Florida COVID-19 Hospitalizations Continue To FallThe number of patients in Florida hospitals who have tested positive for COVID-19 continues to drop.
Florida COVID-19 Hospitalizations Drop In Past WeekNumbers released Friday by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services showed a significant decrease in the past week in Florida hospital inpatients with COVID-19.
Florida COVID-19 Hospitalizations Below 11,000The data showed that 10,794 inpatients had COVID-19, down from 11,468 on Friday. Also, it showed that 1,566 COVID-19 patients were in intensive-care units, down from 1,601 on Friday.
Florida COVID-19 Hospitalizations DecreaseThe numbers showed that 11,575 Florida inpatients had COVID-19, down from 11,839 in a Wednesday count.
Florida Hospitals Top 11,500 COVID-19 PatientsThe number of people with COVID-19 in Florida's hospitals jumped to more than 11,500 during the past week.
Florida COVID-19 Hospitalizations Continue To RiseThe number of patients in Florida hospitals with COVID-19, and patients needing intensive care, continue to increase.
Florida COVID Hospitalizations Almost 10,000As the omicron variant of the coronavirus drives up infections across the state, the data showed that 9,888 inpatients had COVID-19, up from 5,700 a week earlier and up from 8,914 on Friday.
Florida COVID-19 Hospitalizations Near 9,000According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, data posted Friday showed that 8,914 Florida inpatients had COVID-19.
Florida COVID-19 Hospitalizations Top 3,800With coronavirus cases surging, the number of people in Florida hospitals inpatients with COVID-19 has topped 3,800.
Florida COVID-19 Hospitalizations Relatively FlatThe number of patients in Florida hospitals with COVID-19 remained relatively flat during the past week.
More Than 1,300 Hospitalized In Florida For COVID-19Florida hospitals had 1,319 patients with COVID-19, including 239 in intensive-care units, according to data released Thursday.