BREVARD COVID-19 UPDATE, June 6: Space Coast Reports 453 Coronavirus Cases, 13 Deaths

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Brevard COVID-19 cases requiring hospitalization is 66

CORONAVIRUS BREVARD UPDATE: Brevard County Commissioner Chairman Bryan Lober and MedFast Urgent Care’s Dr. David Williams discuss the latest developments regarding COVID-19 from a government point of view and medical point of view.

June 6, 2020 FLORIDA DEPT. OF HEALTH REPORT

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Brevard County has reported 453 (427) cases of COVID-19 as of Saturday afternoon, according to the Florida Department of Health.

According to the Florida Department of Health, the demographic breakdown of the age of those testing positive ranges from 1 to 94, with the median age being 58 years of age, and 48 percent are male and 52 percent are female.

The current Brevard list includes 442 (416) Florida residents and 11 (11) non-residents.

Brevard COVID-19 cases requiring hospitalization is 66. Thirteen deaths have been reported as a result of COVID-19 in Brevard County.

The Florida Department of Health reports 25,712 tests have been administered in Brevard County. According to Saturday’s report, 25,257 of those tests have come back negative.

The Florida Department of Health has reported a total of 62,758 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the state out of 1,050,671 tests done statewide with 10,891 (10,412) hospitalized.

Deaths attributed to COVID-19 in Florida are 2,688 (2,530) as of Saturday.

In the U.S., 1,909,077 (1,831,821) confirmed cases have been reported and 109,497 (106,181) deaths have been attributed to COVID-19. Global cases reported are 6,804,044 (6,411,023) with 396,699 (380,881) global deaths.

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