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Florida: 1,892,301 confirmed cases, 30,478 resident deaths*, 540 non-resident deaths*

Volusia: 34,240 confirmed cases, 650 deaths*

Flagler: 5,877 confirmed cases, 89 deaths*

*DISCLAIMER: These numbers are the results of COVID-19 testing reported to the State of Florida, carried out by private labs and the Department of Health. These numbers only reflect cases that are reported by the state, not cases that remain unreported and/or untested.“Hospitalizations” is a count of all laboratory confirmed cases in which an inpatient hospitalization occurred at any time during the course of illness. These people may no longer be hospitalized. This number does not represent the number of COVID-19 positive persons currently hospitalized. A figure for that information is not available at this time.

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  • (02-25-21) FLORIDA NEARING 1.9 MILLION CASES. New findings from the Florida Department of Health show the state is nearing 1.9 million COVID-19 cases as an increase of 6,640 placed the state's recorded case count at 1,892,301. Locally, Volusia County is up to 34,240 COVID-19 cases after an increase of 150 was reported alongside five more deaths for 650. Flagler County reported 45 new cases for 5,877 and two more deaths for 89 total.
  • (02-24-21) VOLUSIA BREAKS 34,000 CASES. The latest reports from the state's Department of Health indicate an increase of 7,128 COVID-19 cases for a new statewide total of 1,885,661. Locally, Volusia County has reached another milestone after an increase of 126 cases put the county at 34,090 total cases with three more deaths for 645. Flagler, meanwhile, reported 19 cases for 5,832 with no change in deaths.
  • (02-23-21) VOLUSIA REPORTS SEVEN NEW DEATHS. The State of Florida is now up to 1,878,533 confirmed cases of COVID-19 after the Department of Health reported 5,610 new cases of the virus. Volusia County is now up to 33,964 cases after reporting 103 new cases and seven more deaths for 642 total. Meanwhile, Flagler reported 18 new cases for 5,813.
  • (02-22-21) RESIDENT DEATHS TOP 30K. A new report from the Florida Department of Health shows the state reported 4,151 more COVID-19 cases for 1,872,923 while resident deaths hit 30,065. Locally, Volusia County reported an influx of 109 cases for 33,861 and a single death for 635, while Flagler reports just 12 new cases for 5,795.
  • (02-21-21) OVER 5,000 NEW CASES REPORTED TODAY STATEWIDE.  The Florida Department of Health reports 5,065 new COVID-19 cases today, bringing the total to 1,868,772. Volusia County added 71 cases for a total of 33,752. One new death brings that number to 634. In Flagler County, 21 new cases puts that number at 5,783. One new death brings the number to 87.
  • (02-20-21) ALMOST 7,300 CASES REPORTED ACROSS THE STATE. Statewide, 7,280 new cases of COVID-19 have been reported. Volusia County reported 121 new cases of the virus but no new deaths were reported. Twenty new cases were reported in Flagler County bringing that total to 5,762. No new deaths reported.
  • (02-19-21) NEARLY 7,000 CASES REPORTED IN FLORIDA. New reports from the Florida Department of Health indicate that an increase of 6,683 COVID-19 cases brings the state's total case count up to 1,856,427. In Volusia County, cases are up to 33,560 after an increase of 165 with nine new deaths for 633 while Flagler County reports 28 new cases for 5,742.
  • (02-18-21) 5,000 CASES REPORTED STATEWIDE. A new report from the state's Department of Health shows Florida has recorded 5,117 new cases of COVID-19 for a statewide total of 1,849,744. Locally, Volusia County reported exactly 100 cases for 33,395 and two additional deaths for 624 while Flagler reported 25 new cases for 5,714 with no changes in deaths.
  • (02-17-21) VOLUSIA REPORTS 11 NEW DEATHS. The State of Florida is now up to 1,844,627 recorded COVID-19 cases after an update from the Department of Health reported 7,342 new cases today. Locally, Volusia County has reported an increase of 203 cases for a new total of 33,295, while 11 deaths brings the county's death toll up to 622. Flagler County reported another 19 cases for 5,689 and one death for 86.
  • (02-16-21) OVER 200 CASES SUBTRACTED FROM VOLUSIA'S COUNT. The latest findings from the state's Department of Health report that Florida is now up to 1,837,285 COVID-19 cases after recording an increase of 6,297 cases. Those same findings also subtract 216 cases from Volusia's count, leaving the county at 33,092 with an additional two deaths for 611. Meanwhile, Flagler County reported an increase of 24 for 5,670.
  • (02-15-21) LESS THAN 4,000 CASES REPORTED STATEWIDE. New reports from the Florida Department of Health show that the state reported only 3,615 new COVID-19 cases statewide for a new total of 1,830,988. Locally, Volusia County reported 44 new cases for 33,308 total with five more deaths for 609. Flagler County reported another nine cases for 5,646 and two more deaths for 85.
  • (02-14-21) FIFTY-FOUR HUNDRED NEW CASES REPORTED STATEWIDE. Another 5,436 cases of COVID-19 reported today brings the statewide number to 1,827,373. Ninety-six new deaths reported brings the total to 29,275. Volusia County added 68 cases today bringing that number to 33,264. Flagler County added 25 cases for a total of 5,637. No new deaths reported in either county.
  • (02-13-21) STATE ADDS MORE THAN 7,500 NEW CASES.  The state of Florida adds 7,515 new cases of COVID-19 for a total of 1,821,937. Another 118 reported deaths brings that number to 29,179. In Volusia County, 162 new cases were added, for a total of 33,196. No new deaths were reported. Flagler County added 28 new cases and reported seven new deaths for respective totals of 5,612 and 83.
  • (02-12-21) VOLUSIA BREAKS 33K CASES, 600 DEATHS. A new report from the state's Department of Health says Florida reported 7,617 new cases of COVID-19, bringing the statewide total up to 1,814,422. Volusia County broke two milestones today after 195 new cases placed the counties total at 33,034 while eight more deaths put the county's death toll at 604. Flagler County reported 31 new cases for 5,584 total with no change in deaths.
  • (02-11-21) FLORIDA BREAKS 1.8 MILLION, VOLUSIA NEARING 600 DEATHS. The latest findings from the Florida Department of Health indicate that the state is now at 1,806,805 recorded cases of COVID-19 after 8,525 cases were reported. Volusia County reported 176 new cases for 32,839 and four more deaths for 596. Meanwhile, Flagler County reported 23 new cases for 5,553.
  • (02-10-21) VOLUSIA REPORTS NEARLY 30 DEATHS. A new report from the Florida Department of Health says an increase of 7,537 COVID-19 cases places Florida's statewide count at 1,798,280. Locally, Volusia County reported an increase of 191 cases for 32,663 and 27 deaths for 592 total. Meanwhile, Flagler has reported an increase of 32 cases for 5,550 while data shows one death was retracted from the county's death toll, bringing it back to 76.
  • (02-09-21) STATE BREAKS 28K, VOLUSIA & FLAGLER REPORT 16 DEATHS. The Florida Department of Health reported an increase of 7,023 new COVID-19 cases today, bringing the statewide total up to 1,790,743 as residential deaths break 28,000. In Volusia County, 156 new cases were reported for 32,472 alongside 14 deaths for 565 total. In Flagler County, 15 cases were reported for 5,518 total with two more deaths for 77 total.
