The Treasure Coast on Sunday reported 66 cases of coronavirus, up from 59 the day before. One of the region's cases included a 95-year-old St. Lucie County woman who died from the disease.
Martin County has the most cases on the Treasure Coast, 26, up just one case from the day before. St. Lucie County has 23 cases, up four cases from the day before. Indian River County has 17 cases, up two cases from the day before.
Besides the death of the St. Lucie County woman, the disease earlier in the week also claimed the life of a 59-year-old St. Lucie County man. Eight people have been hospitalized in the three counties because of the disease.
A report released Sunday by the Florida Department of Health report showed that 221 people have been tested in Indian River County, 241 people have been tested in Martin County and 344 people have been tested in St. Lucie County, for a total of 806 tests on the Treasure Coast.
Florida’s number of cases rose to 4,246 Sunday, up 483 cases. Two more people died from the disease, bringing the total deaths in Florida to 56. Statewide, 594 people have been hospitalized.