at the State report nearly daily. Thank you for the service you provide.

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    Sue   April 16, 2020 at 4:20 pm

    Hospital numbers represents those hospitalized at any time since confirmation/duration of their illness. Those folks may not all be still in hospital.

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    Sue   April 16, 2020 at 8:45 pm

    One new case reported today 4/16 5pm report: a 2 yr old boy. contact with confirmed case. My heart goes out to him and his family. Along with concern about that community’s social distancing.

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    Tom   April 17, 2020 at 6:44 am

    We Will Not Comply,

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    Pam   April 17, 2020 at 9:42 am

    When will DeSantis speak on how Florida will handle easing up on restrictions? When will the Mayor of Tallahassee talk about restrictions so we CAN get to phase one.

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      Tim   May 1, 2020 at 2:58 pm

      Phase I will start on Monday 05/04 everywhere in the state except South Florida. This is meaningless in some sense, since people can move between counties easily and people from South Florida to anywhere else in the state.

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    James   April 21, 2020 at 7:46 pm

    This whole thing is really nothing more than the glorified common flu with a mortality rate of one tenth of one percent. Open up before thousands die.

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      Tim   May 1, 2020 at 3:00 pm

      This is nothing like the flu. Nothing like it. It is by far more dangerous. If you don’t understand numbers, then leave it to the people who do.

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    Lena   April 21, 2020 at 10:48 pm

    James, don’t be ridiculous. It’s NOT the flu. The death rates are far above normal and we are not at the peak yet.

    The original estimate of deaths into the millions were based on a 50% compliance rate for staying at home/social distancing.

    While the numbers only reflect those who are tested (and even that is weeks behind), they are “low” because of greater widespread compliance. Drop that and the numbers will skyrocket.

    Just ONE infected person is thought to have infected Albany, GA and their hospitalization is now over 1,400 with almost 100 deaths in just a few weeks.

    That could still be us if we stop preventative measures.

    I personally don’t have a problem with Trumpies holding their rallies and opening businesses so they can soak in their infection stew.

    Just stay far, far away from the rest of us–and that includes burdening the hospitals too.

    You guys want no medical care for anyone. You got it. Put your money where your mouth is.

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      Jason   April 22, 2020 at 9:25 am

      How could anyone not stay far, far away from you if you’re locked in your house? Why do you have to even say this? Who’s trying to get into your crypt?

      “And that includes burdening the hospitals too”. You want to tell people they’re not allowed to go to hospitals? Who are you? There are people who need to leave their homes in order to work so they can feed their families.

      “You guys want no medical care for anyone”. Who are you referring to? Are you implying there are people out there who don’t want medical care, even for themselves? Name me someone whose position is “no one shall receive medical care”. The position of a lot of people is they don’t want to pay for the medical care of strangers. Why do you have a problem with free adults assessing the risks and making the best decision for them and their families? If someone goes out and gets the coronavirus, how does that affect you? You’ve made the decision to stay inside. If lockdowns actually work, how could you be in any danger?

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      Jon   April 22, 2020 at 11:23 am

      You want people to get infected and die?

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        Jon   April 22, 2020 at 11:23 am

        @lena

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    Sue   April 23, 2020 at 10:36 am

    The 4/22 5pm FDOH report shows a total of 187 cases and 2 deaths. The actual detail lists three cases dated 4/22 rather than just one more….as for some reason two previously (17th & 20th) reported cases have been dropped from the report. Report does state “provisional and subject to change” but I still find it odd.

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    TONY   April 23, 2020 at 12:18 pm

    If you REALLY want to Help, try giving out the Names of those who live in Leon County that test Positive for Covid-19. That will help a LOT. A second Person where I work tested Positive and with my Job, I interact with a LOT of People daily and if I knew who these two were, I would know if I am at risk as well and will go get tested. Some at the DJJ Office Building just tested positive too. They are not releasing the Names so, that means EVERYONE these 3 hung out with or Mingled with could ALSO have it and not know and could be passing it to others as I type this. Screw the Right to Privacy, put their Names out there.

