There Are Now 81 Positive COVID-19 Cases In Escambia County, 36 In Santa Rosa

March 30, 2020

As backlogged test results were reported, the number of COVID 19 more than doubled Monday in Escambia County and also increased in Santa Rosa County.

The total number of confirmed cases in Escambia County jumped to 81 with the evening update from the Florida Department of Health. There are now 36 cases in Santa Rosa County.

Of the Escambia County cases, 54 were from Pensacola, 14 were from Cantonment, five were from Bellview, one was from Perdido Key and five are non-residents. They range in age from 2 to 94.  There were two confirmed patients in the hospital.

In Santa Rosa County, 13 cases were from Navarre, nine from Milton, eight from Gulf Breeze, two from Pace and data was not available on the remainder. Cases range in age from two months to 81 years. Seven were hospitalized and two have died.

There are currently 5,704 cases in Florida — 5,489 are Florida¬†residents and 215 are non-Florida residents. There are 715¬† people hospitalized and 71 deaths.

Comments

3 Responses to “There Are Now 81 Positive COVID-19 Cases In Escambia County, 36 In Santa Rosa”

  1. David Willison on March 31st, 2020 11:12 pm

    With case’s double ling almost everyday it won’t be long before most of Florida will be like Miami. Then the Governor will order a stay at home order,with Florida’s large population of people over the age of 60 you would think that the Governor would have already ordered it but no as it’s all a political game pleasing certain politicians in D.C.

  2. Jim on March 31st, 2020 7:56 am

    @James – of these positive tests, only 2 are currently hospitalized, and there are no Escambia County deaths.

  3. James on March 30th, 2020 8:43 pm

    How many of these people have overcome the virus? We never hear how many how healed.





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