  • (02-08-21) STATE NEARING 28K RESIDENTIAL DEATHS. The State of Florida has now reported 1,783,720 COVID-19 cases after the Department of Health reported an increase of 5,737. Reports also show that the state is less than 200 deaths shy of 28,000 residential deaths. Locally, Volusia County is up to 32,316 cases after reporting an increase of 133 alongside one death for 551, while Flagler reported just five new cases for 5,503.
  • (02-07-21) MORE THAN 6,600 NEW COVID-19 CASES REPORTED TODAY.  Statewide today, 6,624 new cases of COVID-19 have been reported for 1,777,983 and there are now more that 28,000 deaths reported from the virus. In Volusia County, 127 new cases bring the total to 32,183. Flagler County added 20 new cases for a total of 5,498. No new deaths reported in either county.
  • (02-06-21) NEARLY 75-HUNDRED CASES ACROSS THE STATE. Another 7,486 reported cases of COVID-19 bring the statewide total to 1,771,359. Volusia County added 193 new cases for a total of 32,056. Eight new deaths reported brings the total to 550. Thirty-one new cases reported in Flagler County brings that number to 5,478.
  • (02-05-21) ALMOST 12K CASES REPORTED STATEWIDE. New reports from the Florida Department of Health say the state recorded 11,543 cases today for a new total of 1,763,873. Volusia County reported 187 more cases for 31,863 and one death for 542, while Flagler reported 42 new cases for 5,447 with deaths remaining unchanged countywide.
  • (02-04-21) VOLUSIA & FLAGLER REPORT LITTLE CHANGE. A new report from the state's Department of Health shows Florida has recorded 1,752,330 cases of COVID-19 after reporting another increase of just 7,711 statewide. Volusia County is now up to 31,676 cases after reporting 111 new cases with one death for 541, while Flagler County reported just 13 new cases for 5,405 with no new deaths.
  • (02-03-21) VOLUSIA REPORTS 5 DEATHS, FLAGLER REPORTS 2. The latest findings of the Florida Department of Health put the state at 1,744,619 recorded cases of COVID-19 after reporting an influx of 6,979. Volusia County reported 440 new cases for 31,565 and five deaths for 540, while Flagler reported 39 new cases for 5,392 and two more deaths for 73 total.
  • (02-02-21) ALMOST 11K CASES REPORTED STATEWIDE. A new report from the Florida Department of Health says the state is now up to 1,737,640 reported cases of COVID-19 after recording 10,533 more cases. Volusia County is now up to 31,125 reported cases after an increase of 304 with no changes in deaths, while Flagler County reports 41 new cases for 5,353 with one death for 71 total.
  • (02-01-21) STATE ADDS JUST UNDER 6,000 NEW CASES.  The Florida Department of Health is reporting the lowest daily total we've seen in some time, adding 5,730 new cases today, bringing the total to 1,727,107.  224 new deaths reported today bring that total to 27,129. In Volusia County, 164 new cases bring the number to 31,125.  No new deaths reported. Flagler County added 18 cases today, putting that number at 5,312. No new deaths reported.
  • (01-31-21) VOLUSIA ADDS 200-PLUS NEW CASES, APPROACHING 31K. Statewide, the Florida Department of Health reports 7,788 new COVID-19 cases today, bringing the total to 1,721,377. Another 120 deaths reported puts that number at 26,915. Volusia County reports 211 new cases for a total of 30,961. One new death brings that number to 535.  Forty new cases in Flagler County move the total to 5,294. No new deaths reported.
  • (01-30-21) STATE TOPS 1.7 MILLION COVID-19 CASES.  Statewide, 15,019 new cases reported bringing the total to 1,713,589. With 120 new deaths reported, the statewide total is now 26,795. In Volusia County, another 430 cases brings that number to 30,750. No new deaths reported. Flagler County added 51 new cases for a total of 5,254. No new deaths reported.
  • (01-29-21) VOLUSIA BREAKS 30,000 CASES. The Florida Department of Health reports that the state is now at 1,698,570 recorded COVID-19 cases after 10,976 more were reported today. Volusia County is now up to 30,320 cases following an influx of 391 while deaths remain unchanged. In Flagler County, cases are up to 5,203 after reporting an increase of 58 with another death for 70 total.
  • (01-28-21) VOLUSIA CLOSE TO SURPASSING 30K. The State of Florida is now at 1,687,594 reported cases of COVID-19 after the Department of Health reported 11,423 new cases today. Volusia County is once again close to another milestone as 189 new cases puts the county's total at 29,929 with 6 more deaths for 534 total. Flagler County, meanwhile, has reported 36 new cases for 5,145.
  • (01-27-21) VOLUSIA REPORTS 31 DEATHS IN ONE DAY. A new report from the Florida Department of Health says the state is now up to 1,676,171 recorded COVID-19 cases after an influx of 8,408 cases was reported by health officials. Volusia County reported 166 cases for 29,740 total and 31 more deaths for 528. Flagler County reported 45 new cases for 5,109 and nine new deaths for 69 total.
  • (01-26-21) FLAGLER SURPASSES 5,000 CASES. The state of Florida is now up to 1,667,763 cases after the Department of Health reported an increase of 9,594. Volusia County reported 203 new cases, bringing the county up to 29,574, while Flagler reported 44 new cases for 5,064.
  • (01-24-21) VOLUSIA COUNTY APPROACHING 500 DEATHS. The State of Florida added 9,535 new cases of COVID-19 for a total of 1,649,449. In Volusia County, 194 new cases reported brings the total to 29,245.  Adding five new deaths brings that number to 497. Flagler County reports 52 new cases of the virus, bringing the number to 4,992. No new deaths leaves that number at 60.
  • (01-23-21) ANOTHER 12,000 CASES REPORTED TODAY.  The Florida Department of Health is reporting 12,311 news cases of COVID-19 bringing the statewide total to 1,639,914. Volusia County saw a steep drop from yesterday's total reporting 201 new cases for a total of 29,051. Flagler County added 35 new cases for a total of 4,940.  No new deaths were reported in either Volusia or Flagler counties.
  • (01-22-21) VOLUSIA REPORTS ANOTHER 7 DEATHS. The latest findings from the Florida Department of Health show the state has now recorded 1,627,603 COVID-19 cases after 13,759 more were reported today. Volusia County's recorded case count is now up to 28,850 after an influx of 561 was reported along with seven more deaths for 492. Flagler County reported another increase of 58 cases for 4,905 total with one more death for 61 total.
  • (01-21-21) VOLUSIA CO. REPORTS 7 DEATHS. A new report from the state's Department of Health says Florida recorded 12,873 new COVID-19 cases for 1,613,844 total reported statewide. In Volusia County, 274 more cases were reported for 28,289 along with seven more deaths for 485 total. Meanwhile, Flagler County reported 43 new cases for 4,847.
  • (01-20-21) FLORIDA BREAKS 1.6 MILL, VOLUSIA BREAKS 28K, FLAGLER ADDS 7 DEATHS.  New findings from the Florida Department of Health show the state has now recorded 1,601,011 COVID-19 cases after 11,914 more were reported by health officials. Volusia County has also surpassed another milestone after hitting 28,015 cases following an increase of 225. Flagler County, meanwhile, reported 40 new cases for 4,804 along with seven more deaths for 60 total.
  • (01-19-21) NEARLY 10K NEW CASES REPORTED STATEWIDE. The number of new cases of COVID-19 total 9,816 in Florida today. One hundred sixty-three new deaths put that number at 24,820. Volusia County added 248 new cases today for a total of 27,790. Two new deaths bring that number to 478. In Flagler County, 29 new cases bring that number to 4,764. No new deaths reported.