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      TONY   April 23, 2020 at 12:20 pm

      That was supposed to read “SomeONE at the DJJ Office Building”. Some how the ONE got left off.

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      Jon   April 24, 2020 at 11:16 am

      Theres that slippery slope.

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      James   April 24, 2020 at 8:42 pm

      Stay in your mother’s basement. We will give you the all clear when you can come out. This is totally ridiculous.

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        TONY   April 27, 2020 at 10:00 am

        Yeah James, wait until it is someone in YOUR Office and no one will tell you if it is someone you interacted with or not…………OR, like in my case, Someone in my Building (now 2 People) tested Positive and they wont tell you who, and I have to interact with a lot of People in my Building but they only evacuated that section. Even though I am not IN that section, I do have to interact with a few people that ARE in that section.

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    James   April 24, 2020 at 8:40 pm

    0.00071875 of one percent. Get real. Go to work.

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    james   April 25, 2020 at 10:54 am

    The longer we stay locked up the less immunity you will have for other diseases from virus and bacteria. There are both good and bad virus and bacteria. There is going to be a flood of disease after the lock down is over. This is not going to end up very pretty. The ignorance on here is astounding.

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    Jon   April 25, 2020 at 11:42 am

    All of the cases should be resolved from a couple week ago so that should leave about 10 in the hospital and maybe 50 confirmed cases. About 10 per 100k.

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    james   April 25, 2020 at 2:19 pm

    This site is no better than the Tallahassee Democrat. You delete information that people need to see. Bye.

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    David T. Hawkins   April 27, 2020 at 7:23 am

    With all this COVID-19 and staying Home being Self Distancing, how would you like to get out and have some safe FUN? Go to HawksEvents.com and click on the “Selfie Scavenger Hunt Link”. Set for MAY 16th. I hope you Register to Play. It’s FREE.

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    Michael   April 27, 2020 at 9:10 am

    The “Hospital” field shows the number of cases that were hospitalized of the total cases – that’s why the number doesn’t go down. It’s not the number currently in the hospital.

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    Jon   April 28, 2020 at 12:49 pm

    TMH was saying a couple weeks ago we would most likely have 50 hospitalizations a day by now in our region. We have 1 per day.

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    bernie   April 30, 2020 at 12:41 pm

    Important accurate information should not be suppressed by authorities. There appears to be major corruption in the system suppressing that there are known effective ways to reduce coronavirus risk and treatments documented to treat effectively- used effectively by other countries where the system is not controlled by special interests- as it is in the U.S.

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    bernie   April 30, 2020 at 12:42 pm

    why was my post not published? email me

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    bernie   April 30, 2020 at 12:48 pm

    I’m a retired Scientist with good credentials and President of an International Health Organization. I don’t understand why I’m not allowed to post. I never post anything that isn’t backed up by solid source documentation, I welcome comments on anything I say.

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    bernie   April 30, 2020 at 12:54 pm

    previous posts had my website. I assumed that listed websites would be shown- http://www.myflcv.com/CVtreat.html

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    Jason   May 2, 2020 at 3:19 pm

    I’m not sure who compiles these statistics for TR, and I’m equally unsure as to why they are presented in the fashion that they are. As shown, they don’t really show an accurate and recent “trend”. As you know, the more recent the “trend”, the more accurate picture is painted as to virus activity in Leon County. For example, the text displayed in the May 2nd update shows 233 total positive cases and 3,176 total negative cases – which is a running total for both dating back to whenever they started tracking these cases – which I’m assuming is around 2 months ago.

    Wouldn’t it be more informative and accurate to track positive and negative cases on a DAILY basis as a percentage of the total number of tests administered? This is how the State is doing it now. For example, the numbers below are from FDOH. They clearly show that since April 13th, the percentage of daily positive cases confirmed in the State when compared with the number of daily tests administered has gone down from 9.4 to 4.8, which is substantial, and provided some of the data points that led to leaders loosening the lock down measures.

