Florida had 11,433 new COVID cases – just 25 short of last Friday’s daily record.
Escambia County had 153 new cases – 147 Florida residents, 9 were tied to nursing homes, one with correctional, median age 43 and 10.8% positivity – lowest rate for July.
The county had another death – still maintaining the average of one a day in July. Hospitalizations jumped up 15 to 170.
Hospitalizations and deaths lag behind the rise in positives.
For July 9, Chicago reported 171 positives out of 3,557 test results – 4.8% positivity rate. About 6.31 cases per 100,000 people.
For July 9, King County – where Seattle is located – reported 167 positives out of 3,718 test results – 4.5% positivity rate. About 7.41 cases per 100,000 people.
For July 9, Escambia reported 147 positives among locals out of 1,363 tests results – 10.8% positivity. About 46.2 cases per 100,000 people.
In Santa Rosa County, all the new cases are Florida residents, none tied to nursing homes, none to correctional, median age 43 and positivity rate of 9.0% for 576 tests on July 9. The county had four more hospitalizations – total 65.
In June, Santa Rosa had 368 new COVID cases among its residents. The county already has 436 for July.
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