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FLORIDA COVID: Hospitals Filling Up With COVID Patients, Now 11,590 Beds In Use

COVID-19 Florida News

At Least 56 Die In Florida Hospitals From COVID On Wednesday, Says HHS.

Nearly 5 Million Positive COVID-19 Tests Recorded In Florida.

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At least 4,878,524 positive COVID-19 tests have been recorded in Florida since COVID-19 testing began.


BOCA RATON, FL ( (Copyright © 2022 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — The United States Department of Health and Human Services says 56 people died in Florida hospitals on Wednesday from COVID-19. The death count comes as another 2,458 adults and 126 children under age 18 were admitted to a Florida hospital for COVID-19 care.

That brings the total number of COVID beds in use to 11,590 statewide. HHS reports that 1,472 adults are in a Florida ICU for COVID-19 care.

Influenza continues to be just a small issue in Florida, according to the latest data. One person died from the flu on Wednesday in a Florida medical facility, while 22 people were admitted for influenza care. There are a total of 91 patients in a Florida hospital who are being treated for the flu.

In Palm Beach County, the latest data — released Wednesday night — shows a slightly decreasing positivity rate. The seven day rolling average is 36.24 percent. That is still astronomical when compared to previous waves of COVID-19, but is slightly down from a high of 37 percent. At least 29,147 people have tested positive for COVID-19 in Palm Beach County over the past seven days. At least 1,222 people have been admitted to a Palm Beach County hospital for COVID care over the past week.



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