Florida has seen a surge in the coronavirus since early October, with the trend of new daily cases higher than it was in mid-August.
Choose a county below to see how the numbers are trending across Florida. Data is updated automatically several times per day.
Latest coronavirus data for
Data as of May shows Florida reported 0 known cases of the coronavirus, which is an increase of 0 from the day before.
Blue lines illustrate 7-day moving average
Daily new cases
Daily new deaths
Daily figures from the state detail the number of people reportedly hospitalized from the coronavirus. These numbers are based on differences in daily cumulative totals and do not neccesarily reflect new hospital check-ins. An uptick could signal another wave of the pandemic as hospitals grapple with treating influxes of new patients.
New daily hospitalizations
Source: Florida Department of Health. Hospitalizations include residents and nonresidents
Weekly emergency department visits
The state department of health tracks weekly visits to emergency departments for patients with flu-like and covid-like symptoms. Flu-like cases are determined when the main complaints are a cough, fever and/or sore throat, the state said. COVID-like symptom cases are determined when the same complaints are cited, but excludes people with a flu diagnosis.
About this data
Data comes from the Florida Department of Health and represents compiled snapshots of figures the state reported on each respective day. If the story and the charts show no new cases or deaths for the day, it could be due to the Florida Department of Health not yet reporting the day’s new figures. The state has typically updated its data daily during the late morning or early afternoon.