The number of COVID-19 cases in Florida jumped to 11,111 today, up 1,526 cases from the day before. On the Treasure Coast, the number of cases rose to 162, with 67 in St. Lucie County (up from 48), 49 in Indian River County (up from 44) and 46 in Martin County (up from 37).
Adjusted for population, Indian River County has the most cases, with one for every 3,263 people, followed by Martin with one for every 3,500 people and St. Lucie County with one for every 5,899 people. St. Lucie County is roughly double the population of both Martin and Indian River.
A total of 2,011 people have been tested on the Treasure Coast for the virus, 877 in St. Lucie, 578 in Martin and 556 in Indian River. Today’s report showed 102,108 people total have been tested in the state. The statewide death toll rose to 191, up from 163 the day before.