Florida Department of Health July 23 – Nassau County reports 24 daily positives for Coronavirus

Florida Department of Health
July 23, 2020

Florida Department of Health:

Florida Department of Health Updates New COVID-19 Cases, Announces One Hundred Seventy-Three Deaths Related to COVID-19

~385,091 positive cases in Florida residents and 4,777 positive cases in non-Florida residents~

Test results for more than 93,600 individuals were reported to DOH as of midnight, on Wednesday, July 22. Today, as reported at 11 a.m., there are:

10,249 new positive COVID-19 cases (10,171 Florida residents and 78 non-Florida residents)
173 Florida resident deaths related to COVID-19

On July 22, 12.31 percent of new cases** tested positive.

There are a total of 389,868 Florida cases*** with 5,518 deaths related to COVID-19.

Since July 22, the death of one hundred seventy-three Florida residents who tested positive for COVID-19 have been reported in Alachua, Bay, Brevard, Broward, Clay, Columbia, Dade, Duval, Escambia, Flagler, Hernando, Hillsborough, Indian River, Jackson, Lake, Lee, Madison, Manatee, Marion, Martin, Orange, Osceola, Palm Beach, Pasco, Pinellas, Polk, Putnam, Santa Rosa, Sarasota, Seminole, St. Lucie, Suwannee and Volusia counties.

Nassau County Emergency Management:

This breakdown includes residents and non-residents.


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Jay Kayne
Jay Kayne(@jay-kayne)
3 years ago

The headline is off by over 300 percent. The OFFICIAL FL DOH dashboard reported 784 cases as of July 22 and on July 23 the total number of cases was 865 I may not be able to say, “Person. Woman. Man. Camera. TV.” 10 minutes after first repeating it, but I do know 865 minus 784 equals 81, not 24. Questions remain how Governor “DeSanitize the Data” and his appointees are reporting coronavirus cases, hospitalizations and deaths.

Jay Kayne
Jay Kayne(@jay-kayne)
3 years ago
Reply to  Susan Steger

Susan, you missed the point. Something is amiss when the OFFICIAL numbers for a day are different. The FDOH said there were 24 new cases on July 23. but the total number of cases in Nassau County, also reported by FDOH, jumped from 784 of July 22 to 865 on July 23. Same source. Different numbers. Which is it? Instead of defending the FDOH, why isn’t the media asking FDOH to explain the difference.

Ben Martin
Ben Martin(@ben-martin)
3 years ago

When you consider the potentially very large number of people who had this, got over it, and never cared – the fatality rate is likely to be extremely low. No wonder the CDC instructs doctors to fudge their death count numbers by including comorbities and presumed COViD deaths. The CDC has become like a vaccine company. Creating unfounded fear is a great sales technique. It stands to reason a large number of the medical community will have their bread buttered by all the government programs and mandates related to COVID. The law is often used to enrich one group of citizens over another. The only science about half the population knows is what is presented to them by “experts” on their TV screen. And when CNN’s Anderson Cooper has one of his wussie tussie fits it can really get the attention of those who don’t look into things too deeply.

Teri D. Springer
Teri D. Springer (@guest_58441)
3 years ago
Reply to  Ben Martin

I love when people make these conspiracy proclamations as if they were proven fact. Ben, you are a wealth of unsubstantiated baloney. When you have documentation, then we will listen.

Ben Martin
Ben Martin(@ben-martin)
3 years ago

Teri – it seems a lot of people these days have a problem understanding the difference between a fact and a theory, so you are not alone in your confusion.

On the CDC website you will find following information…..

“Understanding the Numbers: Provisional Death Counts and COVID-19

Provisional death counts deliver our most comprehensive picture of lives lost to COVID-19. These estimates are based on death certificates, which are the most reliable source of data and contain information not available anywhere else, including comorbid conditions, race and ethnicity, and place of death.

How it works

The National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS) uses incoming data from death certificates to produce provisional COVID-19 death counts. These include deaths occurring within the 50 states and the District of Columbia. COVID-19 deaths are identified using a new ICD–10 code. When COVID-19 is reported as a cause of death – or when it is listed as a “probable” or “presumed” cause — the death is coded as U07.1. This can include cases with or without laboratory confirmation.”

Dr. Ron Paul and a multitude of clear thinking people will tell you….. “The numbers mean nothing.”

You might want to do a search of youtube for “Scott Jensen.” He is a medical doctor and a state senator in Minnesota. He speaks about the financial incentives for hospitals to have a high COVID death count.

Stephen Coe
Stephen Coe(@stephen-coe)
3 years ago

Teri, you undermne your arguments when you continue to use derogatory language and ad hominem attacks. I don’t know either you or Mr. Martin, but he has been polite in the back-and-forth with you. Frankly, you are coming across as a bitter shrew.

Merle Richman
Merle Richman (@guest_58431)
3 years ago

Where are the numbers, Nassau county, for CCRC as had previously been reported daily?