Deadly COVID-19 virus continues to hammer The Villages and nearby communities – Villages-News

Sixty-seven new cases of COVID-19 were reported around The Villages on Monday as Florida continued to see massive increases in brand-new clients fighting the potentially lethal virus.

6 of the patients were recognized in the Sumter County part of The Villages, where 261 cases have been reported. Fifteen cases likewise have been recognized in the Lake County part of the mega-retirement community, with 2 in the Marion County section.

Sixty-one new Coronavirus cases also have been reported just outside the confines of Floridas Friendliest Hometown. Those consist of:

In general, the tri-county area is reporting 4,966 COVID-19 cases– an increase of 305 from Sunday to Monday– amongst 2,419 males, 2,456 females, 38 non-residents and 53 individuals listed as unidentified. There have been 60 deaths and 401 people have been hospitalized.

Marion County saw an increase of 153 cases for an overall of 1,642. All informed, Florida is reporting 282,435 COVID-19 cases– an increase of 12,624 in a 24-hour period.

Ocala continues to overwhelmingly lead Marion County with 1,157 cases– a boost of 120 in 24 hours. Others have been reported in Dunnellon (74 ), Citra (27 ), Silver Springs (22 ), Ocklawaha (19 ), Reddick (16 ), Weirsdale (11 ), Anthony (10 ), Candler (3 ), Fort McCoy (3 ), East Lake (3) and McIntosh (1 ).

Marion County saw an increase of 153 cases for an overall of 1,642. Those are consisted of 791 males, 837 ladies, six non-residents and eight individuals who are noted as unknown. There have actually been 15 deaths and 166 people have actually been seen in area health centers.

Clermont continues to lead Lake County with 678 cases– an increase of 31 over night. Others have actually been reported in Tavares (407, 170 of which are at the Lake County Jail amongst 138 prisoners, 30 employee and 2 contracted nurses), Eustis (242 ), Groveland (175 ), Mount Dora (175 ), Mascotte (77 ), Minneola (76 ), Sorrento (66 ), Montverde (44 ), Umatilla (44 ), Grand Island (24 ), Howey-in-the-Hills (19 ), Astor (16 ), Yalaha (13 ), Astatula (12 ), Okahumpka (11 ), Paisley (8 ), Altoona (7 ), Mount Plymouth (2) and Ferndale (2 ).

Lake County continues to pace the tri-county location with 2,645 cases– a boost of 128 in a 24-hour period– amongst 1,245 guys, 1,338 females, 27 non-residents and 35 people noted as unidentified. There have actually been 27 deaths and 153 people have actually required some type of healthcare facility care.

Sumter County is now reporting 679 cases– a boost of 24 in 24 hours. Those are divided among 383 guys, 281 females, 5 non-residents and 10 people listed as unknown. There have actually been 18 deaths and 82 people have actually been hospitalized.

Bushnell is now reporting 161 COVID-19 cases, with 122 of those being at the Sumter Correctional Institution among 103 inmates and 19 team member. Others have been identified in Lake Panasoffkee (29 ), Webster (25 ), Center Hill (21 ), Coleman (20 ), Lady Lake part of the county (11 ), Sumterville (10 ), and the Leesburg portion of Sumter County. In addition, the federal jail in Coleman is reporting 114 cases among 88 prisoners and 26 staff members.

Sumter County is now reporting 679 cases– an increase of 24 in 24 hours. Bushnell is now reporting 161 COVID-19 cases, with 122 of those being at the Sumter Correctional Institution among 103 inmates and 19 personnel members. In addition, the federal jail in Coleman is reporting 114 cases among 88 prisoners and 26 staff members.

Leesburg up 13 for a total of 349;
Belleview up 18 for an overall of 92;
Woman Lake up eight for an overall of 77;
Summerfield up 8 for an overall of 112;
Oxford up five for an overall of 41;
Fruitland Park up 4 for an overall of 45;
Wildwood up 4 for an overall of 78; and
One new case in the Fruitland Park section of the county.

All told, Florida is reporting 282,435 COVID-19 cases– a boost of 12,624 in a 24-hour duration. Those numbers show 35 more deaths because Sunday and an additional 227 people needing healthcare facility care.