An additional 819 coronavirus cases were announced Monday morning, including one in Volusia County, according to the Florida Department of Health.


The state’s total is now 36,897. Of those, 35,969 are Florida residents and 928 are non-residents, according to the FDOH.


There were an additional 20 deaths announced Monday, bringing the state’s death toll to 1,399.


[CASE-BY-CASE LIST FOR VOLUSIA AND FLAGLER COUNTIES: Monday, May 4]


Volusia County now has 514 coronavirus cases. The youngest case is a 1-year-old boy with no recent history of travel or contact with a known COVID-19 case.


The new case in Volusia is a 65-year-old woman and it’s unknown how she contracted the virus.


In Volusia, 303 of the positive cases are male, 199 are female and one is unknown. White residents make up 60% of the cases in the county, while black residents make up 21% while 19% of the cases are other races or unknown.


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Volusia County’s 26 coronavirus-related deaths as of Sunday included:


1. A 78-year-old woman who traveled to Ecuador


2. A 79-year-old man with a recent history of travel to Aruba and Curacao


3. A 83-year-old man with no recent travel history


4. A 73-year-old woman with contact with a confirmed case.


5. A 78-year-old woman who had no recent travel history or known contact with someone who tested positive


6. An 83-year-old man who had no recent travel history or known contact with someone who tested positive


7. A 71-year-old man who had no recent travel history who had contact with someone who tested positive


8. A 94-year-old woman who had no recent travel history or known contact with someone who tested positive


9. A 65-year-old man who had no recent travel history or known contact with someone who tested positive


10. A 94-year-old woman who came in contact with someone who tested positive


11. An 88-year-old man who had contact with a confirmed case


12. A 75-year-old man who had no recent travel history or known contact with someone who tested positive


13. A 90-year-old woman who had no recent travel history or known contact with someone who tested positive


14. A 90-year-old woman whose case was not travel-related and who had no contact with a confirmed case of coronavirus


15. A 68-year-old man who had contact with a known coronavirus case


16. A 97-year-old woman who had contact with a known case


17. A 33-year-old man who recently traveled to California, Nevada and Texas


18. A 47-year-old woman who had contact with a known coronavirus case


19. A 90-year-old woman whose case was not travel-related, and did not have contact with a confirmed case


20. A 80-year-old man whose case was not travel-related but he had contact with a confirmed case


21. A 70-year-old man who had contact with a known coronavirus case


22. A 93-year-old man who had contact with a confirmed case


23. A 92-year-old woman who had contact with a confirmed case


24. A 78-year-old man who had contact with a confirmed case


25. A 91-year-old woman not travel related and unknown if she had contact with a confirmed case


26. A 82-year-old woman who had contact with a known coronavirus case


Flagler County still has 140 coronavirus cases. The youngest case is a 7-year-old boy and it’s unknown how he contracted the virus, according to the state.


The county has three coronavirus-related deaths, according to the state. The first was 72-year-old Dorothy Strickland of Flagler Beach. The second was a 77-year-old man who had recently traveled to New Jersey. The third was a 68-year-old woman; it is unknown how she contracted the virus.


Countywide, there are 57 male residents with coronavirus and 79 female residents, according to FDOH. White residents make up 71% of the positive cases in the county, 10% are black and 14% are other races or unknown.


Statewide, 445,995 coronavirus tests have been administered, according to the FDOH. This does not include tests performed at private labs.


Across the state, 6,119 people have been hospitalized with coronavirus, according to the FDOH, including 13 in Flagler County and 85 in Volusia County.


As of Monday morning, 38% of the 58,534 hospital beds across the state were empty, according to data by the Agency for Healthcare Administration. In addition, 36% of the 6,112 ICU beds were empty.


In Volusia County, 609 (40%) of the 1,512 hospital beds were available and 99 (43%) of the 228 ICU beds were available, according to AHCA data.


At AdventHealth Palm Coast, Flagler County’s only hospital, 14 (12%) of the 111 hospital beds and five (27%) of the 18 ICU beds were available, according to AHCA’s data.


Volusia County cases by ZIP code as of Monday


ZIP code 32102, which includes all of parts of Astor, has 0.


ZIP code 32114, which includes all or parts of Daytona Beach, South Daytona and Holly Hill, has 33 cases.


ZIP code 32117, which includes all or parts of Daytona Beach, Holly Hill and Ormond Beach, has 15.


