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Note: The Florida Department of Health has announced it will only provide one update per day in order to include more comprehensive information.

The Florida Department of Health reported no COVID-19 deaths for Collier County, according to Saturday's report. Collier's death toll remains at 27. 

The department confirmed Collier County's first three cases of the novel coronavirus on Wednesday, March 11. Since then, the total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Collier has increased to 734, an increase of 22 cases from Friday.  

In Collier County, 125 people have been hospitalized for COVID-19, but that number does not reflect the people currently in the hospital as some have been released.

The state is not currently reporting how many people have recovered from COVID-19. 

Here's a breakdown of the latest numbers in Collier County:

County

  • Total number of cases: 734
  • Residents: 664
  • Non-residents: 70

Demographics

  • Men: 318
  • Women: 346
  • Age range: 0-101

City of residence (if known) 

  • Naples: 560
  • Immokalee: 82
  • Marco Island: 17
  • Ave Maria: 4
  • Ochopee: 1

Tests reported in Collier County (through May 9)

  • Total people tested: 6,842
  • Positive tests: 734
  • Negative tests: 6,106
  • Awaiting testing: 5
  • Inconclusive: 2

View yesterday's report.

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