Day by Day

Here are the latest coronavirus (COVID-19) statistics, including the number of vaccines given, for Florida and our area counties, as of 3:45 p.m. Jan. 14.  The next update will be 2:30 p.m. tomorrow, or possibly later if the state releases the numbers later. (Sign up for our Coronavirus Newsletter, which arrives in your e-mail each morning and has the latest local, state and national/international news on COVID-19.)

Florida

Total Cases: 1,531,192 (Up by 13,720 in the past day)

Positive Florida Residents: 1,503,529

Florida Deaths: 23,613 (Up by 217 in the past day)

Vaccinations: 774,768 (Up by 44,618 in the past day)

Sarasota County

Total Cases: 22,021 (Up by 123 in the past day)

Residents: 21,114

Non-Residents: 907

Vaccinations: 19,812 (Up by 272 in the past day)

Demographics of Cases

Age Range: 0 to 105

Men: 9,799

Women: 11,224

Conditions and Care

Deaths: 556 (Up by 12 in the past day)

Hospitalizations: 1,079* 

Charlotte County

Total Cases: 8,749 (Up by 68 in the past day)

Residents: 8,624

Non-Residents: 125

Vaccinations: 5,597 (Up by 226 since yesterday)

Demographics of Cases

Age Range: 0 to 102

Men: 3,931

Women: 4,670

Conditions and Care

Deaths: 257 (Up by 0 in the past day)

Hospitalizations: 705*

DeSoto County

Total Cases: 3,164 (Up by 11 in the past day)

Residents: 3,149

Non-Residents: 15

Vaccinations: 1,843 (Up by 214 since yesterday)

Demographics of Cases

Age Range: 0 to 100

Men: 1,846

Women: 1,295

Conditions and Care

Deaths: 62 (Up by 0 in the past day)

Hospitalizations: 224*

Lee County

Total Cases: 46,981 (Up by 430 in the past day)

Residents: 45,537

Non-Residents: 1,443

Vaccinations: 27,304 (Up by 746 since yesterday)

Demographics of Cases

Age Range: 0 to 103

Male: 21,224

Female: 23,953

Conditions and Care

Deaths: 722 (Up by 2 in the past day)

Hospitalizations: 1,934*

* This is the Florida Department of Health's definition of "hospitalizations": "Includes residents and non-residents. “Hospitalizations” is a count of all laboratory confirmed cases in which an inpatient hospitalization occurred at any time during the course of illness. These people may no longer be hospitalized. This number does not represent the number of COVID-19 positive persons currently hospitalized. We do not have a figure for that information at this time."

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