St. Lucie County has reported its first case of coronavirus, according to test results released by the Florida Department of Health this morning.
The report is of a woman whose case is not believed to be related to travel. The report showed 74 people have been tested in St. Lucie County, with 67 negative results and six results still pending.
The number of cases rose in Indian River County from two on Friday to four this morning. Fifty-six people have been tested in Indian River County, with 43 negative results and nine results still pending.
Martin County has one case. Thirty-two people have been reported as being tested in Martin, with 26 negative results and five still pending.
As of 11 a.m. today, Florida is reporting 658 cases, with 603 cases occurring in Florida residents and 55 cases occurring in residents from outside the state. Twelve people in Florida have died from the disease.
As the state partners with more laboratories around the state, more test results and additional cases are expected to come to light. On the Treasure Coast, drive-through testing has been available at Cleveland Clinic Martin Health in Stuart and was made available Friday at Cleveland Clinic Indian River Hospital and Cleveland Clinic Tradition Hospital in Port St. Lucie. Those being tested clevelandclinic.org/ECO or contact your primary care physician. If you meet the Florida Department of Health guidelines for testing based on symptoms, travel and exposures, you will be advised as to how to proceed with testing.