  • (01-18-21) FLORIDA REPORTS 8K, VOLUSIA ADDS 3 DEATHS. Florida has had one of the lowest increases in COVID-19 cases since Christmas Day after reporting 8,002 cases for 1,5791,281 total. Volusia County is now up to 27,542 after an increase of 156 cases alongside three deaths for 476 total. Flagler County reported 25 more cases for 4,735.
  • (01-17-21) STATE REPORTS 11K NEW CASES.  The Florida Department of Health reports 11,093 new cases of COVID-19 statewide, bringing the total to 1,571,279. There were 135 new deaths reported for a total of 24,515. Volusia County had 136 new cases for a total of 27,386. One new death brings that number to 473. In Flagler County, 38 new cases bring that number to 4,710. One new death puts that number at 53.
  • (01-16-21) STATE REPORTS 12K NEW CASES.  The state of Florida added 12,119 cases for a total of 1,560,186. Two hundred eleven new deaths bring that number to 24,380. Another 226 cases reported in Volusia County brings that number to 27,250.  Two new deaths put that number at 472.  Flagler County reports 41 new cases for a total of 4,672. No new deaths leave the number at 52.
  • (01-15-21) VOLUSIA BREAKS 27K. The state of Florida is now up to 1,548,067 COVID-19 cases after a report from the Department of Health states that health officials reported an increase of 16,875. Volusia County is now up to 27,024 coronavirus cases after an increase of 493 was reported, while Flagler reported an increase of 66 cases for 4,631.
  • (01-14-21) STATE REPORTS 13K CASES. A new report from the Florida Department of Health puts the state at 1,531,192 COVID-19 cases after 13,720 more cases were recorded by health officials. Volusia County is now up to 26,531 cases following another increase of 210 while deaths climbed to 470 from 467. Meanwhile, Flagler County reported 57 more cases for 4,565 with no change in deaths.
  • (01-13-21) VOLUSIA BREAKS 26K. Florida's number of recorded COVID-19 cases is now up to 1,517,472 following an increase of 13,990 cases reported by the Department of Health. Volusia County's case count is up by 351 cases, bringing it to 26,321 total with another death for 467. Flagler County is up to 4,508 after an increase of 85.
  • (01-12-21) FLORIDA BREAKS 1.5 MILLION, VOLUSIA NEARING 26K. Around a month after hitting 1 million, Florida has hit yet another COVID-19 milestone. New findings from the Florida Department of Health show the state at 1,503,482 recorded cases after an increase of 14,896 was reported. Volusia County reported an increase of 346 cases which brings the county up to 25,970, while Flagler reported 39 cases for 4,423 total.
  • (01-11-21) FLORIDA TOPS 23K RESIDENT DEATHS. A new report from the Department of Health shows the state recorded another 11,576 cases for 1,488,586 total. Volusia County, meanwhile, reported 163 new cases for 25,624 and four more deaths for 466 total. Flagler has reported 42 new cases for 4,384 and one death for 52 total.
  • (01-10-21) ANOTHER 12,000 CASES REPORTED STATEWIDE. The Florida Department of Health reports 12,313 new COVID-19 cases today taking the number to 1,477,010. Another 111 deaths bring that number to 23,261. Volusia County added 261 cases today for a total of 25,461. No new additional deaths leave that number at 462. In Flagler County, 63 new cases bring the total to 4,342. One new death reported puts that number at 51.
  • (01-09-21) VOLUSIA ADDS 310 CASES, TOPS 25,000. Statewide, 15,445 new COVID-19 cases brings the total to 1,464,697. The number of new deaths is 139 for a total of 23,150. Volusia County has a total of 25,200 cases with one new death reported for a total of 462.  Flagler County added 59 new cases for a total of 4,279. No new deaths leave that number at 50.
  • (01-08-21) VOLUSIA NEARS 25,000. New reports from the Florida Department of Health put Florida at 1,449,252 recorded cases of COVID-19 after 19,530 more cases were reported statewide. Volusia County had 337 more cases reported for 24,890 alongside an additional death for 461 total. Flagler County reported 66 new cases for 4,220 and two more deaths for 50 total. Flagler County added 59 cases for a total of 4,279.
  • (01-07-21) FLORIDA REPORTS ALMOST 20K CASES. After an increase of 19,816 COVID-19 cases was reported by the state, Florida is now up to 1,429,722 total recorded cases. Volusia County reported 348 new cases and two additional deaths for 460, while Flagler County had 136 new cases reported for 4,154 total. No new deaths leave that number at 50.
  • (01-06-21) FLORIDA BREAKS 1.4 MILLION, VOLUSIA BREAKS 24K. The State of Florida has now surpassed 1.4 million cases after 17,783 were recorded by the Department of Health, leaving Florida at 1,409,906. Volusia County has also passed another milestone, hitting 24,205 recorded COVID-19 cases following an increase of 414. Flagler, meanwhile, reported 61 new cases for 4,018 total.
  • (01-05-21) FLORIDA NEARING 1.4, FLAGLER BREAKS 4,000. The latest reports from the state's Department of Health shows Florida is now at 1,392,123 recorded cases after an increase of 15,431 was reported. Volusia County is now up to 23,791 which came after an increase of 562 with another death for 458 total. Flagler County has 4,018 cases after 59 more cases were reported with no change in deaths.
  • (01-04-21) STATE CLOSE TO 1.4 MILLION. Not even a week into the new year and a recorded increase of 11,256 new COVID-19 cases put Florida's total count up to 1,376,692. Volusia County is now up to 23,229 cases after 151 were reported with two more deaths for 457. Flagler currently sits at 3,959 confirmed cases after an increase of 28 was reported.
  • (01-03-21) VOLUSIA BREAKS 23K, FLAGLER NEARING 4,000. Florida is now up to 1,365,436 cases after the state's Department of Health reported an increase of 10,603 COVID-19 cases were reported statewide. Volusia County reported an influx of 256 cases for a new total of 23,078 with an additional death for 455. Flagler County is close to surpassing a COVID-19 milestone after a new increase of 57 cases for 3,931 in total.
  • (01-02-21) MORE THAN 31,000 CASES REPORTED IN TWO-DAY HOLIDAY TOTAL. Statewide, 31,518 new cases of COVID-19 were reported for a total of 1,354,833.  Two hundred twenty COVID-related deaths reported bring that number to 22,210.  Volusia County nears 23,000 cases after adding 531 over the New Year's holiday for a total of 22,822. Five new deaths bring that number to 454. Flagler County added 150 cases over the two-day period for a total of 3,874. No new deaths reported leaves that number at 48. 
  • (12-30-20) FLORIDA BREAKS 1.3 MILLION, VOLUSIA CLOSE TO 22K. Florida has surpassed another COVID-19 milestone after a reported increase of 13,871 landed the state at 1,306,123 recorded cases. Volusia County is close to surpassing a milestone after hitting 21,971 following an increase of 256 cases with two additional deaths for 435. Flagler County added only 27 cases for 3,637 with no changes in deaths.
  • (12-29-20) ALMOST 400 CASES REPORTED IN VOLUSIA. The State of Florida is now up to 1,292,252 recorded cases of COVID-19 following another increase of 12,075 cases statewide. Volusia County reported 350 new cases for 21,715 and three more deaths for 433. Flagler County, meanwhile, reported 45 new cases for 3,610.
