Coronavirus testing of people on the Treasure Coast broke the 10,000 mark today as the growth in case numbers continued to decline. Meanwhile, the Treasure Coast remained free of reports of coronavirus deaths for St. Lucie, Martin or Indian River for the eighth consecutive day.
The Treasure Coast hasn’t had a coronavirus death on the Treasure Coast reported for five straight days, the longest stretch since the first death was reported March 27.
An additional 22 cases of coronavirus were reported on the Treasure Coast today, the highest number since April 7.
Just two additional coronavirus cases were reported today on the Treasure Coast.
The deaths from coronavirus of two people on the Treasure Coast were reported over the weekend while growth in case numbers continued to decline from their peaks.
Two more people died while nine more people tested positive on the Treasure Coast for coronavirus, according to today’s statistics from the Florida Department of Health.
About half of the 35 coronavirus deaths that have occurred on the Treasure Coast have been associated with longterm care facilities. The average age of the people who have died in the three counties is 81.
Just one new case of coronavirus was reported today on the daily digital dashboard of cases maintained by the Florida Department of Health.
The deaths of three more people, one in Indian River County and two in St. Lucie County, were reported today by the Florida Department of Health.
The Treasure Coast today hit the 500 mark in coronavirus cases today while the documented spread of the virus in the region continues to slow down.