The number of Coronavirus cases within our zip code had a slight increase with 30 new cases over the last 7 days. That puts the total number of cases within our zip code at 1,758. We estimate Miami Springs has had approximately 967 cases of the Coronavirus since the start of the pandemic.
Miami-Dade had 2,726 new cases of the Coronavirus over the last 7 days. That continues the trend of lower new cases over the last few weeks. We’re not in the clear, but it continues to look better.
New hospitalizations from COVID-19 continue to drop in Miami-Dade County with just 53 new hospitalizations over the last 7 days. That’s a fantastic number for our overall public health and the health of our hospital system.
The only number that is still pretty high in Miami-Dade are the new fatalities. We lost 173 people in Miami-Dade County last week from the Coronavirus. In total, we’ve lost 3,055 people in Miami-Dade County since the start of the pandemic. Note: The survival rate in Miami-Dade County stands at 98.2%.
The State of Florida had 19,662 new cases of the Coronavirus last week. That’s significantly lower than the peak in July, but that’s still a very large number.
The number of new fatalities in Florida has gone down over the last week, but the number is still too high. We lost 694 people in the State of Florida last week. That puts the total number of COVID-19 fatalities in Florida at 13,450 people. The Florida COVID-19 survival rate stands at 98%.
As you can see, the overall trend is improving, but we still have a long way to go. Help to stop the spread of the Coronavirus.
- Wear a mask in public
- Social distance and stay at least 6′ apart
- Wash your hands regularly for at least 20 seconds
- Avoid toughing your nose, mouth, and eyes
- Take extra precautions with the elderly who are the most vulnerable to this disease
Stay safe everybody. The future is looking brighter.