(Updated 6/10/2020 at 12:00 pm)

~65,779 positive cases in Florida residents and 1,592 positive cases in non-Florida residents~

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. —The Florida Department of Health (DOH), in order to provide more comprehensive data, releases a report on COVID-19 cases in Florida once per day. The DOH COVID-19 dashboard is also providing updates once per day. The state also provides a report detailing surveillance data for every Florida county, which is available here.

Test results for more than 23,800 individuals were reported to DOH as of midnight, on Tuesday, June 9. Today, as reported at 11 a.m., there are:

  • 1,371 new positive COVID-19 cases (1,331 Florida residents and 40 non-Florida residents)
  • 36 Florida resident deaths related to COVID-19

The percent of those testing positive for COVID-19 overall is 5 percent. On June 9, 5.5 percent of new cases** tested positive.

There are a total of 67,371 Florida cases*** with 2,801 deaths related to COVID-19.

Since data reported at 11 a.m. on June 10, the deaths of thirty-six Florida residents who tested positive for COVID-19 have been reported in Broward, Dade, Desoto, Hamilton, Hillsborough, Lee, Leon, Manatee, Monroe, Orange, Palm, Beach, Pinellas, Polk and Sarasota counties.

Florida long-term care facility 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 is available here, which is updated weekly.
  • To date, 1,454 individuals that were staff or residents of a long-term care facility have died.

The antibody COVID-19 test results report will be provided once a week and contains county, race and lab information on antibody COVID-19 tests conducted in Florida. The report for antibody tests conducted by private health care providers is available here and the report for antibody tests conducted at state-supported COVID-19 testing sites is available here.





Fort Myers, Fla.— The Florida Department of Health in Lee County (DOH-Lee) is urging all residents and visitors, especially those that are spending time outdoors, to protect themselves from mosquito and tick bites this summer season. While most tick and mosquito bites are only an annoyance, sometimes these bites can be dangerous. Preventing bites reduces the risk of a person getting infected with a mosquito- or tick-borne disease.


“The very small act of reducing standing water around your homes and yards can greatly reduce mosquitos,” said Angela Smith, Health Officer for the Florida Department of Health in Lee County. “Standing water is a breeding ground for mosquitoes that could potentially be infected with mosquito-borne diseases such as West Nile Virus.”


Mosquito Bite Prevention


Using the right insect repellent and other preventive actions can discourage mosquitoes from landing on you. Follow these Drain and Cover tips to help prevent mosquito bites.


Drain water from outside areas to reduce the number of places mosquitoes can lay their eggs and breed.


  • Drain water from garbage cans, house gutters, buckets, pool covers, coolers, toys, flowerpots or any other containers where sprinkler or rainwater has collected.
  • Discard old tires, bottles, pots, broken appliances and other items not being used.
  • Empty and clean birdbat