  • (12-28-20) FLORIDA NEARING 1.3 MILLION. A new report from the state's Department of Health puts Florida at 1,280,177 recorded cases of COVID-19 following an increase of 8,198. Volusia County is now at 21,365 recorded cases after an increase of 90 with six more deaths for 430. Flagler County saw an increase of 23 cases for 3,565 with no changes in deaths.
  • (12-27-20) FLORIDA ADDS NEARLY 7,400 NEW CASES.  With 7,391 new cases of COVID-19 reported statewide, the new total is 1,271,979. Another 77 deaths puts that number at 21,514. In Volusia County, 66  new cases bring the total to 21,275. Four new reported deaths brings that number to 424.  Flagler County adds 14 new cases for a total of 3,542. No new deaths leaves the total at 48.
  • (12-26-20) MORE THAN 30,000 NEW CASES REPORTED SINCE CHRISTMAS EVE.  With numbers not reported over the Christmas holiday, an additional 30,189 cases recorded today brings the total to 1,264,588.  The number of new deaths over the holiday increased by 264, for a statewide total of 21,437. Volusia County saw an increase of 555 cases during the holiday for a total now of 21,209. Twelve deaths puts that number at 420. In Flagler County, 150 new cases added over the holiday brings the total to 3,528. One new death brings that number to 48.
  • (12-23-20) 6 DEATHS REPORTED IN VOLUSIA. The latest report from the Department of Health shows Florida reported another 11,384 cases for a new total of 1,234,399. Volusia County saw an influx of 262 for 20,654 with six additional deaths for 414. Flagler County reported 32 cases, bringing the county's total up to 3,378.
  • (12-22-20) STATE ADDS ANOTHER 10K+ CASES. New reports show the State of Florida at 1,223,015 following an increase of 10,434 cases. Volusia County, which recently broke the 20,000 case mark, currently sits at 20,392 reported cases with 408 deaths, while Flagler County has a total of 3,346 cases with 48 deaths.
  • (12-20-20) STATE TOPS 1.2  MILLION CASES OF COVID-19. FDOH  reported 8,401 new cases today bringing the statewide number to 1,201,566. Ninety-five deaths added today brings that number to 20,568.  Volusia County saw 167 new cases putting that number at 19,961. Two additional deaths brings the number to 404. In Flagler County, 26 new cases were added for a total of 3,273. No new deaths keeps that number at 46.
  • (12-18-20) VOLUSIA NEARS 20K, HITS 400 DEATHS. The State of Florida is now up to 1,181,483 cases after an influx of 13,000 was reported by the Department of Health. Volusia County hit another milestone and is close to reaching another after two deaths brings the county to 400 while 235 new cases puts the total at 19,569. Flagler County reported another 36 cases for 3,215.
    • EDITOR'S NOTE: Recent data shows that the state has retracted a death from Flagler County, which puts the county back at 46 total.
  • (12-17-20) OVER 13K NEW CASES REPORTED STATEWIDE. The latest findings from the Florida Department of Health show the state has reported 13,148 new cases of COVID-19, bringing the state up to 1,168,483 cases. Volusia reported 262 new cases—another record—for 19,334 total. Meanwhile, Flagler County reported 42 new cases for 3,179 and one death for 47.
  • (12-16-20) VOLUSIA REPORTS 200+ CASES, MORE DEATHS. New reports from the Florida Department of Health show the state reported another 11,541 COVID-19 cases for 1,155,335 total. Volusia County reported 211 new cases for 19,072 total alongside another two deaths for 398 total, while Flagler County reported another 31 cases for 3,137 total with no change in deaths.
  • (12-15-20) OVER 9.4K CASES REPORTED. The state of Florida is now up to 1,143,794 reported cases of COVID-19 after an influx of 9,411 was reported by the Department of Health. Volusia County reported another 151 cases for 18,861 total with two more deaths for 396. Meanwhile, Flagler County reported another 26 deaths for 3,106, while deaths remain stagnant.
  • (12-14-20) STATE REPORTS 20K RESIDENTIAL DEATHS. The latest report from the Florida Department of Health says 8,452 new cases of COVID-19 have been recorded in the state for a new total over 1.13 million. The state has also surpassed 20,000 residential deaths. In Volusia County, 125 new cases were reported alongside four deaths for 18,710 and 394, respectively. Flagler County reported 31 new cases for 3,080 with no changes in deaths.
  • (12-13-20) STATEWIDE NUMBER OF NEW CASES SHOWS DECREASE.  The state of Florida added 8,958 new COVD-19 cases today, brining the total to nearly 1,126,000.  Another 84 deaths brings that number to 20,133. Volusia County sees 166 new cases today, bringing the number to 18,585. One new death puts that number at 390. Flagler County added 25 cases for a total of 3,049. No new deaths were reported. 
  • (12-12-20) FLORIDA SEES THIRD DAY OF 10,000-PLUS NEW CASES. The Florida Department of Health reported 10,577 new cases of COVID-19 for a total of 1,116,973. Seventy-two new deaths reported statewide brings the number to 20,049. In Volusia County, 180 new cases puts that number at 18,419. Flagler County, with an additional 29 cases, breaks 3,000 with a total of 3,024. No new deaths were reported in either county.
  • (12-11-20) NO UPDATE FROM STATE. As of 5 p.m., the State has not issued any updates regarding COVID-19. We will provide an update if one is made available.
  • (12-10-20) VOLUSIA BREAKS 18,000. New reports from the Florida Department of Health put the state at 1,094,697 after an increase of 11,335. Volusia County is now up to 18,042 cases following an increase of 167 cases with two more deaths for 388. Flagler County recorded 23 new cases  for 2,968 with an additional death for 46 total.
  • (12-09-20) FLAGLER CLOSE TO 3,000 CASES. The latest reports from the Florida Department of Health show an increase of 9,592 which now puts the state up at 1,083,362 cases. In Volusia, the Department of Health announced an increase of 155 cases for a new total of 17,875. Flagler County, meanwhile reported 19 new cases for 2,945. 
  • (12-08-20) BIG INCREASE IN NEW CASES IN VOLUSIA COUNTY.  The Florida Department of  Health reports 222 new cases of COVID-19 in Volusia County today, pushing the total to 17,720. One new death reported puts that number at 386. Flagler County added 25 cases bringing the total to 2,926 with no new deaths reported. The state added almost 8,000 new cases for a total of 1,073,770.
  • (12-07-20) VOLUSIA COUNTY REPORTS NINE DEATHS DUE TO COVID-19.  The Florida Department of Health reported 7,711 new cases of COVID-19 statewide today and added 106 new deaths for a total now of 19,529. Volusia County added 110 new cases today, bringing the total to 17,498. Nine new deaths reported brings the total to 385.  Twelve new cases were added in Flagler county, bringing the number to 2,901. No new deaths leave that number at 45.
  • (12-06-20) NEW CASES ACROSS THE STATE DROP A BIT.  Today's reported 8,431 new cases of COVID-19 brings Florida's total to 1,058,074. Ninety-six new deaths put that number at 19,423. In Volusia County, 102 new cases bring the total to 17,388. Two new deaths bring that number to 376. Flagler County now has a total of 2,889 cases after adding 22 today. Two new deaths there brings the number to 45. 
  • (12-05-20) MORE THAN 200 NEW CASES REPORTED IN VOLUSIA COUNTY.  The Florida Department of Health reported 10,431 new COVID-19 cases with the statewide total now 1,049,638. Another 91 deaths reported brings the total to 19,327.  Volusia County saw the highest number of new cases in months, adding 206 yesterday for a total of  17,286. One new death reported for a total of 374. In Flagler County, 29 new cases reported brings the number to 2,867. No new deaths reported.
