Florida’s coronavirus cases increased the lowest amount in nearly a month with just over 7,000 cases being added for the eighth straight day under 10,000.


The Florida Department of Health reported the confirmed COVID-19 cases increased 7,104 to 487,132 according to Sunday’s report. The increase was the lowest since the 6,336 increase on July 6. The record case increase was 15,300 on July 12. The state’s seven-day average increase is 9,040, down from 9,360.


The confirmed new COVID-19 deaths went up 62 to 7,084. The record of 257 was set in Friday’s report. There have been 122 additional nonresident deaths. Florida’s seven-day average of deaths is 176, down from 178.



St. Johns County cases are up 59 to 3,323 with 29 deaths. St. Johns has had 38,263 tests, 469 new tests reported, with 8.7% positive. The county record for cases is 115 in the July 9 report. The county’s seven-day average increase remained steady at 56.


St. Johns County’s percent positivity for new cases was 12.58% on Saturday, up from 7.82%.


Flagler Hospital has 29 patients who are diagnosed with COVID-19, down from 32, in its 335-bed facility. Flagler Hospital has 25 adult ICU beds available out of 44.


The county has had 177 total COVID-19 hospitalizations.


Statewide hospitalizations totaled 27,150, an increase of 178. The hospitalizations increased 439 in Saturday’s report. The seven-day average increase in new hospitalizations is 441, down from 463.


The number of currently hospitalized for COVID-19 is 7,977, up from 7,935. There are 1,213 available ICU beds, or 19.52%, in the state.



Florida has tested 3,726,562, an increase of 41,687, with 13.07% positive, up from 13.03% a day earlier. The state has shut down state-supported testing sites because of Hurricane Isaias.


Florida’s percent positivity for new cases was 9.28%. The revised rate was 11.04% on Friday.


The coronavirus is most prominent in 32259 with 629 cases (up 15) and 32082 with 458 (up 5).


Northeast Florida cases totaled 30,754, an increase of 548, with 268 deaths.


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Cases in Northeast Florida


St. Johns: 3,323 (+59)


Duval: 21,665 (+343)


Clay: 2,908 (+55)


Nassau: 1,104 (+25)


Putnam: 1,368 (+51)


Baker: 386 (+15)


St. Johns


• Total Cases: 3,323 (8.7% positive of tested)


• Positivity of new cases: 12.58% (was 7.82%)


• Deaths: 29


• Age Range: 0-101


• Hospitalizations: 177


• Tests: 38,263 (15.04% of county population)


• County population (2019): 254,412


By ZIP Code in St. Johns County


32033: 38


32080: 246


32081: 227


32082: 458


32084: 444


32086: 456


32092: 450


32095: 176


32145: 65


32259: 629


Duval


• Total Cases: 21,665 (10.9% positive of tested)


• Positivity of new cases: 12.52% (was 12.94%)


• Deaths: 158


• Age Range: 0-103


• Hospitalizations: 640


• Tests: 198,424 (20.44% of county population)


• County population (2019): 970,672


Clay


• Total Cases: 2,908 (9% positive of tested)


• Positivity of new cases: 20.37% (was 12.71%)


• Deaths: 48


• Age Range: 0-100


• Hospitalizations: 194


• Tests: 32,449 (15.08% of county population)


• County population (2019): 215,246


Nassau


• Total Cases: 1,104 (7.8% positive of tested)


• Positivity of new cases: 15.43% (was 16.67%)


• Deaths: 10


• Age Range: 0-95


• Hospitalizations: 65


• Tests: 14,138 (16.62% of county population)


• County population (2019): 85,070


Putnam


• Total Cases: 1,368 (11.4% positive of tested)


• Positivity of new cases: 17.29% (was 18.82%)


• Deaths: 19


• Age Range: 0-100


• Hospitalizations: 149


• Tests: 11,994 (16.37% of county population)


• County population (2019): 73,268


Baker


• Total Cases: 386 (8.9% positive of tested)


• Positivity of new cases: 22.39% (was 18.52%)


• Deaths: 4


• Age Range: 1-97


• Hospitalizations: 26


• Tests: 4,316 (15.27% of county population)


• County population (2019): 28,249


Statewide


Cases: 487,132 (13.07% positive of tested)


Positivity of new cases: 9.28% (was 11.04%)


Florida residents: 481,668


Hospitalizations: 27,150


Florida resident deaths: 7,084


Total tests: 3,726,562 (17.57% of state population)


