Michelle Marchante and Devoun Cetoute report in the Miami Herald:
Florida saw its second day of relatively low novel coronavirus confirmations since late March. The state has not seen two consecutive days of new reported cases under 1,000 since March 29.
Wednesday evening, the Florida Department of Health confirmed 891 additional cases of COVID-19 and 43 new deaths statewide since Tuesday night. The state’s total confirmed cases is 22,519 as the death toll grew to 614.
Florida Keys Coronavirus Cases
The latest update from the State Health Office regarding COVID-19. Monroe County is reporting 66 total cases — 60 are residents, 6 are non-residents.
Among the 66, 22 are travel-related, 28 are community-acquired, and 16 are currently being investigated.
Of the 60 residents, 31 are from Key West, 14 Key Largo, 5 Tavernier, 5 Marathon, and two from Islamorada. Summerland Key, Cudjoe Key, and Key Colony Beach have one case each.
9 hospitalized, 3 deaths (reported by the State)
(Hospitalized down by two from last report}