(Updated 5/25/2020 at 12:00 pm)
~50,414 positive cases in Florida residents and 1,332 positive cases in non-Florida residents~ 
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — The Florida Department of Health, in order to provide more comprehensive data, releases a report on COVID-19 cases in Florida once per day. The Florida Department of Health COVID-19 dashboard is also providing updates once per day. The state also provides a report detailing surveillance data for every Florida county. Previously, this information was only available for select communities. The surveillance data report is available here.
Test results for more than 41,500 individuals were reported to the Department of Health as of midnight, on Sunday, May 24. Today, as reported at 11 a.m., there are 879 new positive COVID-19 cases (867 Florida residents and 12 non-Florida residents) and fifteen Florida resident deaths related to COVID-19.
While Florida’s testing has increased over the past week, the percent of those testing positive for COVID-19 overall is 6 percent. On May 24, 2.5 percent of new cases** tested positive.
The Florida Department of Health also releases a list of long-term care facilities in Florida associated with COVID-19 cases with active cases and number of deaths in each facility in order to provide real-time data. The list of long-term care facilities with active COVID-19 cases is available here. The list of long-term care facilities with deaths in available here. To date, 1,085 individuals that were staff or residents of a long-term care facility have died.
There are a total of 51,746 Florida cases*** with 2,252 deaths related to COVID-19.
Since data reported at 11 a.m. on May 24, the deaths of fifteen Florida residents who tested positive for COVID-19 have been reported in Brevard, Broward, Collier, Dade, Duval, Lee, Monroe and St. Lucie counties.
Florida has partnered with private laboratories around the state to expand COVID-19 laboratory testing capacity. This partnership increases the number of tests conducted each day and ensures Floridians receive the critical health information they need in a timely manner.