Florida Department of Health
October 4, 2020

Editor’s Note:   Since the Friday report issued by Nassau County Emergency Management, another death has occurred in Nassau County due to COVID. We do not have specific information on the deceased individual.  Today’s figures show 20 cases (resident & non-resident) of Coronavirus in Nassau County.




Incidents of COVID-19 in Nassau County Health Facilities.
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Karen Merz
Karen Merz (@guest_59120)
2 years ago

My father in law died on 10/4/20 in Nassau county and it was NOT from Covid. He was 89. I hope he wasn’t added to the fake news list. I will research this

James Michaels
James Michaels(@james-michaels)
2 years ago

Fake news? Do you really still believe Covid is a hoax because your Lord and savior Trump lied to us while he was telling Woodward how serious it actually is. Get off Fox news.

Ben Martin
Ben Martin (@guest_59126)
2 years ago
Reply to  James Michaels

covID is a real respiratory illness. What if funny is all the over the top social controls for a virus that has something like a 99.98% recovery rate. Those controls have crashed a large part of the economy. At what point does the asserted protection of a few individuals justify incredible harm to billions of people across the world? It is as if things are being done by a plan. Much of the news coming from your TV set is exaggerated or spun in a way to cause fear in the sector of the population that enjoys Reality TV shows. Seems like using a mask to stop a virus is like trying to use chicken wire to stop a swarm of mosquitos. If they can make you wear a mask for no good reason, they can get you to take a junky unnecessary vaccine easily.

Jay Kayne
Jay Kayne (@guest_59128)
2 years ago
Reply to  Ben Martin

Maybe Mr. Martin should take a refresher course in math. As of today there have been 48 COVID-19 related deaths in Nassau County as a result of 2,044 cases or 2.34 percent. That is 120 times the .02 percent he dreams it is. Numbers do not lie.

Ben Martin
Ben Martin (@guest_59131)
2 years ago
Reply to  Jay Kayne

Mr. Kayne. Hope you are well. Please review below.

According to the CDC website only apporximately 6% of those 48 died from covID. That computes to 2.88 people.

You cite 2044 cases.

2.88 / 2044 = 0.0014 = 0.14 % = Fatality Rate

Recovery Rate = 100% – 0.14% = 99.86%

When you consider there are potentially a large number of people who had this virus and never knew it or never cared – the recovery rate is potentially much greater.

Please relax. Subside your fear by the realization that you likely would not even not about this “pandemic” if it were not for the “saturation media” informing you about it nonstop and constantly.

Jay Kayne
Jay Kayne (@guest_59132)
2 years ago
Reply to  Ben Martin

Please provide the link to the CDC website. Governor DeSantis own website above says their are 48 COVID related deaths. Why would the State of FL report deaths that don’t exist?

Jay Kayne
Jay Kayne (@guest_59133)
2 years ago
Reply to  Ben Martin

Your numbers only work if you accept QAnon’s interpretation of the CDC information. I know FACTCHECK.ORG will make no difference to you, but the CDC did not only 6 percent of the numbers reported for COVID deaths were actually COVID deaths. Here’s the link:


One would hope you would have done some actual research before printing such misinformation.

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