UPDATE: Weekly COVID-19 hospitalizations increase by nearly 10% in Florida

COVID-19 cases were first reported in March of 2020

A health worker performs a COVID-19 test at the Orange County Convention Center Sunday, July 12, 2020, in Orlando, Fla. Florida on Sunday reported the largest single-day increase in positive coronavirus cases in any one state since the beginning of the pandemic.  (AP Photo/John Raoux)
A health worker performs a COVID-19 test at the Orange County Convention Center Sunday, July 12, 2020, in Orlando, Fla. Florida on Sunday reported the largest single-day increase in positive coronavirus cases in any one state since the beginning of the pandemic. (AP Photo/John Raoux) (Copyright 2020 The Associated Press. All rights reserved)

ORANGE COUNTY, Fla.May 1

The weekly hospitalizations from COVID-19 increased by nearly 10% in Florida.

The DOH reports there were 1,366 hospitalizations from April 24 to May 1, there were 1,244 hospitalizations the week prior.

Florida has now reported 90,823 hospitalizations in the state from the beginning of the pandemic.

April 24

The state saw the same amount of hospitalizations from April 17 to April 24 than the previous 7-day period.

The DOH reports there were 1,244 hospitalizations from April 10 to April 17.

Florida has now reported 89,457 hospitalizations in the state from the beginning of the pandemic.

April 17

The state saw 23 more hospitalizations from April 10 to April 17 than the previous 7-day period.

The DOH reports there were 1,244 hospitalizations from April 10 to April 17.

Florida has now reported 88,213 hospitalizations in the state from the beginning of the pandemic.

April 10

The state saw 117 more hospitalizations from April 3 to April 10 than the previous 7-day period.

The DOH reports there were 1,221 hospitalizations from April 3 to April 10.

Florida has now reported 86,969 hospitalizations in the state from the beginning of the pandemic.

April 3

The state saw 94 fewer hospitalizations from March 27 to April 3 than the previous 7-day period.

The DOH reports there were 1,104 hospitalizations from March 27 to April 3.

Florida has now reported 85,748 hospitalizations in the state from the beginning of the pandemic.

March 27

The state saw 8 more hospitalizations from March 20 to March 27 than the previous 7-day period.

The DOH reports there were 1,198 hospitalizations from March 20 to March 27.

Florida has now reported 84,644 hospitalizations in the state from the beginning of the pandemic.

March 20

The state saw 112 fewer hospitalizations from March 13 to March 20 than the previous 7-day period.

The DOH reports there were 1,190 hospitalizations from March 13 to March 20.

This is the fewest amount of weekly hospitalizations since the week of November 7.

The last time the state reported less than 1,000 COVID-19 hospitalizations was back on the week of June 6. The week of June 6 Florida reported 752 COVID-19 hospitalizations.

Florida has now reported 83,446 hospitalizations in the state from the beginning of the pandemic.

March 13

The state saw 308 fewer hospitalizations from March 6 to March 13 than the previous 7-day period.

The DOH reports there were 1,302 hospitalizations from March 6 to March 13.

This is the fewest amount of weekly hospitalizations since the week of November 7.

The last time the state reported less than 1,000 COVID-19 hospitalizations was back on the week of June 6. The week of June 6 Florida reported 752 COVID-19 hospitalizations.

Florida has now reported 82,256 hospitalizations in the state from the beginning of the pandemic.

March 6

The state saw 24 more hospitalizations from Feb. 27 to March 6 than the previous 7-day period.

The DOH reports there were 1,610 hospitalizations from Feb. 27 to March 6.

Florida has now reported 80,954 hospitalizations in the state from the beginning of the pandemic.

Feb. 27

The state saw 63 fewer hospitalizations from Feb. 20 to Feb. 27 than the previous 7-day period.

The DOH reports there were 1,586 hospitalizations from Feb. 20 to Feb. 27.

Florida has now reported 79,344 hospitalizations in the state from the beginning of the pandemic.

Feb. 20

The state saw 48 fewer hospitalizations from Feb. 13 to Feb. 20 than the previous 7-day period.

The DOH reports there were 1,649 hospitalizations from Feb. 13 to Feb. 20.

Florida has now reported 77,758 hospitalizations in the state from the beginning of the pandemic.

Feb. 13

The state saw 421 fewer hospitalizations from Feb. 6 to Feb. 13 than the previous 7-day period.

The DOH reports there were 1,697 hospitalizations from Feb. 6 to Feb. 13.

