Escambia had its third consecutive third 200+ case day – 296 positives. Of those cases, 273 were Florida residents, six tied to nursing homes, one with corrections, median age of 38 and 13.6% positivity on 2,010 test results for July 16.
We are beginning to see the test results of July 4th weekend as more people lined up to get tested last week.
We’ve doubled the total positives the county had on June 29 – taking only 17 days.
Since Friday, July 10, the number of children that have tested positive has risen by 50%. FDOH reported that 22 of the new cases for July 16 were between the ages of 5-14; 4 between 0-4 years. Escambia schools open in 26 days – Aug. 12.
All of Santa Rosa’s cases are Florida residents, five tied to nursing homes, four to corrections, median age of 40 and 12.7% positivity on 659 tests.
Looks like Escambia and Santa Rosa will stay in the Red Zone.
For July 16, Chicago tested 4,357 people and had 232 positives; Seattle and King County tested 5,428 and had 239 positives.
|as of July 16||7/15/20||7/16/20||Increase|
|Deaths Per DOH||4,805||128|