State of Florida Data

Case Testing

This chart shows the number of new positive cases for each day. Because the daily number of cases is highly volatile, the chart also shows the seven-day moving average for the daily positive percentage; this makes the trend easier to discern.

This chart shows the daily positive percentage, which is a key Covid-19 testing metric defined as the number of people who test PCR- or antigen-positive for the first time divided by all the people tested that day, excluding people who have previously tested positive. B This metric can be used to monitor how fast the virus is spreading within the state or within a particular county. Policymakers are relying upon this statistic to guide their decisions regarding re-opening schools and businesses. The sources for Florida Covid-19 testing statistics are the daily State Report and County Report published by the Florida Department of Health.

This chart shows daily case testing results, which include the number the number of people who test PCR- or antigen-positive for the first time on that day as well as the total number of people tested on that day, excluding people who have previously tested positive. The daily number of positive persons is largely a function of the daily number of tests rather than a measure of how fast the virus is spreading. The sources for Florida Covid-19 testing statistics are the daily State Report and County Report published by the Florida Department of Health.

 

This chart shows the number of Covid-19 cases for various age groups by month.

This chart shows the number of Covid-19 cases for various age groups by day for the past two weeks.

 

Hospitalization Trends

 

This chart shows, for each day, the number of occupied hospital beds and the number of available hospital beds. If the number of occupied beds is increasing, this may indicate that the hospital system for a particular area is under stress. The source for these statistics is the Florida Agency for Health Care Administration.

This chart shows, for each day, the number of occupied hospital intensive care unit (ICU) beds and the number of available hospital ICU beds. If the number of occupied ICU beds is increasing, this may indicate that the hospital system for a particular area is under stress. The source for these statistics is the Florida Agency for Health Care Administration.

This chart shows, for each day, the number of hospital beds occupied by COVID-19 patients and number of hospital beds occupied by all patients. The ratio of COVID-19 occupied beds to total occupied beds, is an indicator of how COVID-19 illness is driving hospitalizations. The source for these statistics is the Florida Agency for Health Care Administration.

This chart shows, for each day, the number of hospital beds occupied by COVID-19 patients. The source for these statistics is the Florida Agency for Health Care Administration.

The case hospitalization rate (CHR) is a key metric for evaluating how much stress a virus puts on hospitals. CHR is calculated as the number of hospitalizations divided by the number of confirmed cases for a particular population in a particular geographic area. This chart breaks down the CHR by a number of age groups to highlight the fact that COVID-19 is far more dangerous for the elderly. These statistics are calculated by the developers of this website using daily Covid-19 Caseline Data published by the Florida Department of Health.

 

This chart shows how many Floridians in various age groups have been hospitalized with COVID-19. These statistics are calculated by the developers of this website using daily Covid-19 Caseline Data published by the Florida Dept. of Health.

This chart shows the case hospitalization rates (CHRs) for various age groups by month, starting with March 2020. The information in this chart indicates that CHRs have declined dramatically from the March and April highs. CHRs for the current month are preliminary and will rise as additional current-month hospitalizations are reported to the Florida Dept. of Health. These statistics are calculated by the developers of this website using daily Covid-19 Caseline Data published by the Florida Department of Health.

 

This chart shows how many Floridians in various age groups have been hospitalized with COVID-19 during each month beginning with March 2020. These statistics are calculated by the developers of this website using daily Covid-19 Caseline Data published by the Florida Department of Health.

 

Deaths

 

This chart shows, for each day, the number of Florida residents with confirmed COVID-19 infection that died on that day. Because deaths are reported to the Florida Dept.of Health with a delay of from one day to more than one month, the number of deaths by date of death are updated frequently, affecting primarily the most recent two weeks of data. This differs significantly from the number of deaths reported each day, which included updated deaths for previous dates. The number of deaths reported each day is widely reported in the media and does not indicate the number of deaths that occurred during the previous 24 hours. The source for these statistics is the Florida Department of Health.

This chart decomposes the number of deaths reported for the most recent day into the distribution of deaths by actual date of death. The number of deaths reported for a day may be considerably larger than the ultimate persons who died on a particular day, which cannot be know until all such deaths are reported to the Florida Dept. of Health. The source for these statistics is the Florida Department of Health.

The case fatality rate (CFR) is a key metric for evaluating how lethal is a virus. CFR is calculated as the number of deaths divided by the number of confirmed cases for a particular population in a particular geographic area. This chart breaks down the CFR by a number of age groups to highlight the fact that COVID-19 is far more lethal for the elderly. These statistics are calculated by the developers of this website using daily Covid-19 Caseline Data published by the Florida Department of Health.

 

This chart shows how many Floridians in various age groups have died from COVID-19. These statistics are calculated by the developers of this website using daily Covid-19 Caseline Data published by the Florida Department of Health.

This chart shows the case fatality rates (CFRs) for various age groups by month, starting with March 2020. The information in this chart indicates that CFRs have declined dramatically from the March and April highs. CFRs for the current month are preliminary and will rise as additional current-month deaths are reported to the Florida Dept. of Health. These statistics are calculated by the developers of this website using daily Covid-19 Caseline Data published by the Florida Department of Health.

 

 

This chart shows how many Floridians in various age groups have died from COVID-19 during each month beginning with March 2020. These statistics are calculated by the developers of this website using daily Covid-19 Caseline Data published by the Florida Department of Health.

This chart shows how many Floridians died of all causes during each week during 2019 and 2020 beginning with the first week in January of each year. Data are from the Center for Disease Control (CDC) Weekly Counts of Deaths by State and Select Cause.

 

Laboratory Testing Data Table

 

This table shows laboratories that report COVID-19 test results to the Florida Department of Health, and the day-over-day changes in their data. The table is created by scraping the daily State of Florida report, and comparing today’s report with yesterday’s. Lab-level reporting cannot be reconciled with the State of Florida positivity rate due to a lack of data. Users of this data are warned against comparing positivity rates by lab to positivity rates reported elsewhere. The results are different because the State Report and the lab-level table in the report are reporting different data. We provide this data as-is and claim no warranty of data quality. The source for these statistics is the Florida Department of Health

Reporting Lab Today's Total Tests Today's Positive Tests Today's Negative Tests Today's Inconclusive Increase Today's Positivity Rate

 

 

 

 

 

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