How coronavirus is spreading in Florida
Update June 4, 2021: This site is now archived following the Florida Department of Health's decision to no longer provide daily updates to their covid database. The CDC still maintains a subset of the covid data which can be found here.
Update Jan. 21, 2021: Earlier versions of this interactive included charts showing test positivity rates for Florida and individual counties. The rates had been calculated from the total numbers of people testing positive and negative, the only type of testing data published in the state Department of Health's online databases. As more people get repeat tests, the figure has become less useful, and has diverged with those in public reports, which track the positivity rate on an individual day.
Over the past week, the number of new coronavirus deaths in Florida has been going down.
The state is currently averaging 35.4 new deaths per day. By Thursday, a total of 37,717 people had died.
In total, 2,329,867 people have tested positive for the coronavirus — 11,311 per 100,000 residents, or 1 in every 9 people. A total of 13,418,444 coronavirus test results have been recorded.
See how many people have been vaccinated in Florida, and other states, here.
You can find your county, city or zip code. Below, you can see which parts of the state are experiencing spikes.
Find your county, city, zip code or hospital
Try searching for Hillsborough, St. Petersburg, 33612, Memorial Hospital of Tampa, or Tampa Bay.
The death rate by county
Here are the counties with the most deaths per resident over the last week. The dates mark when the death was announced, rather than when the person died.
Coronavirus’ spread in specific regions
The state is releasing results by county and zip code. By looking at groups of the zip codes, we were able to calculate coronavirus statistics for specific cities and other well-known areas around Florida.