  • (12-04-20) ANOTHER 10,000-PLUS NEW CASES REPORTED TODAY.  The state of Florida added 10,177 new cases of COVID-19 today bringing the total to 1,039,207.  With 111 new deaths reported, the total is now 19,223. Another 159 cases reported in Volusia County brings the total to 17,080.  Two new deaths bring that number to 373. In Flagler County, 26 new cases bring the number to 2,838. No new deaths reported.
  • (12-03-20) MORE THAN 10,000 NEW COVID-19 CASES IN FLORIDA TODAY.   Ten thousand eight hundred seventy new cases of COVID-19 were reported statewide today. The number of deaths is 100 for a total of 19,112. Volusia County added 148 cases, bringing the total to 16,921, and added one new death today for a total of 371. In Flagler County, 26 new cases reported puts that number at 2,812. One new death brings that number to 43.
  • (12-02-20) FLORIDA REPORTS ALMOST 10,000 NEW CASES OF COVID-19.  The Florida  Department of Health reports 9,994 new cases of COVID-19 today bringing the total to 1,018,160.  Ninety-six new deaths bring that number to 19,012.  Volusia County had another triple-digit day, adding 140 new cases for a total of 16,773.   Flagler County added 22 cases bringing the number to 2,786. No new deaths are reported in either county.
  • (12-01-20) FLORIDA BREAKS 1 MILLION. A new report from the state Department of Health shows Florida has officially surpassed 1 million cases of COVID-19 after an increase of 8,847 put the state at 1,008,166. Volusia County saw an increase of 127 cases for 16,633 with no changes in deaths, while Flagler County reported an increase of 18 cases for a new total of 2,764.
  • (11-30-20) FLORIDA ON CUSP OF 1 MILLION CASES. The state is now just a few hundred cases shy of hitting 1 million overall COVID-19 cases. This is after an increase of 6,659 landed Florida at 999,319 cases. Meanwhile, Volusia County reported another increase of 148 cases for 16,506 with two more deaths for 370 total. Flagler recorded an increase of 17 cases for 2,746 total with no changes in deaths.
  • (11-29-20) STATE CLOSE TO 1 MILLION CASES. Florida is now just a few thousand cases away from tipping over to 1 million, after an increase of 7,363 cases put the state at 992,660. Volusia County reported another increase of 103 cases for 16,358 and another death for 368, while Flagler County reported 22 new cases for 2,729.
  • (11-28-20) VOLUSIA REPORTS FIVE DEATHS. The state is now up to 985,297 cases after the Florida Department of Health reported an increase of 6,277. Volusia County reported 58 new cases for 16,255 and five new deaths for 367. Flagler County reported 22 cases for 2,707 with no changes in deaths.
  • (11-27-20) STATE NEARING 980,000 CASES. Florida is continuing on a path towards 1 million cases after another influx of cases brings the state up to 979,020. Volusia County now has 16,197 along with 365 deaths, which has gone up by three since Wedensday (November 25th). Flagler County has 2,685 cases and still remains at 42 deaths.
  • (11-25-20) 200 NEW CASES REPORTED IN VOLUSIA COUNTY. An increase of 8,376 COVID-19 cases now puts the state at 961,676, according to a new report from the Florida Department of Health. Volusia County added a record number of cases today after 201 were reported, bringing the county's total up to 15,609 with two more deaths for 362. Flagler, meanwhile, reported 16 new cases for 2,621 with no changes in deaths.
  • (11-24-20) FLORIDA BREAKS 950K CASES. On a worrying road towards one million cases, the Florida Department of Health reported another 8,555 cases in the state, bringing the total case count up to 953,300. Volusia County reported another 163 cases for 15,408 total with three more deaths for 360, while Flagler reported 28 more cases for 2,605 with no changes in deaths.
  • (11-23-20) OVER 18,000 RESIDENT DEATHS REPORTED. New reports from the Florida Department of Health put the state's total of COVID-19 cases at 944,745 after 6,331 new cases were recorded. Volusia County reported another 152 cases for 15,245, while Flagler County reports 16 new cases for 2,577 and one death for 42 total.
  • (11-22-20) VOLUSIA COUNTY TOPS 15,000 CASES, ADDS THREE DEATHS.  Statewide, nearly 6,600 new cases of COVID-19 reported today, bringing the total to more that 938,000. In Volusia County, another 141 new cases reported again, bringing the total to 15,093. Three deaths added brings the total to 357. Flagler County reports 30 new cases, putting that number at 2,561. The death total remains at 41.
  • (11-21-20 ) VOLUSIA COUNTY TO BREAK  15,000 CASES.  After five days in a row with 100-plus cases each day, Volusia County should break the 15,000 mark tomorrow. One hundred forty-one new cases brings the number to 14,952. Three new deaths were reported putting that  number at 354.  Flagler County added 20 new cases for a total of 2,531 with no new deaths reported. Statewide, 8,094 new cases  and 89 new deaths were reported.
  • (11-20-20) FLORIDA INCHES CLOSER TO 1 MILLION. Florida is inching closer to one million after the state reported another 9,085 cases for 923,418 total. Volusia County is now up to 14,811 after 130 new cases were recorded. Flagler County, meanwhile, reported 27 new cases for a new total of 2,511. Neither Volusia or Flagler reported new deaths.
  • (11-19-20) OVER 9,000 CASES REPORTED. The latest reports from the Florida Department of Health say the state recorded another 9,085 cases of COVID-19, bringing the overall total up to 914,333.  Volusia County reported 118 new cases for 14,681 total with another death for 351. Flagler County recorded 18 new cases for 2,484 with no changes in deaths.
  • (11-18-20) ALMOST 8K REPORTED STATEWIDE, VOLUSIA ADDS ANOTHER 100+. Cases continue to climb throughout Florida as an increase of 7,925 brings the state up to 905,248 cases total. Volusia County reported another 103 cases today for a new total of 14,563 with four more deaths for 350 overall. Flagler County reported an increase of 37 cases for a new total of 2,466 with no changes in deaths.
  • (11-17-20) STATE REPORTS ALMOST 7.5K CASES, DEATHS REPORTED IN VOLUSIA & FLAGLER. The latest findings from the Florida Department of Health show the state reported another 7,459 cases to bring the total count up to 897,323. In Volusia County, 157 new COVID-19 cases were reported for a new total of 14,460 with three additional deaths for 346. Flagler, meanwhile, added 19 new cases for 2,429 with an additional death for 41 total.
  • (11-16-20) STATE ADDS ALMOST 5,000 CASES. A day after the state's biggest increase of COVID-19 cases, Florida reports 4,663 new cases, landing the total at 889,864. In Volusia County, cases increased by 65 for a new total of 14,303 while another death brings the count up to 343. In Flagler, 11 new cases brings the total up to 2,410.
  • (11-15-20) RECORD INCREASE OF MORE THAN 10K NEW CASES.  Statewide, 10,105 new cases of COVID-19 were reported today.  Volusia County added 80 new cases today for a total of 14,238. One new death brings that number to 342.  In Flagler County, 20 new cases  brings the number to 2,399. No new deaths reported again today leaves the number at 40.
