FLORIDA: Another 85 Children Admitted For COVID-19 Sunday

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Now 201 Pediatric COVID-19 Cases In Florida Requiring Hospitalization. 13,776 Adults.

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At least 201 children are now hospitalized in Florida with COVID-19, according to HHS on Monday, August 9th, 2021.


BOCA RATON, FL ( (Copyright © 2021 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — The number of children 18 or under in Florida needing hospitalization for COVID-19 continues to rise.

The Department of Health and Human Services at 9 a.m. today revealed that 85 children were admitted to hospitals for COVID-19 related issues in Florida on Sunday. Specifically, 49 children were admitted with “confirmed” COVID-19, while 26 were admitted with “suspected” COVID-19.

Also in Florida, a total of 2,015 adult patients were admitted with “confirmed”COVID-19 on Sunday, 276 were admitted with “suspected” COVID-19.

HHS reports that 2,835 patients, in Florida, are currently ICU beds with “confirmed” and “suspected” COVID-19.

The total number of Florida patients in a hospital receiving COVID-19 care is now 13,776. The total number of pediatric patients in a Florida hospital receiving COVID-19 care is 201.

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis continues to block Florida’s Agency for Health Care Administration from reporting real-time hospital occupancy rates — a data point released continuously by the State of Florida until early summer. This data now comes from HHS which receives data from roughly 260 Florida hospitals.

Pediatric, in Florida, is generally defined as under age 18.

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