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COVID-19 on Treasure Coast: What you require to know Saturday, Sept. 26

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The Florida Department of Health reported 89 brand-new COVID-19 cases and one new death Saturday.Saturday’s statement of 89 new cases pushed the Treasure Coast’s cumulative overall range of cases above 16,000. The overall range of cases on the Treasure

Coast increased to 16,070. The cumulative death toll increased to 533. The one new death was reported in Indian River County.More: DeSantis OKs state moving into Stage 3 of resuming, raising most limitations ►COVID-19 news on the Treasure Coast: Subscriptions start as low as$ 39 a year Health officials have said the infection is not always the cause of death, however they tape-record people who ultimately assessed favorable for the infection and in the future die.Here’s a breakdown of the latest

numbers throughout the Treasure Coast: Indian River County General number of cases: 3,197 Locals: 3,172 Non-residents: 25 Conditions and care Deaths

: 116 Hospitalizations: 292 COVID-19 tests administered for Florida residents

Total evaluated: 35,655

Favorable property owner tests: 3,197 Unfavorable tests: 32,439 Inconclusive: 19 Awaiting

  • screening: 54
  • Cases by city, if known Vero Beach: 2,225 Fellsmere: 409

    Sebastian: 336 Missing Out On: 185 Wabasso: 9 Indian River Shores

    • : 4 Roseland: 3
    • Orchid: 1 Ages Range: 0 to 105 Common age: 44 Gender Male
    • : 1,427 Female: 1,731 Unknown: 14

    Race Black: 382 White: 1,668

    • Other: 345 Unidentified
    • : 777
    • St. Lucie County
    • County Overall number
    • of cases: 7,993 Residents: 7,963 Non-residents
    • : 30 Conditions and care Deaths

    : 275

    • Hospitalizations: 653
    • COVID-19 tests administered

      for Florida

      • property owners Total checked: 61,156 Beneficial local tests: 7,993 Unfavorable tests: 53,113 Inconclusive: 50 Awaiting
      • screening: 265 Cases
      • by city, if understood Port

      St. Lucie: 4,724

      Fort Pierce

      • : 2,780 Missing out on: 439 St. Lucie
      • West: 4 Hutchinson
      • Island: 1 Ages Variety: 0 to 104 Mean age: 43 Gender Male: 3,563 Female: 4,348 Unidentified: 52 Race Black: 1,832 White: 3,130 Other: 1,141 Unidentified: 1,860 Martin County County

        • Total number of cases:
        • 4,880 Homeowners: 4,840
        • Non-residents: 32 Conditions
        • and care Deaths: 142 Hospitalizations: 387

        COVID-19 tests administered

        • for Florida locals Overall checked: 34,990 Favorable regional tests
        • : 4,828 Unfavorable tests: 30,115

        Undetermined

      • : 48 Waiting for screening: 48

      City, if understood Stuart: 2,280

    • Indiantown: 961 Palm
    • City: 584 Hobe

    Sound: 492 Jensen Beach: 298 Missing out on

  • : 168 Sewall’s
  • Point: 33 Jupiter: 23 Port Salerno: 3 Ocean Breeze: 1 Ages

    Range:0 to 100 Typical age: 40 Gender Male: 2,425

  • Female: 2,377 Unidentified:26 Race Black: 267 White: 2,244 Other: 1,153 Unidentified: 1,153 For more coronavirus coverage … Check back. To stay up to date with Treasure Coast-specific news, go to

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