  • (11-14-20) STATE'S NUMBER FALLS AFTER RECORD INCREASE.  After a record number of new COVID-19 cases on Friday, Saturday's new number of cases is 4,544, about 2,400 less than the day before.  The number in Volusia County also fell the day after a big increase with 41 new cases reported. One new death reported brings that number to 341. Twenty-three new cases reported in Flagler County brings their number to 2,379. No new deaths reported.
  • (11-13-20) STATE BREAKS 870K, VOLUSIA BREAKS 14K. The latest findings from the Florida Department of Health show the state has reported 6,933 new cases—the largest increase seen so far—which now has the state at 870,552 total. Volusia County broke another COVID-19 milestone after 131 new cases brought the county up to 14,117 with seven additional deaths for 340. Meanwhile, Flagler reported 19 new cases for 2,356 with no change in deaths.
  • (11-12-20) OVER 5,000 CASES REPORTED AGAIN. Cases in Florida continue to climb after 5,607 new cases were reported, bringing the state's count up to 863,619. Locally, Volusia County saw another increase of 49 which brings the county up to 13,986 total, while Flagler County reported another 13 cases for 2,337. Neither county reported new deaths.
  • (11-11-20) ALMOST 6,000 CASES REPORTED STATEWIDE. The state came close to add 6,000 cases today after an influx of 5,838 cases put the total count at 858,012. In Volusia County, cases are now up to 13,937 after another 109 were reported. In Flagler, the case count is now up to 2,324 following an influx of 13 cases.
  • (11-10-20) STATE BREAKS 850K. After hitting over 848,000 cases yesterday, the state of Florida is now up to 852,174 after 4,501 new cases were reported by the Department of Health. Volusia County is now up to 13,828 cases along with 333 deaths, as Flagler County now reports a new total of 2,311 while the death count remains at 40.
  • (11-08-20)  STATE POSITIVITY RATE IS 6.21 PERCENT. The Florida Department of Health reports the biggest one-day total of new COVID-19 cases since September 1 with 6,820  statewide.  The total is 843,897.  The number of new deaths is 22, bringing the total to 17,333.  In Volusia County, 96 new cases  and no new deaths reported brings the numbers, respectively, to 13,653 and 329. Flagler County  reports two dozen new cases for a total of 2,286 and the number of deaths stays at 40.
  • (11-07-20) VOLUSIA COUNTY REPORTS MORE THAN 100 NEW CASES.  Another 4,452 new COVID-19 cases reported statewide brings the total to 837, 077.  Eighty-seven new deaths brings the number to 17,311. Volusia County is reporting 118 new cases for a total of  13,557. No new deaths leave the number at 329. Eight new cases in Flagler County, put that number at 2,262. No new deaths were added leaving that number at 40.
  • (11-06-20) FLORIDA BREAKS 830,000 CASES. The state has now surpassed another COVID-19 milestone after Florida added 5,245 cases to bring the total up to 832,625 statewide. In Volusia County, the total is now up to 13,439 after an influx of 79 cases, while three extra deaths puts that total at 329. Meanwhile, Flagler County reported another six cases for 2,254 with no changes in deaths.
  • (11-05-20) FLORIDA NEARING 830,000 CASES. The Sunshine State is close to breaking another COVID-19 milestone as Florida nears 830,000 cases with 827,380 now reported statewide. In Volusia County, the count grows to 13,360 cases alongside 326 deaths while Flagler County's count hit 2,248. However, one death seems to have been redacted from Flagler's count, which brings it back to 40.
  • (11-03-20) STATE ADDS OVER 4.6K CASES. On Election Day, the State of Florida reported 4,637 new cases, bringing the statewide total up to an even 816,700. In the local area, Volusia County added 97 new cases for 13,186 with no changes in deaths, while Flagler reported 12 new cases for 2,205 and an additional death for 41.
  • (11-02-20) ALMOST 5,000 CASES REPORTED AGAIN. Florida came close to adding another 5,000 cases after 4,651 were reported today, bringing the state's total up to 812,063. Cases are now up to 13,089 in Volusia County after 81 new reports of COVID-19 were confirmed with two more deaths for 324. In Flagler, 12 new cases were reported for 2,193 total with an additional death for 40.
  • (11-01-20) CLOSE TO 4,900 NEW CASES OF COVID-19 TODAY.  4,865 new cases of COVID-19 reported by the Florida Department of Health for a new total of 807,412. The number of new deaths is 28 for a total of 16,997. In Volusia County, 81 new cases reported with no new deaths. Flagler County has 24 new COVID-19 cases with no new deaths reported.
  • (10-31-20) NEW COVID-19 CASE NUMBERS FALL SHARPLY.  Statewide, Saturday's new cases were more than 50 percent less than the day before with 2,331 reported, bringing the statewide total to 802,547. Forty-two  new deaths were reported. In Volusia County, 51 new cases were reported for a total of 12,927. Four new deaths put that number at 322. Flagler County his nine new cases for a total of 2,157. One new death brings that number to 39.
  • (10-30-20) COVID-19 CASES TOP 800,000 STATEWIDE. 5,592 new cases reported statewide today brings the total to 800,216. The number of new deaths is 73 for a total of 16,927. Volusia and Flagler counties saw a bigger increase today with 121 new cases reported in Volusia and 31 in Flagler. No new deaths were reported in either county.
  • (10-29-20)  THIRD DAY IN A ROW OF PLUS 4,000 K NEW CASES.  The FDOH reports 4,198 new COVID-19 cases putting the statewide total at 794,624. Seventy-nine deaths reported brings that number to 16,854. Volusia County adds 85 new cases for a total of 12,755. Just two new cases reported in Flagler County bringing them to 2,117.  For the second day in a row, no new deaths are reported in either county.
  • (10-28-20) STATE TOTAL CASES TOPS 790,000. Another 4,115 new cases of COVID-19 reported to brings the statewide total to 790,426. Sixty-six new deaths reported brings that ttotal to 16,775. In Volusia County, 81 new cases brings the total to 12,670.  Flagler County has 12 new cases for a total of 2,115. Neither county reports any new deaths today.
  • (10-27-20) ANOTHER 4K CASES REPORTED STATEWIDE. Florida's number of confirmed COVID-19 cases is now up to 786,311 after 4,298 more cases were reported this morning. In Volusia County, 69 new cases were reported alongside two deaths which brings the county's totals up to 12,589 and 318, respectively. In Flagler, 18 new cases were reported for 2,103 total with an additional death for 38.
  • (10-26-20) OVER 3.3K CASES REPORTED. The latest reports from the state's Department of Health has Florida at 782,013 confirmed cases of COVID-19 following an increase of 3,377. In Volusia County, cases climbed to 12,520 after an influx of 67 with no changes in deaths. Flagler, meanwhile, added nine cases for a new total of 2,085, with no changes in deaths.
  • (10-25-20) NEARLY 2,400 NEW COVID-19 CASES STATEWIDE.  The Florida Department of Health reports 2,385 new cases today for a total of 778,636. Twelve new deaths today puts that number at 16,632. New cases in Volusia County dropped, with 54 added today, bringing the total to 12,453. No new deaths reported leaving the total at 316. Six new cases reported in Flagler County for a total of 2,076 with no new deaths for a total of 37.
  • (10-24-20) VOLUSIA COUNTY REPORTS 108 NEW CASES.  The state of Florida now has more than 776,000 reported cases of COVID-19. adding 4,471 new cases on Saturday.  Seventy-six new deaths reported across the state for a total of 16,620.  Volusia County sees another day with more than 100 cases, reporting 111 for a total now 12,399.  No new deaths reported leaves that number at 316.  Eighteen new cases reported in Flagler County brings the total to 2,070. No new deaths reported leaves that number at 37.