ZIP code 32118, which includes all or parts of Daytona Beach, South Daytona, Ormond Beach, Port Orange, Daytona Beach Shores and Holly Hill, has 6.


ZIP code 32119, which includes all or parts of Daytona Beach, South Daytona and Port Orange, has 8.


ZIP code 32124, which is part of Daytona Beach, has 136. Tomoka Correctional Institution near Daytona Beach is in this zip code and has 128 inmates testing positive for the virus, the state Department of Corrections said Friday.


ZIP code 32127, which includes all or parts of Ponce Inlet, South Daytona, Port Orange, Daytona Beach Shores and New Smyrna Beach, has 10.


ZIP code 32128, which includes all or parts of Daytona Beach, Port Orange, New Smyrna Beach, Glencoe and Samsula-Spruce Creek, has 18.


ZIP code 32129, which includes all or parts of Daytona Beach, South Daytona and Port Orange, has 13.


ZIP code 32130, which includes all or parts of Bunnell and DeLeon Springs, has no cases.


ZIP code 32132, which includes all or parts of Edgewater, New Smyrna Beach and Glencoe, has less than 5.


ZIP code 32136, which includes all or part of Flagler Beach, has 0.


ZIP code 32141, which includes all or parts of Edgewater and Oak Hill, has 9.


ZIP code 32168, which includes all or parts of Edgewater, Ponce Inlet, Port Orange, New Smyrna Beach, Glencoe and Samsula-Spruce Creek, has 15.


ZIP code 32169, which includes all or parts of Edgewater, Oak Hill, Ponce Inlet and New Smyrna Beach, has less than 5.


ZIP code 32174, which includes all or parts of Bunnell, Daytona Beach, Ormond Beach, Holly Hill and Ormond-by-the-Sea, has 75 cases.


ZIP code 32176, which includes all or parts of Flagler Beach, Daytona Beach, Ormond Beach and Ormond-by-the-Sea, has 12.


ZIP code 32180, which includes all or parts of Pierson, Astor and Seville, has 0.


ZIP code 32190, which includes Seville, has 0.


ZIP code 32713, which includes all or parts of DeBary, Deltona and Orange City, has 21 cases.


ZIP code 32720, which includes all or parts of DeLand, Orange City, DeLand Southwest, DeLeon Springs, Lake Kathryn, Lake Mac-Forest Hills, North DeLand and West DeLand, has 17 cases.


ZIP code 32724, which includes all or parts of Lake Helen, DeLand, DeLand Southwest, DeLeon Springs and North DeLand, has 17.


ZIP code 32725, which includes all or parts of DeBary, DeLand, Deltona and Orange City, has 47.


ZIP code 32738, which includes all or parts of Lake Helen and Deltona, has 26.


ZIP code 32744, which includes all or parts of Lake Helen, DeLand and Deltona, has less than 5.


ZIP code 32754, which includes all or parts of Mims, has 0.


ZIP code 32759, which includes all or parts of Edgewater and Oak Hill, has less than five.


ZIP code 32763, which includes all or part of DeBary, DeLand, Deltona, Orange City, has 13.


ZIP code 32764, which includes all or parts of Osteen, Deltona, has no cases.


Flagler County cases by ZIP code as of Monday


ZIP code 32080, which includes all or parts of Marineland and Saint Augustine has 0.


ZIP code 32110, which includes all or parts of Palm Coast and Bunnell, has 17.


ZIP code 32136, which includes all or parts of Palm Coast, Flagler Beach and Beverly Beach has 10.


ZIP code 32137, which includes all or parts of Flagler Beach, Bunnell, Marineland and Palm Coast, has 54.


ZIP code 32164, which includes all or parts of Palm Coast and Bunnell, has 55.


ZIP code 32174, which includes all or parts of Bunnell and Ormond Beach, has 0.


*ZIP codes and numbers are listed as they are shown on the FDOH dashboard


Other important numbers as of Monday


Number of positive tests in Florida: 36,897


Number of Florida residents who have tested positive: 35,969


Non-Florida residents who have tested positive in Florida: 928


Number of deaths in Florida: 1,399


Total number of people tested in Florida: 445,995


Number of positive cases in the United States: 1,161,346


Number of deaths in the United States: 67,781


Number of positive cases globally: 3,531,618


Number of deaths globally: 248,097


*Source: Florida Department of Health


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