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Reported number of COVID-19 cases hits 100 for Sanibel

By STAFF REPORT / trepecki@breezenewspapers.com - | Dec 9, 2020

Lee County has recorded 33,132 total cases of COVID-19 — 32,343 residents and 789 non-residents — including 103 cases between Sanibel and Captiva, according to the Florida Department of Health.

As of today’s update, the DOH reported that it has recorded a total of 1,083,362 cases in Florida. The figure consists of 1,065,476 residents who tested positive, along with 17,886 non-residents.

There have been 19,462 deaths among Florida residents — 1.8 percent of the total cases.

There have been 608 deaths among residents in Lee — 1.9 percent of the total cases.

In a line-by-line report, the DOH has the following total cases for “Lee County” areas:

– Alva: 198

– Babcock Ranch: 18

– Boca Grande: 36

– Boca Raton: 1

– Bokeelia: 78

– Bonita: 1

– Bonita Beach: 57

– Bonita Springs: 2,046

– Bradenton: 1

– Brooklyn: 1

– Buckingham: 9

– Cape Coral: 7,872

– Captiva: 3

– Chicago: 3

– Clear Brook: 1

– Conifer: 1

– Dallas: 1

– Estero: 1,103

– F M: 72

– Florida Gulf Coast University: 43

– Fort Lauderdale: 1

– Fort Myers: 13,065

– Fort Myers Beach: 323

– Hickory: 1

– Immokalee: 2

– Indianapolis: 1

– Labelle: 3

– Lehigh: 271

– Lehigh Acres: 5,188

– Matlacha: 102

– Mattoon: 1

– Milford: 1

– Miromar Lakes: 21

– Missing: 115*

– Mokena: 1

– Naples: 4

– Naugatuck: 1

– North Fort Myers: 1,373

– North Port: 1

– Oakland: 1

– Ocoee: 1

– Orlando: 13

– Pineland: 1

– Port Charlotte: 1

– Powell: 1

– Punta Gorda: 2

– Ridgewood: 1

– Rochester: 1

– Saint James City: 68

– San Carlos Park: 3

– Sanibel: 100

– Saxis: 1

– Sebring: 1

– South Fort Myers: 97

– Sun City Center: 1

– Telluride: 1

– Tice: 19

– Tinley Park: 1

– Toms River: 1

– University Of Central Florida: 1

– Wheaton: 1

– Wildwood: 1

– Willowbrook: 1

– Windermere: 1

– Winter Garden: 1

– Winter Park: 1@

*DOH officials reported that the city name was not entered when the test results were.

For further specifics and statistical breakdowns, visit https://floridahealthcovid19.gov.