  • (10-23-20) STATE BREAKS 770K CASES. After almost hitting the mark yesterday, Florida has exceeded 770,000 cases with 771,780 confirmed in the state after an influx of 3,689. In Volusia County, 108 new cases were reported, bringing the county's total up to 12,288 with another death for 316 total. In Flagler, 17 more cases were reported for 2,052 total.
  • (10-22-20) FLORIDA NEARING 770K CASES STATEWIDE. Today marks one of the biggest increases seen in the last few weeks after 5,558 new cases were reported by the state's Department of Health, which now has Florida at 768,091 confirmed cases. Volusia County is now up to 12,180 and 315 deaths while Flagler County's case count increased to 2,035 with 37 deaths reported in the county.
  • (10-21-20) NO UPDATE FROM THE STATE. Today, there has been no update from the state regarding new COVID-19 numbers. The dashboard—which is usually updated around 11 a.m. daily—still contains the same information reported yesterday. We will provide updates if any are made.
    • UPDATE: Florida was reported to have 762,533 confirmed cases, which is up by 2,144.
  • (10-20-20) STATE BREAKS 760K, VOLUSIA BREAKS 12K. The latest report from the Florida Department of Health says 3,662 more cases have been reported, which brings the state's total up to 760,389. Volusia County's total is now up to 12,038 with 62 new cases and 310 deaths after three more were reported. In Flagler, the total is now up to 1,993 following an influx of 22 cases, with no changes in deaths.
  • (10-19-20) DEATHS TICK UP IN VOLUSIA & FLAGLER. There are now 756,727 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the state of Florida following another influx of 1,707 reported cases. In Volusia County, 33 more cases were reported along with an additional death for 11,976 and 307, respectively. Flagler reported 15 new cases and two more deaths for 1,971 and 37.
  • (10-18-20) COVID-19 CASES STATEWIDE TOP 755,000.  The Florida Department of Health reports 2,539 new cases of COVID-19 today for a new total of 755,020.  Fifty new deaths were reported bringing that number 16,168. In Volusia County, forty new cases were added for a total of 11, 943. Two new deaths were added for a total of 306. Flagler County reports 11 new cases for a total of 1,956.  No new deaths reported leave that number at 35.
  • (10-17-20) STATE ADDS MORE THAN 4,000 NEW CASES TODAY. The FDOH reports 4,044 new cases of COVID-19 bringing the number statewide to 752.481. That's the highest number of new cases since August 21, more than eight weeks ago. Volusia County added 88 new cases today for a total of 11,903. Four more deaths brings that number to 305. Another 18 cases were reported in Flagler County, bringing their total to 1,945. No new deaths keeps that number at 35.
  • (10-16-20) VOLUSIA HITS 300 DEATHS. There is now a total of 748,437 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Florida after the state reported 3,449 additional cases. Locally, Volusia County reported another 80 cases along with an additional death for 11,819 and 300, respectively. In Flagler, another 23 cases were reported for 1,927 alongside two additional deaths for 35.
  • (10-15-20) VOLUSIA COUNTY KICKS OFF BIKETOBERFEST 2020. Florida is now looking at a total of 744,988 COVID-19 cases after another influx of 3,356 cases was reported by the Department of Health. Volusia County, which kicked off Biketoberfest 2020 today, added 90 cases for a new total of 11,739 and three more deaths for 299. Flagler County reported 12 new cases today for 1,904 with no changes in deaths.
  • (10-14-20) STATE SURPASSES 740K CASES. The state is now up to 741,632 confirmed reports of COVID-19 after an influx of 2,883 cases. In Volusia County, 67 new cases were reported that brought the county's total up to 11,649 in addition to two more deaths for 296 total. In Flagler County, another nine cases were reported, bringing the countywide total up to 1,892 with no new deaths.
  • (10-13-20) DEATHS REPORTED IN VOLUSIA AND FLAGLER. The statewide total of confirmed COVID-19 cases is now up to 738,749 after the Florida Department of Health reported 2,725 new cases. Volusia County is now up to 11,582 cases and 294 deaths after an additional 50 cases and five deaths were reported. In Flagler, the count increased by another eight cases and one death, bringing both up to 1,883 and 33, respectively.
  • (10-12-20) NEW CASE NUMBERS SHOW CORRECTION AFTER FRIDAY'S DATA DUMP.  The number of new COVID-19 cases shows a marked decrease from yesterday's report, with a total of 1,533 positive cases. The number of deaths is also much lower than yesterday with 47 new ones reported for a total of 15,412 Florida residents and 187 non-residents.  Volusia County shows an increase of 39 bringing the total to 11,532. Three new deaths reported puts that number at 289. Flagler County reports 13 new cases for a total of 1,875. No new deaths leave that number at 32.
  • (10-11-20) ANOTHER DATA DUMP CAUSES STATE TO DELAY SATURDAY RESULTS.  The Florida Department of Health received "approximately 400,000 previously-reported COVID-19 test results from Helix Laboratory – a private lab that is not affiliated with the state of Florida." The total of new COVID-19 cases since Friday is 5,570 for a total now of 734,491. One hundred eighty new deaths brings that number to 15, 552. Volusia County shows 115 new cases since Friday for a total of 11,493. Two new deaths brings that number to 286. In Flagler County, 24 new cases for a total of 1,862 with one new death reported for a total of 32.
  • (10-09-20)ALMOST 3K NEW CASES REPORTED STATEWIDE. Just before the start of the weekend, the State of Florida confirmed another 2,908 statewide, bringing the total up to 728,921 overall. In the local area, Volusia County reported 53 new cases and three more deaths for 11,378 and 284, respectively. In Flagler County, seven new cases were reported for 1,838 with no changes in deaths.
  • (10-08-20) VOLUSIA SEES TWICE AS MANY NEW CASES AS THE DAY BEFORE.  Volusia County added 90 new cases of COVID-19, twice as many as the day before, for a total of 11,325. Nine new deaths bring that number to 280. Flagler County reports 19 new cases for a total of 1,831. No new deaths leave that number at 31. Statewide, 3,306 new cases bring the statewide total to 726,013.  There were 170 new deaths bringing the total to 15,254. 
  • (10-07-20) DEATHS REPORTED IN FLAGLER & VOLUSIA. The latest report from the state's Department of Health puts Florida at 722,707 after 2,582 more COVID-19 cases were confirmed. In Volusia County, the total is now 11,235 after 45 more cases were reported along with six new deaths for 271. In Flagler, five new cases and two more deaths were reported for 1,812 and 31, respectively.
    • 21 NEW CASES REPORTED BY VCS, DISTRICT NEARING 100 CASES. 21 new cases of COVID-19—which breaks down to eight students and 13 employees—have been reported in Volusia County Schools. The district is now up to 99 cases total. Affected areas include: DeLand Administrative Complex, Holly Hill K-8, Pine Ridge High, Turie T. Small Elementary, DeLand High, Horizon Elementary, Seabreeze High, University High, Deltona High, New Smyrna Beach High, Spruce Creek High, Herbert Street, New Smyrna Beach Middle and Sunrise Elementary.
  • (10-06-20) FOUR DEATHS REPORTED IN VOLUSIA. New findings from the Florida Department of Health put the state at 720,125 following an influx of 2,251 cases statewide. In Volusia County, 40 new cases were reported for 11,190 and four new deaths for 265. In Flagler, 14 new cases were reported with no change in deaths.