State population (2019): 21,208,589


Nationwide


Cases: 4,620,502


Deaths: 154,449


Worldwide


Cases: 17,859,763


Deaths: 685,179


St. Johns County new cases by day


Aug. 2: 59


Aug. 1: 48


July 31: 48


July 30: 32


July 29: 79


July 28: 64


July 27: 64


July 26: 58


July 25: 75


July 24: 88


July 23: 38


July 22: 58


July 21: 71


July 20: 110


July 19: 105


July 18: 56


July 17: 92


July 16: 99


July 15: 60


July 14: 114


July 13: 62


July 12: 55


July 11: 58


July 10: 98


July 9: 115


July 8: 84


July 7: 50


July 6: 58


July 5: 66


July 4: 71


July 3: 100


July 2: 99


July 1: 41


June 30: 53


June 29: 58


June 28: 81


June 27: 74


June 26: 83


June 25: 63


June 24: 26


June 23: 14


June 22: 35


June 21: 28


June 20: 35


June 19: 33


June 18: 18


June 17: 14


June 16: 18


June 15: 8


June 14: 9


June 13: 6


June 12: 4


June 11: 0


June 10: 1


June 9: 5


June 8: 3


June 7: 7


June 6: 2


June 5: 3


June 4: 0


June 3: 7


June 2: 2


June 1: 0


Florida new cases by day


Aug. 2: 7,104


Aug. 1: 9,642


July 31: 9,007


July 30: 9,956


July 29: 9,446


July 28: 9,230


July 27: 8,892


July 26: 9,344


July 25: 12,199


July 24: 12,444


July 23: 10,249


July 22: 9,785


July 21: 9,440


July 20: 10,347


July 19: 12,479


July 18: 10,327


July 17: 11,466


July 16: 13,965


July 15: 10,181


July 14: 9,194


July 13: 12,624


July 12: 15,300


July 11: 10,360


July 10: 11,433


July 9: 8,935


July 8: 9,989


July 7: 7,347


July 6: 6,336


July 5: 10,059


July 4: 11,458


July 3: 9,488


July 2: 10,109


July 1: 6,563


June 30: 6,093


June 29: 5,266


June 28: 8,530


June 27: 9,585


June 26: 8,942


June 25: 5,004


June 24: 5,511


June 23: 3,286


June 22: 2,926


June 21: 3,494


June 20: 4,049


June 19: 3,822


June 18: 3,207


June 17: 2,610


June 16: 2,783


June 15: 1,758


June 14: 2,016


June 13: 2,581


June 12: 1,902


June 11: 1,698


June 10: 1,371


June 9: 1,096


June 8: 966


June 7: 1,180


June 6: 1,270


June 5: 1,305


June 4: 1,419


June 3: 1,287


June 2: 617


June 1: 667


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COVID-19 testing sites


COVID-19 Test Collection Site at TIAA Bank Field Lot J (Jacksonville Jaguars stadium)


Open to St. Johns County residents, all ages are accepted, although individuals must still meet certain guidelines. These include:



Respiratory symptoms.


Have an underlying health condition


Have come into contact with a confirmed COVID-19 patient


First responders and healthcare workers

This site will operate from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. seven days a week, for as long as supplies last and weather permitting. While a doctor’s order and appointment are not required at this location, clients will be evaluated by a medical professional on site.


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Coronavirus Test Collection Sites


Flagler Health+


Flagler Health+ - 400 Healthpark Blvd., St. Augustine, FL 32086. Outdoors at tent.


Flagler Health+ has established an outdoor test collection site for patients who have a physician order for COVID-19 testing and have pre-registered through the system. The drive through process takes about three minutes. Test results are taking at least 4-5 days on average. Tests results are communicated back to the patient’s primary care doctor who notifies the patient of the results. Positive results are also reported to the Department of Health.


Flagler Health+ is also offering a reduced rate of $25 for people to see a doctor online who may not have a primary care doctor. The online doctor will determine if they need to be tested or not based on their symptoms and an algorithm. The online doctor can also prescribe medications for certain other diagnoses. For information, go to www.flaglerhospital.org.


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Florida Department of Health in St. Johns County


Florida Department of Health in St. Johns County (DOH-SJC) – St. Johns County Health & Human Services Building, 200 San Sebastian View, St. Augustine, FL 32084, 904-209-3250


As part of disease control investigations, DOH-SJC is collecting specimens for COVID-19 laboratory testing. As part of disease investigations, specimen collection is by appointment-only for those individuals who meet the CDC criteria for testing. For more information about COVID-19 and testing, the Florida Department of Health in St. Johns County’s COVID-19 Call Center is open seven days a week from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and can be reached at 904-209-3250. Calls received outside of standard business hours will be redirected to a DOH-SJC Public Health Nurse.


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Avencia Medical


Avencia Medical - Julington Creek Branch, 1633 Race Track Road, St. Johns, FL 32259, 904-230-6988


Open to the public from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday, and from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday and Sunday, as a COVID-19 collection site. Collection is being treated as an urgent care doctor’s visit and clients must bring a photo ID and insurance card. The collection facility has a tent prepared outside and have requested that visitors wait in their cars for paperwork to be brought to them by a staff member. For information, call 904-230-6988 or go to www.avecina.com/our-services/urgent-care.


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The Med One Urgent Care


The Med One Urgent Care – St. Augustine, 841 S Ponce De Leon Blvd Suite 4, St. Augustine, FL 32084


Open to the public from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday, and from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday as a COVID-19 collection site. Collection may be billed as a doctor’s visit and/or lab test. The collection facility has signage and has requested that visitors follow the signs as instructed for parking. For information, call 904-436-1553 or go to https://medoneatsaintaugustine.com/


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CareSpot


CareSpot – St. Augustine - 2095 U.S. 1 S., St. Augustine, FL 32086, 904-429-0001


CareSpot – Nocatee - 151 Pine Lake Drive, Ste B, Ponte Vedra, FL 32081, 904-543-3677


CareSpot – Durbin Park, 70 Durbin Pavilion Drive, Ste 101, St. Johns, FL 32259, 904-295-0038


Open to the public seven days a week 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. as COVID-19 collection site.


May be a walk-in, but preferred to call ahead for an appointment time. Must be symptomatic, healthcare worker, healthcare provider or first responder. Must bring ID and insurance card.