Under 18 COVID hospitalizations added to dashboard

Escambia County today enhanced the COVID-19 dashboard at myescambia.com/covid19dashboard to include a breakdown of adult and pediatric hospitalizations data provided by local hospitals. It now also displays the percentage of partially and fully vaccinated Escambia County residents with data sourced from the CDC.

The dashboard is updated Monday through Friday. The Escambia County COVID-19 web page at https://myescambia.com/covid-19 has continued to be updated and includes a comprehensive list of testing sites, vaccination locations, prevention tips, resources, news releases and more information.

Escambia County would like to remind residents of additional COVID-19 data resources. Visit the Florida Department of Health’s website for the Friday reportvaccine locator and testing locator. The CDC offers a COVID data tracker website.

“We enhanced the dashboard with the rise of COVID-19 cases in our area,” said Public Safety Director Eric Gilmore. “It is important to note that medical professionals have said that the majority of COVID-19 hospital patients have not been vaccinated. There is plenty of vaccine still available for anyone 12 years and older.”

The Escambia County Joint Information Center provides updates to our social media channels @BeReadyEscambia on Twitter and Escambia County Emergency Management on Facebook. Please visit the Escambia County COVID-19 web page at https://myescambia.com/covid-19 for additional information.


1 thought on “Under 18 COVID hospitalizations added to dashboard

  1. Venting
    You will not believe the idiots on facebook WEAR that are confused by this, or maybe you will.
    To me at this point, it’s not an argument about politics, It is an argument about pure unadulterated stupidity on display.

    Really, they don’t read the article then post stupid exclamations of percentages and statistics that would make even a Pre K kindergarten teacher cringe. I’m glad they are posting the stats but GAWD.. people are really stupid.

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