Resident of assisted living facility in The Villages dies of COVID-19 – Villages-News

Citizens of an assisted living facility in The Towns and a Wildwood assisted living home and 6 tri-county homeowners are the most current regional victims of the COVID-19 virus.

One of the long-term care locals lived at Serenades in The Villages, located at 2450 Parr Drive, while the other was a homeowner of Cypress Care Center, located at 490 S. Old Wire Road in Wildwood. No other information about the two victims was supplied Saturday by the Florida Department of Health.

Serenades Memory Care and Assisted Living is found on Parr Drive in The Villages.

Five of the location residents who died resided in Marion County, while the sixth was a local of Sumter County. There were recognized as:

72-year-old guy who evaluated favorable July 9, hadnt taken a trip recently but had actually touched with another person experiencing the COVID-19 infection;
85-year-old guy who tested positive July 14, had not taken a trip just recently however had touched with another patient;
76-year-old male who checked favorable July 14, hadnt traveled recently however had been in contact with another patient;
47-year-old man who tested positive July 18, hadnt traveled just recently however had touched with another patient; and
79-year-old man who checked favorable July 19, hadnt traveled recently however had actually been in contact with another client; and
85-year-old Sumter County guy who tested positive July 6, had not traveled just recently however had actually touched with another patient.

Thirteen new cases were reported Saturday in The Villages, bringing the overall number in the mega-retirement community to 353. Of those, 329 are in the Sumter County part of the community, 22 remain in Lake County and 2 are in the Marion County area of the vast retirement mecca.

Thirty-five new cases also were reported Saturday in neighborhoods simply outside the confines of Floridas Friendliest Hometown. Those include:

Sumter County is now reporting 968 cases– a boost of 27– among 528 men, 428 women, seven non-residents and 5 individuals noted as unidentified. There have been 25 deaths and 137 people treated in location healthcare facilities.

Others have been reported in Lake Panasoffkee (49 ), Webster (39 ), Coleman (33 ), Center Hill (29 ), Lady Lake part of the county (24) and Sumterville (15 ). Lake County continues to lead the local area with 3,988 cases– a boost of 98 in a 24-hour period. The overwhelming majority of Marion County cases– 2,376– have actually been reported in Ocala, which saw an increase of 87 overnight. A total of 209 cases have actually been identified among prisoners at the Marion County Jail and 149 cases have actually been reported among inmates and personnel members at Lowell Correctional Institution and Marion Correctional Institution.

Leesburg up 15 for an overall of 603;
Belleview up 6 for a total of 161;
Summerfield up four for a total of 183;
Lady Lake up three for a total of 144;
Oxford up 3 for an overall of 69;
Wildwood up two for an overall of 151; and
Fruitland Park up two for a total of 66.

Lake County continues to lead the city with 3,988 cases– an increase of 98 in a 24-hour period. Those are made up of 1,863 guys, 2,033 females, 31 non-residents and 61 individuals listed as unidentified. There have been 38 deaths and 188 individuals have actually been hospitalized.

Bushnell now has 197 cases– 127 of which are at the Sumter Correctional Institution among 103 inmates and 24 staff members. Others have been reported in Lake Panasoffkee (49 ), Webster (39 ), Coleman (33 ), Center Hill (29 ), Lady Lake portion of the county (24) and Sumterville (15 ). The federal jail in Coleman likewise is reporting 372 cases among 297 prisoners and 75 team member.

All told, Florida is reporting 414,511 COVID-19 cases– an increase of 12,199 from Friday to Saturday. Of those, 409,585 are homeowners.

The overwhelming bulk of Marion County cases– 2,376– have actually been reported in Ocala, which saw a boost of 87 overnight. Others have actually been reported in Dunnellon (119 ), Citra (45 ), Silver Springs (42 ), Reddick (40 ), Ocklawaha (40 ), Weirsdale (22 ), Anthony (19 ), Fort McCoy (9 ), Orange Lake (5 ), Candler (3 ), East Lake (3 ), Lowell (3 ), Sparr (2) and Morriston (1 ). An overall of 209 cases have been determined among inmates at the Marion County Jail and 149 cases have been reported amongst prisoners and personnel members at Lowell Correctional Institution and Marion Correctional Institution.

All informed, Florida is reporting 414,511 COVID-19 cases– a boost of 12,199 from Friday to Saturday.

Marion County now has 3,224 cases– an increase of 119– amongst 1,481 men, 1,711 women, 9 non-residents and 23 individuals noted as unknown. There have been 48 deaths and 309 individuals needing some form of health center care.

Clermont continues to speed Lake County with 993 cases– an increase of 26 overnight. Others have actually been determined in Tavares (520, 23 of which are at the Lake County Jail amongst one inmate, 20 personnel members and 2 contracted nurses), Eustis (339 ), Groveland (277 ), Mount Dora (254 ), Mascotte (144 ), Minneola (112 ), Sorrento (106 ), Montverde (77 ), Umatilla (74 ), Grand Island (38 ), Howey-in-the-Hills (31 ), Astor (23 ), Astatula (20 ), Yalaha (17 ), Altoona (15 ), Paisley (13 ), Okahumpka (11 ), Ferndale (3) and Mount Plymouth (3 ).

In general, the tri-county area is reporting 8,180 cases– a boost of 244 from Friday to Saturday– amongst 3,872 guys, 4,172 women, 47 non-residents and 89 individuals listed as unknown. There have actually been 111 deaths and 634 individuals have actually been hospitalized.