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FDOH reports 91 coronavirus cases in Leon County

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Posted at 6:20 PM, Apr 10, 2020
and last updated 2020-04-10 18:34:47-04

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL) — The Florida Department of Health is reporting 91 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Leon County.

On Friday, 10 more cases were reported by FDOH. The newest patients range in age from 14 to 70.

None of the new cases, except for two, are travel-related. All but two are believed to have had direct contact with an already confirmed case.

The newest cases are detailed below:

28 year old Male - Unknown if travel-related, contact with confirmed case
46 year old Male - Not travel-related; Unknown contact with confirmed case
26 year old Female - Unknown if travel-related, Unknown contact with confirmed case
64 year old Female - Not travel-related, contact with confirmed case
14 year old Female - Not travel-related, contact with confirmed case
43 year old Female - Not travel-related, contact with confirmed case
70 year old Female - Not travel-related, contact with confirmed case
39 year old Male - Not travel-related, contact with confirmed case
55 year old Male - Not travel-related, contact with confirmed case
48 year old Female - Not travel-related, contact with confirmed case

In total, 88 of the 91 confirmed cases involved Leon County residents. Of those, 15 are related to a long-term facility in the county.

Earlier Friday, ABC 27 reported that there were nine confirmed cases of the virus at Tallahassee Developmental Center.

FDOH reports that 1,592 people have been tested for the virus in Leon County so far. Of those, 1,499 tests came back negative.

To read the full report, click here.