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00000177-b32b-d5f4-a5ff-bbfb6e660000Here is the information you need to know about COVID-19 in Northwest Florida. We will keep this post updated with the latest information from local, and statewide agencies. For inforamtion from Centers for Disease Control and prevention: cdc.gov/coronavirusFor updates on Florida cases of coronavirus, visit the FDOH dashboard.The COVID-19 call center is available at 24/7 at 1-866-779-6121

Coronavirus Live Blog: Week Of Nov. 23

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Wednesday, Nov. 25

Another 8,376 Cases

The State of Florida added 8,376 cases as of Wednesday according to the Florida Deparment of Health. The state's total is now 961,676. The state reported 97 deaths, bringing the the total to 18,254.

Percent Positivity in local areas:

Escambia: 10.10%

Santa Rosa: 27.82%

Okaloosa: 15.77%

Walton: 8.88%

Tuesday, Nov. 24

State Adds Another 8,000-plus Cases

The Florida Department of Health reported 8,555 additional cases Tuesday. The state's total is now 953,300. Another 72 deaths were reported bringing the total to 18,157.

Percent Positivity in local areas:

Escambia County: 10.91% Total cases: 16,101

Santa Rosa County: 12.42% Total cases: 7,088

Okaloosa County: 14.35% Total cases: 8,456

Walton County: 8.04% Total cases: 9,562

Holiday Hours For Community Health Northwest Florida

Changes in hours of operation for Community Health Northwest Florida:

Wednesday 11/25 – All CHNWF care sites and Covid-19 mobile test sites open, regular hours

Thursday 11/26 – All CHNWF care sites closed

Friday 11/27 – All CHNWF care sites closed with the exception of our Walk-in locations: Jordan St. Walk-in and Pediatric Convenient Care will both be open from 8AM-4PM.

*ALL CHNWF Covid-19 mobile testing sites will be closed Thursday through Saturday and will resume regular schedule on Monday 11/30

Monday, Nov. 23

State Adds Over 6,000 Cases

Florida added 6,331 cases as of Monday, Nov. 23 according to the Florida COVID dashboard. Total deaths in the state are 18,085.

To see the state's vaccination plan, click here

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