    DATE TESTED CONFIRMED PERCENTAGE

    13-Apr 9926 930 9.4
    14-Apr 7358 595 8.1
    15-Apr 10941 909 8.3
    16-Apr 17244 1203 7.0
    17-Apr 14189 1088 7.7
    18-Apr 10300 746 7.2
    19-Apr 10713 717 6.7
    20-Apr 11778 753 6.4
    21-Apr 14160 867 6.1
    22-Apr 12630 709 5.6
    23-Apr 21280 1224 5.8
    24-Apr 15575 744 4.8
    25-Apr 19337 801 4.1
    26-Apr 10259 522 5.1
    27-Apr 13557 763 5.6
    28-Apr 8261 347 4.2
    29-Apr 11331 520 4.6
    30-Apr 21053 1012 4.8

    However, when TR displays text for Leon County, it paints a much different picture. For example, using your “running total” (as opposed to daily total) method, on the April 13th update, you state that Leon County had a 7.6% positive rate. But, in the May 2nd update, the positive rate in Leon County was still 6.8%.

    I’m predicting that if you compiled and displayed the statistics for Leon County the same way the FDOH does for the entire state, it would be much, much lower. For example, state it this way:

    “On (X) date in Leon County, (X) number of people were tested. Of that total, X tested positive and X tested negative.” (you can exclude the inconclusive tests since their numbers are marginal anyway). Then calculate the % of positive tests when compared with the total number tested. That is the only statistically accurate way to display a credible trend, which is what everyone is interested in.

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    Edward Lyle   May 4, 2020 at 5:59 pm

    The pain, death, and destruction being experienced by America, Americans, and our economy as a result of China’s egregious malfeasance… has now officially transitioned into a full-blown Democrat Party Campaign strategy. The more America and Americans suffer, the happier they are… and they don’t even hide it anymore.

    I believe we may be witnessing the most extraordinary, malicious, and nefarious election meddling scheme of our lifetime. The Democrats hatred for America and Americans, and their lust for the destruction of our Great Republic, knows no boundaries and carries no empathy for the innocent… particularly children and the elderly. Be smart, watch your six, protect yourselves and your families, and may God bless us all.

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    Jason   May 8, 2020 at 11:38 am

    Updated on May 8, 2020 @ 11:30am:

    5 of the 6 deaths reported in Leon County have come from one place – the Tallahassee Developmental Center. I’m betting that a great many of the total number of positive cases in our county have also come from this location. So despite what the City, County & CEO of TMH would have us believe, Leon County is probably not a hotbed of COVID-19 activity.

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    Sarah   May 8, 2020 at 5:22 pm

    To those of you who think we should stay shut down and hide in our homes. you have the right not to go back to work due to your fears of a virus. But shouldn’t I have a right not to pay taxes to subsidize those who choose to stay home because they don’t want to work? Those who need to stay home for real health issues should be the ones we are supporting not those who just see a free ride at the taxpayers expense and use this coronavirus as an excuse. Some people are legitimately concerned and are able to work from home and that is great. I am one of those. I have not lost a paycheck. some people can’t feed their families because of the fear mongering and they’ve lost their businesses and their jobs. If you’re staying at home and belittling those who want to go back to work then don’t order anything from Amazon or any takeout or even go to the grocery store. Why should those people have to leave their houses to provide you with necessities when you think others should stay at home and let the economy crash. If the soldiers who fought in World War II and other wars to protect our freedom had Allowed their fear to send them into hiding we wouldn’t have freedom to give away so easily. Their chances of being killed in war were greater than our chances of being killed by the coronavirus. They had guns and we have masks and hand sanitizer. I think we have a better chance of surviving than they did. So let us get back to work in this great nation in a safe manner and not live in fear because that will destroy us quicker than the coronavirus. If you want to stay at home then make sure you are not doing it at taxpayer expense. If you are able to work from home remember the grocery store clerks, truckers and those who deliver packages, the meatpacking plants and others that produce the necessities we need can’t stay at home. so quit being a hypocrite.

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      Mickey   May 9, 2020 at 7:56 pm

      Didn’t FDR say all have to fear is fear its self? Fear does a lot of crazy things.

