8 more local residents die of COVID-19 as new Villages-area cases identified – Villages-News

8 more regional homeowners have actually lost their fight with COVID-19 as new cases of the fatal virus continue to be identified throughout The Villages and surrounding neighborhoods.
4 of the casualties were from Lake County and 4 were Marion County locals. They were identified Friday by the Florida Department of Health as:

79-year-old Lake County guy who checked positive Aug. 7, had not taken a trip just recently nor touched with another person suffering from the virus;
71-year-old Lake County guy who tested favorable Aug. 12, hadnt taken a trip just recently but had been in contact with another patient;
86-year-old Lake County woman who checked favorable Aug. 20, had not taken a trip recently however had actually been in contact with another patient;
80-year-old Lake County man who tested favorable Aug. 22, had not taken a trip recently however had touched with another patient;
85-year-old Marion County woman who checked favorable Aug. 11, hadnt taken a trip just recently but had actually been in contact with another client;
70-year-old Marion County male who checked positive Aug. 12, hadnt traveled recently however had actually been in contact with another client;
79-year-old Marion County male who evaluated favorable Aug. 14, hadnt traveled recently however had been in contact with another client; and
73-year-old Marion County man who checked favorable Aug. 17, had not traveled just recently but had actually touched with another client.

Forty new COVID-19 cases were reported around The Villages for a total of 2,995. Those include:

The Villages (Sumter, Lake and Marion counties) up 7 for a total of 526;
Leesburg up 21 for a total of 982;
Wildwood up 7 for an overall of 338;
Girl Lake up two for an overall of 239;
Summerfield up 2 for a total of 332;
Belleview up one for an overall of 305;
Fruitland Park 131 cases (no increase from Thursday);.
Oxford 107 cases (no boost from Thursday); and.
Woman Lake part of Sumter County 35 cases (no boost from Thursday).

LAKE COUNTY.

Cases: 8,321– boost of 60.
Age series of victims: Under 1 to 106 years of age.
Median age: 42.
Men: 3,321.
Females: 4,926.
Non-residents: 13.
Individuals noted as unidentified: 61.
Deaths: 169.
Hospitalizations: 730.
Cities with a lot of cases: Ocala (6,562), Summerfield (332 ), Belleview (305 ), Dunnellon (270) and Citra (159 ).

All informed, Florida is reporting 615,806 COVID-19 cases– an increase of 3,815 from Thursday to Friday. Those numbers reveal 88 more deaths since Thursday and an extra 311 individuals requiring medical facility care.

Overall, the tri-county location is reporting 16,415 cases– an increase of 187 from Thursday to Friday– among 7,135 men, 9,002 women, 61 non-residents and 217 people listed as unknown. There have actually been 320 deaths and 1,331 individuals have been treated in area hospitals.
Below is a breakdown of COVID-19 activity in the city:.
SUMTER COUNTY.

MARION COUNTY.

Cases: 1,819– boost of 65.
Age variety of victims: 1 to 99 years of age.
Average age: 57.
Men: 904.
Ladies: 870.
Non-residents: 9.
Individuals listed as unknown: 36.
Deaths: 48.
Hospitalizations: 208.
Area/cities with the majority of cases: The Villages (493 ), Wildwood (338 ), Coleman (275 ), Bushnell (268) and Oxford (107 ).

Cases: 6,275– boost of 62.
Age variety of victims: Under 1 to 103 years of age.
Typical age: 42.
Men: 2,910.
Females: 3,206.
Non-residents: 39.
People listed as unidentified: 120.
Deaths: 103.
Hospitalizations: 393.
Cities with a lot of cases: Clermont (1,595), Leesburg (982 ), Tavares (689 ), Eustis (523) and Mount Dora (452 ).

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