Escambia Reports Four New COVID-19 Deaths, 148 New Cases

November 21, 2020

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There were four additional COVID-19 deaths and 148 additional cases reported Friday in Escambia County by the Florida Department of Health.

Here is the latest data:

Total cases: 15,732 (+148)
Non-Florida residents: 1,667
Total deaths: 297 (+4)
Long-term care facility deaths : 138
Current hospitalizations: 94 (+7)
Number of tests last day: 1,713
Percent positive last day: 7.3%
Percent positive last week: 9.3%

Escambia County cases by location:

Pensacola: 11,482 (+117)
Cantonment: 1,162 (+7)
Century: 952
—-including 773 Century prison inmates
Molino: 182 (+1)
McDavid: 92
Bellview: 24
Walnut Hill: 18 (-1 data adjustment)
Perdido Key: 14 (+1)
Gonzalez: 8

Santa Rosa County cases:

Total cases: 6,903 (+64)
Non-Florida residents: 86
Total deaths: 97 (+1)
Long-term care facility deaths: 22
Cumulative Hospitalizations: 412*
Number of tests last day: 517
Percent positive last day: 10.9%

Santa Rosa County cases by location:

Milton: 3,309 (+27)
Gulf Breeze: 1,032 (+12)
Navarre: 973 (+17)
Pace: 578 (+3)
Jay: 168
Bagdad: 13

Florida cases:

Total cases: 923,418
Florida residents: 910,065
Deaths: 17,889
Hospitalizations: 53,091*

*“Hospitalizations” in the statewide and Santa Rosa County totals is a count of all laboratory confirmed cases in which an inpatient hospitalization occurred at any time during the course of illness. Most of these people are longer be hospitalized. The FDOH does not provide a count of patients currently hospitalized. The Escambia County number is current data compiled each day from the local hospitals.

*The Florida Department of Health does not have a clear standard or definition of “recovered” and does not report a number of recovered individuals.

**Data Sources: Florida Department of Health, Escambia County, City of Pensacola, local hospitals.

Comments

3 Responses to “Escambia Reports Four New COVID-19 Deaths, 148 New Cases”

  1. David Huie Green on November 21st, 2020 10:43 pm

    REGARDING:
    “This is not Governor DeSantis or President Trump’s fault.”

    Not the existence of the disease, no. Reduction in rate of spread? Certainly.

    Mocking those who wore masks led many to not wear them. Sure, they aren’t 100% effective but while a chain is only as strong as its weakest link, a rope is as strong as the sum of its strengths. Every reduction in transmission reduces chance for infection, sickness, more spreading, more death.

    Calling for crowds to gather is obviously increasing the opportunities to infect others, more sickness, more spreading, more death.

    Pushing medicines that don’t work, calling it “just a case of sniffles,” just a HOAX, a Democratic trick convinces them there is nothing to protect about. You don’t do what is inconvenient if there is no reason to.

    It also takes time and resources from productive work.

    AND
    “Personal choices are what make people sick, not politicians”

    True, BUT those personal decisions are affected by information supplied by politicians. When they lie, they create doubt and cause people to ignore better advice by those who do NOT lie for personal benefit. And the sick aren’t the only ones making decisions. The ones who choose to risk infecting them play a part.

    David for better people

  2. No Excuses on November 21st, 2020 3:15 pm

    @ Just Saying: This is not Governor DeSantis or President Trump’s fault. The spread is based on human behavior.

    1. Wear a mask. Many either refuse or choose not to. I am not one of those.
    2. Keep your hands washed, sanitized and away from your face. Many choose not to, but I am not one of them.
    3. Avoid large crowds and practice social distancing to the extent possible, or wear a mask when you can’t. I teach school and I have managed NOT to get COVID because I observe these precautions and I expect students to do the same, at least while they are in my care.
    4. Do your research and take supplements (such as chellated zinc and vitamin D3) that are shown to assist in resisting COVID.

    Just because you CAN do things like we did pre-COVID does not mean we SHOULD. Personal choices are what make people sick, not politicians

    The political rhetoric is old and frankly, I think most of us are sick of hearing it.

  3. Just saying on November 21st, 2020 4:47 am

    Look at the numbers ! People don’t we need to do something to get this under control oh I forgot we got a mini Trump for a govener . He thinks just like President Trump it’s going away





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