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    Sue   May 8, 2020 at 7:10 pm

    30.5% actually. LTC Report (current cases as of 5/7) shows TDC with 76 positive cases. 32 Residents, and 44 Staff.

    So the TDC represents 13% of Leon Co Total Positive….if you are talking residents only.

    I think I read about LTC places in the US “housing” staff members on site but not sure if TDC does this. Majority of TDC positive cases are Staff members. If they don’t bunk at TDC, they are/were (when tested positive) elsewhere in the county. More staff members tested positive than the residents.

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    Jason   May 12, 2020 at 6:26 pm

    These Leon County numbers come from the FDOH daily report that was published today (May 12th):

    * For the 12 days from 4/18/20 – 4/29/20, 1,065 people were tested, and 44 of them tested positive. That is a positive percentage rate of 4.1%.

    * For the 12 days from 4/30/20 – 5/11/20, 4,152 people were tested, and only 37 of those tested positive. That is a positive percentage rate of only 0.9%.

    So in just the last 12 days, 3,000+ more people have been tested than the preceding 12 days, but there were 7 FEWER positive tests. And the percentage of positive tests decreased from 4.1% to 0.9%.

    * Still only 6 deaths in Leon County, and 5 of those came from the Tallahassee Developmental Center.

    https://www.wtxl.com/news/local-news/tallahassee-developmental-center-confirms-five-covid-19-related-deaths

    Now, can we PLEASE stop with the “All of us are going to die” doomsday predictions? If you want to stay home, cowering in fear, then by all means stay home. As for me and my family, we’ve already started living our lives again. Thank you, Governor DeSantis.

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    Kathy   May 13, 2020 at 7:33 am

    Please correct this sentence:
    There has been six deaths reported in Leon County.
    I’m sick of seeing it.

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    Jon   May 15, 2020 at 7:22 am

    Theres been about 50 new cases in the last two weeks. We can probably assume everyone before that is recovered. So there are not 250 cases.

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    Jason   May 16, 2020 at 5:26 pm

    In the last 14 official reporting days (5-2-20 through 5-15-20) according to the FDOH report in .pdf format, 5,268 people have been tested in Leon County with only 41 new cases. That’s a 0.8% infection rate.

    The 14 days prior to this (4-18-20 through 5-1-20), 1,239 people in Leon County had been tested, with 58 new cases. This was an infection rate of 4.7%.

    So even with a 300%+ increase in the number of people tested in the last two weeks, Leon County actually realized 17 fewer cases than the preceding two weeks.

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    Kathy   May 17, 2020 at 9:06 pm

    Too much negativity on this page repeatedly by same persons. Lighten up folks. Instead rejoice in the news that Leon County is one comparatively safe zone. Those that can go back to work will probably do so as the state opens up. Testing? There is testing for the next few days at the FAMU Bragg Stadium https://www.wctv.tv/content/news/FAMU-coronavirus-testing-site-now-open-at-Bragg-Stadium-569953881.html and there are other sites as well, just google. Let’s all cooperate and follow CDC guidelines and stay well.

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    MMG   May 17, 2020 at 9:39 pm

    Where do the hospital numbers come from? FDOH has reported 33 hospitalizations for over a week now. Am I missing something?

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    SLP   May 23, 2020 at 9:15 pm

    How many people who have been hospitalized are currently in the hospital? All we ever get is the running total.

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      Staff   May 25, 2020 at 8:49 pm

      We are looking into these numbers.

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    Cool   May 26, 2020 at 3:59 pm

    To do nothing but criticize others who are doing something and making mistakes is the easiest thing.
    I would like to thank people actually working on this blog.

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    Julia   May 26, 2020 at 11:29 pm

    I was exposed to COVID19 in December 2019, and got the disease in January 2020. I have tested positive for the antibodies. The numbers being reported are low considering no one was keeping track of this disease in Dec 2019. Stay safe out there. This is NOT something you want to have. I had lingering sickness for 3 months afterwards. Better now, but will do everything I can to NOT get it again.

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