More COVID-19 cases reported in Northwest Florida Monday
The Florida Department of Health has released the latest coronavirus COVID-19 numbers for Monday.
Florida has 77,326 cases reported, 75,388 are Floridians and 1,938 are not Florida residents.
Health officials say 2,938 people have died from the virus in the state.
Bay County is reporting 153 cases. This includes 145 residents and eight non-residents. Their ages range from 2 to 93 years-old. Four people have died from the virus and 21 people have been hospitalized.
Okaloosa County is reporting 337 cases. This includes 328 residents, one Floridian in another state, and eight non-residents. Their ages range from 0 to 96 years-old. Six people have died from the virus and 50 people have had to be hospitalized.
Walton County is reporting 150 cases. 132 of the cases are residents and 18 are not from Florida. Their ages range between 1 to 101 years-old. Nine deaths from the virus has been reported and 22 people have had to be hospitalized.
Washington County is reporting 91 cases. 89 are residents and two are non-residents. Their ages range between 9 to 99 years-old. 18 people have been hospitalized and nine people have died in the county.
Holmes County has 31 cases. There are 30 residents and one is a non-resident. Ages range between 16 months and 79 years-old. There has been one hospitalization in Holmes County reported.
Jackson County is reporting 320 cases. There are 311 local cases and nine are non-Florida residents. The cases range from 0 to 87 years-old. There have been 20 people hospitalized and one death has been reported.
Calhoun County is reporting 66 cases, all are local. The ages range from 20 to 99 years-old. There has been five deaths reported. Officials say six people have been hospitalized for the virus.
Gulf County is reporting nine cases. They are eight residents and one non-resident. The ages range from 9 to 67 years-old. There have been no deaths and one hospitalizations in Gulf County reported.
Franklin County is reporting two cases. Health officials say one person is a 25 year-old woman from New York and the other is a 60 year-old woman who is a resident.
Liberty County is reporting 220 cases of COVID-19. All 220 are residents. The ages range from 20 to 73 years-old. One has been hospitalized from the virus in this county and one person has died.
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