  • (10-05-20) VOLUSIA & FLAGLER DEATHS INCREASE. Over the weekend, the Florida Department of Health reported 6,070 over the weekend, bringing the state up to 717,874. Meanwhile, Volusia ended last week at 11,031 cases with 259 deaths and jumped to 11,150 with 261 deaths by Monday. After ending last week at 1,770 cases and 26 deaths, Flagler now sits at 1,793 cases and 29 deaths.
  • (10-02-20) STATE BREAKS 710K, VOLUSIA BREAKS 11K. The latest report from the Florida Department of Health has the state at 711,804 cases after 2,660 were reported this morning. Volusia County confirmed another 40 cases for 11,031 and seven deaths for 259 total. Meanwhile, in Flagler, another eight cases were reported for 1,770 total.
    • VCS REPORTS SIX NEW CASES. The latest report from Volusia County Schools says three students and three employees have tested positive for COVID-19, meaning there have been 78 cases reported since September. Affected areas include: Chisholm Elementary, Silver Sands Middle, DeLand Administrative Complex, Edith I. Starke Elementary and Holly Hill School
    • FLAGLER REPORTS 13 NEW CASES. Flagler Schools' latest report says seven students and six employees have tested positive for COVID-19. Affected areas include: Buddy Taylor Middle School, Flagler-Palm Coast High School, Old Kings Elementary School, Rymfire Elementary School and Plant Services
  • (10-01-20) STATE NEARING  710,000 CASES. Now at the start of a new month, Florida reported another 2,628 cases, bringing the statewide count up to 709,144. Locally, Volusia County confirmed 46 new cases of COVID-19 and three new deaths for 10,991 and 252, respectively. Flager added another 11 cases for 1,762, but it seems the state has subtracted a death from Flagler, putting it at 26 overall.
  • (09-30-20) VOLUSIA NEARS 11,000 CASES. At the close of another month, the State of Florida added 1,948 cases for a new total of 706,516. In the local area, Volusia County reported another 47 cases bringing the total up to 10,945 and five new deaths for 249 total. In Flagler, only seven cases were reported for 1,751 total along with two deaths for 27 total.
    • SEVEN NEW CASES REPORTED IN VCS. The latest report from Volusia County Schools says seven individuals—five students and two employees—have tested positive for COVID-19. The district is now up to 72 reported cases. Affected areas include: Edith I. Starke Elementary, Spruce Creek Elementary, Mainland High, Sweetwater Elementary, Pine Ridge High and Southwestern Middle.
  • (09-29-20) STATE ADDS 3,000+ CASES. After adding only 700 the day before, the State of Florida see's an influx of 3,266, bringing the statewide total up to 704,568. In the local area, Volusia County reported an additional 64 cases for 10,898 and five deaths for 244. In Flagler, 15 more cases were reported for 1,744 along with two deaths for 25 total.
  • (09-28-20) LESS THAN 1,000 CASES REPORTED. FDOH's latest report shows Florida had the lowest number of increases seen in the past few months after 738 new cases were reported statewide, bringing the state's total up to 701,302. In Volusia County, 19 more cases were reported for 10,834 while Flagler added only three cases for 1,729.
  • (09-27-20) STATE OF FLORIDA TOPS 700,000 CASES.  The Florida Department of Health reports 1,871 new cases of COVID-19 today, bringing the total to 700,564. There are now 14,032 Florida residents deaths and 170 non-resident deaths. Volusia County now shows 10,815 reported cases with 239 deaths. Flagler County reports a total of 1,726 with a total of 23 death.s 
  • (09-25-20) LITTLE CHANGE SEEN OVERALL. The newest report from the state's Department of Health puts Florida at 695,887 after another 2,847 cases were reported statewide. In Volusia County, 49 new cases were reported for 10,738 total and another death for 239. Flagler reported another 11 cases for 1,715 total.
    • FLAGLER COUNTY REPORTS 3 CASES. For the week of September 18th to the 24th, the Flagler County school district announces three positive student cases at Matanzas High and Flagler Palm Coast High. No additional employee cases were reported.
    • SIX CASES REPORTED IN VOLUSIA SCHOOLS. The Volusia County school district is now up to 65 reported cases after six new cases were confirmed. That includes five students and one employee. Affected areas include: DeLand High, Southwestern Middle, Heritage Middle, McInnis Elementary and Pine Ridge High.
  • (09-24-20 2:40 PM EST) YET ANOTHER SIX DEATHS REPORTED IN VOLUSIA. A new report from the Florida Department of Health says the state added 2,541 cases to the total, bringing it up to 693,040 reported cases statewide. Volusia County added another 38 cases for 10,689 and six deaths for 238 total. In Flagler, 17 new cases were reported for a new total of 1,704.
  • (09-23-20 2:00 PM EST) VOLUSIA REPORTS ANOTHER SIX DEATHS. The latest findings from the state's Department of Health confirms that another 2,590 cases were reported in Florida, bringing the statewide total up to 690,499. In Volusia County, there were another six deaths reported, bringing the total count up to 232, with an influx of 37 cases for 10,651 total around the county. Flagler County added another 12 cases for 1,687 with no changes in deaths.
    • 9 NEW CASES REPORTED IN VOLUSIA COUNTY SCHOOLS. An update from Volusia County's school district reports 9 new cases of COVID-19 spread amongst four students and five employees in seven separate areas. That brings the total count up to 59 in the district. Affected areas include: Brewster Complex, T. Dewitt Taylor Middle/High, Deltona High, University High, Indian River Elementary and Pine Ridge High.
  • (09-22-20 2:30 PM EST) VOLUSIA REPORTS SIX DEATHS. A new update from the Florida Department of Health brings the state's total up to 687,909 after 2,470 new COVID-19 cases were reported. In the local area, Volusia County reported another 77 cases for 10,614 total with 6 new deaths for 226 total. In Flagler, 13 new cases were reported for a new total of 1,675.
  • (09-21-20 2:30 PM EST) LESS THAN 2K NEW CASES REPORTED.One of the lowest increases in cases seen since the start of the pandemic puts Florida at 685,439 after 1,685 cases were reported. Locally, Volusia County reported a new total of 10,537 cases after 18 additional cases were confirmed. Meanwhile, Flagler County added only nine cases for a new total of 1,662.
  • (09-20-20 7:30 PM EST) POSITIVITY FOR COVID-19 UNDER SIX PERCENT OVER LAST TWO WEEKS.  Today, 2, 560 new cases of COVID-19 are being reported statewide by the Florida Department of Health for a total of 683,754. Ten new deaths were reported bringing the number to  13,459. The number of positive cases in Volusia County is now 10,519. Two new deaths reported today brings the number to 220.  In Flagler County, there are 1,653 reported cases and 23 reported deaths.
  • (09-17-20 2:10 PM EST) STATE SURPASSES 13K RESIDENT DEATHS. The newest findings from the Florida Department of Health confirm another 5,610 cases for 674,456 total statewide. Meanwhile, Volusia confirmed another 57 cases for 10,364 total with two more deaths for 214 in the county. Flagler County confirmed an additional 17 cases for 1,597 with another death for 22.
  • (09-16-20 2:30 PM EST) VOLUSIA REPORTS 3 DEATHS, FLAGLER REPORTS 2. As of Wednesday morning, the state of Florida has confirmed another 2,355 cases for a new total of 668,846. Locally, Volusia County has reported anoth

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