Florida Department of Health
Office of Communication
March 22, 2022

Editor’s Note: The Fernandina Observer reached out to the Florida Department of Health after attempting to locate last week’s COVID-19 report. The response we received follows.

As of Friday, March 11, the Florida Department of Health moved to bi-weekly (every other week) reporting of COVID-19. The last published report is available on our website. The subsequent report will be available on March 25, 2022.

The bi-weekly reporting does not impact the Department’s uploads of daily COVID-19 data to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). These data will continue to be displayed on the CDC’s COVID Data Tracker.

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Joseph Michael
Joseph Michael
4 months ago

What BS! Typical DdeathSantis & Co., hiding COVID facts from the rest of us.

Doug Mowery
Doug Mowery
4 months ago
Reply to  Joseph Michael

He’s not hiding anything. Just not enough cases to warrant a weekly report……now it will be bi-weekly.

But as the article states, data is still provided daily to the CDC. Here is the data this morning showing 7 days from their tracker:

Nassau County, Florida State Health Department

7-day Metrics | 7-day Percent Change
Cases 17
Case Rate per 100k 19.18%
Positivity 1.53%
Deaths <10%
Population ≥ 5 years of age fully vaccinated 60.2%
New admissions of confirmed COVID-19 among county residents (estimated) 4

Last edited 4 months ago by Doug Mowery
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