TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL) — The Florida Department of Health released its COVID-19 weekly situation report Friday.
The report covers Friday, July 8 through Thursday, July 14.
Statewide, there is a 21.2% positivity rate and 78,245 new cases during the last seven days.
The last seven days marks the highest number of new cases during the past 10 weeks.
During the last seven days, 72,475 does of the vaccine were administered. That includes either a first dose, a competed series or an additional or booster dose.
Just like the entire state, the Big Bend region is amid an increase of COVID-19 infections.
The report notes that Leon County had a 24.2% positivity rate and 1,651 new cases.
(7/8-7/14) Leon County has a known total of 96,702 confirmed COVID-19 cases. Our case positivity rate has increased to 24.2% with 1,651 new cases. 60 percent of eligible people ages 6 mos + have received at least one dose of vaccine. The Bi-Weekly Report: https://t.co/dffCRAhayB pic.twitter.com/j6RMHO2C6G— DOHLeon@healthyleonFL (@healthyleonfl) July 15, 2022
Madison County has a 19.9% positivity rate and 99 new cases, Jefferson County is at 30.4% positivity rate and 74 new cases, Lafayette County is at 17.1% positivity rate and 18 new cases, Suwannee County is at 14.8% positivity rate and 165 new cases.
Taylor County is at 25.6% positivity rate with 66 new cases, Wakulla County is at 23% positivity rate with 110 new cases, Hamilton County had a 19.5% positivity rate with 38 new cases, Gadsden County is at 25.8% positivity rate with 240 new cases and Franklin County with a 20.5% positivity rate with 35 new cases.