COVID-19 in Collier County: One dies, cases top 100
One person has died from COVID-19 in Collier County.
Collier County confirmed its first three cases of the novel coronavirus on Wednesday, March 11.
As of Sunday, March 29, there are 111 confirmed cases in the county and the number of hospitalizations is at 13, according to the state Department of Health's website.
Here's a breakdown of the latest numbers in Collier County:
- Total number of cases: 95
- Residents: 83
- Non-residents: 12
The agency is reporting the city of the confirmed cases, if known.
- Naples: 79
- Ave Maria: 1
- Marco Island: 2
- City missing (Collier): 1
- Male: 53
- Female: 42
Age range: 17-94
Day of most reported cases: March 25 (17)
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Essential workers during the COVID-19 pandemic often have multiple worries beyond the job. They include keeping themselves healthy and their families safe while securing enough food and daily necessities, concerns that add to an already taxed mindset.
One Southwest Florida employer decided that, in an effort to lessen that burden, he would make sure his workers had what they needed.
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