Florida has now reported 76,109 hospitalizations in the state from the beginning of the pandemic.

Feb. 6

The state saw 5 more hospitalizations from Jan. 30 to Feb. 6 than the previous 7-day period.

The DOH reports there were 2,118 hospitalizations from Jan. 30 to Feb. 6.

Florida has now reported 74,412 hospitalizations in the state from the beginning of the pandemic.

Jan. 30

The state saw 71 fewer hospitalizations from Jan. 23 to Jan 30 than the previous 7-day period.

The DOH reports there were 2,113 hospitalizations from Jan. 23 to Jan. 30.

Florida has now reported 72,294 hospitalizations in the state from the beginning of the pandemic.

Jan. 25

The state saw 50 more hospitalizations from Jan. 18 to Jan 25 than the previous 7-day period.

The DOH reports there were 2,324 hospitalizations from Jan. 18 to Jan. 25.

Florida has now reported 70,802 hospitalizations in the state from the beginning of the pandemic.

Jan 18.

The state saw 48 fewer hospitalizations from Jan. 11 to Jan 18 than the previous 7-day period.

The DOH reports there were 2,274 hospitalizations from Jan. 11 to Jan. 18.

Florida has now reported 68,478 hospitalizations in the state from the beginning of the pandemic.

Jan. 11

The state saw 582 more hospitalizations from Jan. 4 to Jan. 11 than the previous 7-day period.

The DOH reports there were 2,322 hospitalizations from Jan. 4 to Jan 11.

Florida has now reported 66,204 hospitalizations in the state from the beginning of the pandemic.

Jan. 4

The state saw 69 more hospitalizations from Dec. 28 to Jan. 4 than the previous 7-day period.

The DOH reports there were 1,740 hospitalizations from Dec. 28 to Jan 4.

Florida has now reported 63,882 hospitalizations in the state from the beginning of the pandemic.

Dec. 28

The state saw 188 fewer hospitalizations from Dec. 21 to Dec. 28 than the previous 7-day period.

The DOH reports there were 1,671 hospitalizations from Dec. 21 to Dec 28.

Florida has now reported 62,142 hospitalizations in the state from the beginning of the pandemic.

Dec. 21

The state saw 146 fewer hospitalizations from Dec. 14 to Dec. 21 than the previous 7-day period.

The DOH reports there were 1,859 hospitalizations from Dec. 14 to Dec 21.

Florida has now reported 60,471 hospitalizations in the state from the beginning of the pandemic.

Dec. 14

Hospitalizations from COVID-19 have increased in Florida from the previous 7-day period, according to the department of health.

The state saw 202 more hospitalizations from Dec. 7 to Dec. 14 than the previous 7-day period.

The DOH reports there were 2,005 hospitalizations from Dec. to Dec 14.

Florida has now reported 58,612 hospitalizations in the state from the beginning of the pandemic.

Dec. 7

Hospitalizations from COVID-19 have increased in Florida from the previous 7-day period, according to the department of health.

The state saw 438 more hospitalizations from Nov. 30 to Dec. 7 than the previous 7-day period.

The DOH reports there were 1,803 hospitalizations from Nov. 30 to Dec 7.

Florida has now reported 56,607 hospitalizations in the state from the beginning of the pandemic.

Nov. 30

Hospitalizations from COVID-19 have decreased in Florida from the previous 7-day period, according to the department of health.

The state saw 115 fewer hospitalizations from Nov. 23 to Nov. 30 than the previous 7-day period.

The DOH reports there 1,365 hospitalizations from Nov. 16 to Nov. 23.

Florida has now reported 54,864 hospitalizations in the state from the beginning of the pandemic.

Nov. 23

Hospitalizations from COVID-19 have slightly increased in Florida from the previous 7-day period, according to the department of health.

The state saw 52 more hospitalizations from Nov. 16 to Nov. 23 than the previous 7-day period.

The DOH reports there 1,480 hospitalizations from Nov. 16 to Nov. 23.

Nov. 16

Florida is starting to see an increase in coronavirus hospitalizations, according to the department of health.

The state saw 300 more hospitalizations from COVID-19 from the previous 7-day period.

DOH reports there have been 1,428 hospitalizations from Nov. 9 to Nov. 16.

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The latest daily report saw 4,663 new cases of COVID-19.

Forty-one COVID-19 deaths were reported in the latest daily data, according to the department of health.

To see the previous weekly hospitalization data click this link.


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