Florida Keys Coronavirus Cases

February 12 Update: This will only be updated Monday through Friday.

Today, 13 cases have been added to Monroe County, including 6 more in Key Largo, 4 more in Key West, 1 more in Marathon, and 3 more Non-FL residents.  One case was recategorized from Islamorada.

  • Monroe County: 5,541 total cases
  • Non-residents: 294
A majority of the infections are community-acquired. It is critical to wear a mask, avoid crowds, social distance, and wash your hands frequently.
  • Key West: 2,705
  • Key Largo: 815
  • Tavernier: 390
  • Marathon: 629
  • Islamorada: 171
  • Big Pine Key: 110
  • Summerland Key: 148
  • Cudjoe Key: 54
  • Sugarloaf: 22
  • Stock Island: 62
  • Key Colony Beach: 39
  • Long Key: 21
  • Little Torch: 19
  • Big Torch: 1
  • Rockland Key: 4
  • Duck Key: 6
  • Ramrod Key: 11
  • Missing Cities: 31
  • Homeless: 1
  • Plantation Key: 2
  • Conch Key: 4
  • Cross Key: 2
  • Monroe County Deaths, reported by the State: 42

Current Hospitalizations

(does not take into account those hospitalized outside of Monroe County)

  • Lower Keys Medical: 2
  • Fisherman’s and Mariners (Baptist): 4

Hospital capacity changes based on current patients and staffing. This is a very fluid situation and the figures can change throughout the day based on patient admissions and discharges. The presented numbers only show a snapshot of a single moment in time in a dynamic situation. Both Baptist and Lower Keys Medical are currently in the green, meaning they have enough supplies, staffing, and resources for the next 7 days or longer. When they go to yellow, it means they have fewer than 7 days, and red is for fewer than 3 days. Emergency Management is monitoring their needs on an ongoing basis.

The hospitals are currently managing the care of COVID-19 patients in care spaces at the hospitals that be expanded or contracted as needed. To date, neither hospital entity has had expand the spaces, but it is available if necessary. In the event of a significant surge of cases in our community, the hospitals and Emergency Management would work collaboratively with state health officials to identify other resources to provide care for those who need it. More information on hospital capacities can be found at here.

Total Cases By Month (Approximate)

  • March: 33 new cases
  • April: 46 new cases
  • May: 29 new cases
  • June: 151 new cases
  • July: 1,041 new cases
  • August: 434 new cases
  • September: 124 new cases
  • October: 443 new cases
  • November 1,044 new cases
  • December 805 new cases
  • January 1,091 new cases
  • February 253 new cases, so far

Current case information can be found at https://floridahealthcovid19.gov. On the dashboard, look under “See the Report” for detailed information by county, including testing numbers and geographic locations or “See dashboard” for summaries by county.

The Florida Dept of Health officially confirms new cases. Cases are a total count of all laboratory-confirmed cases. This number does not represent the current number of COVID-19 positive persons. At this time, the FDOH is unable to determine the number of recoveries from COVID-19. Those who do recover from the virus may have additional unknown health effects. Monroe County posts this Florida Department of Health information as a courtesy to inform residents.

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