COVID-19 in Collier County: State reports 95 new cases, five additional deaths

Kaitlin Greenockle
Naples Daily News

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The Florida Department of Health on Saturday reported 95 new cases of COVID-19 in Collier County and five additional deaths.    

Collier's total number of deaths attributed to COVID-19 stands at 505. The new COVID-19 cases increased the county's cumulative number of cases to 32,836.  

According to the state Department of Health, 1,611 people in Collier County have been hospitalized for COVID-19 since the state began collecting data, but that number does not reflect people currently in the hospital.   

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Yesterday's numbers:Collier County COVID update: State reports 104 new cases, two additional deaths

The health department is not reporting how many people have recovered from COVID-19.

Demographic breakdown of COVID cases

The following is a demographics breakdown:  

Age  

  • Age Range: 0 to 105
  • Median Age: 45

Gender  

  • Male: 15,341
  • Female: 16,108
  • Unknown/No data: 160

Race  

  • Black: 1,653
  • White: 19,837
  • Other: 3,667
  • Unknown/No Data: 6,377

Ethnicity  

  • Hispanic: 10,709
  • Non-Hispanic: 14,576
  • Unknown/No Data: 6,324

Residency  

  • Residents: 31,609
  • Non-residents: 1,227

City of residence (if known)  

  • Naples: 26,709
  • Immokalee: 3,487
  • Missing: 18
  • Marco Island: 832
  • Ave Maria: 352
  • Ochopee: 69
  • Goodland: 18
  • Everglades City: 21
  • Chokoloskee: 28
  • APO: 1
  • Bonita Springs: 29
  • Estero: 1