COVID-19 hospitalizations in Florida: A county-by-county breakdown

About 16.5 percent of the more than 6,000 intensive care unit beds at Florida hospitals are available as of July 24, and there are 9,225 people hospitalized with COVID-19 in the state, according to data from the Florida Agency for Healthcare Administration. 

Below are the 51 Florida counties with at least one person hospitalized with the primary diagnosis of COVID-19 as of 9:46 a.m. CDT July 24. The counties are listed in alphabetical order.

Alachua: 127

Baker: 33

Bay: 85

Brevard: 142

Broward: 1,270

Calhoun: 2

Charlotte: 62

Citrus: 27

Clay: 85

Collier: 166

Columbia: 33 

DeSoto: 3

Duval: 493

Escambia: 192

Flagler: 22

Gadsden: 34

Gulf: 2

Hendry: 12

Hernando: 88

Highlands: 57

Hillsborough: 582

Holmes: 1

Indian River: 23 

Jackson: 27

Lake: 98

Lee: 233

Leon: 78

Manatee: 123

Marion: 97

Martin: 37

Miami-Dade: 1,984

Monroe: 15

Nassau: 4

Okaloosa: 49

Okeechobee: 11

Orange: 592

Osceola: 211

Palm Beach: 563

Pasco: 126

Pinellas: 424

Polk: 284

Putnam: 17

Santa Rosa: 28

Sarasota: 146

Seminole: 152

St. Johns: 38

St. Lucie: 169

Sumter: 28

Volusia: 140

Walton: 7

Washington: 3


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