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Here are Citrus County's changes in COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations and deaths for the week of May 11 through May 17.

By the Sunday, May 17, update, Citrus County had:

  • 112 cases, an increase of six since May 11;

  • 29 hospitalizations, an increase of two since May 11;

  • and 12 deaths, an increase of one since May 11.

COVID-19 cases ranked by Citrus County's 15 zip codes:

• 34452 (Inverness, Floral City, Inverness Highlands North and Inverness Highlands South): 28, an increase of two since May 11.

34434 (Dunnellon, Citrus Springs, Hernando and Pine Ridge): 12, no change.

34450 (Inverness and Inverness Highlands South): 10, no change.

34461 (Black Diamond, Citrus Hills, Homosassa Springs, Lecanto, Pine  Ridge and Sugarmill Woods): 9, no change.

34453 (Inverness, Citrus Hills, Hernando, Inverness Highlands North and Lecanto): 9, an increase of two.

34465 (Beverly Hills, Black Diamond, Citrus Springs, Lecanto and Pine Ridge): 8, an increase of two.

34429: Crystal River, Ozello, Homosassa Springs, Lecanto and Black Diamond: 6, no change.

34428 (Crystal River, Red Level and Inglis): 6, no change.

34442 (Citrus Hills, Citrus Springs, Hernando, Lecanto and Pine Ridge): 6, no change.

34446 (Homosassa, Homosassa Springs, Lecanto and Sugarmill Woods): 5, no change.

34448 (Homosassa, Homosassa Springs, Sugarmill Woods, Lecanto and Crystal River): 5, no change.

34436 (Floral City): Less than 5, no change.

34433 (Dunnellon, Citrus Springs and Pine Ridge): Less than 5, no change.

34449 (Inglis and Yankeetown): 0, no change.

34445 (Holder, Citrus Springs, Hernando and Pine Ridge): 0, no change.

Source: Florida Department of Health.

Contact Chronicle reporter Buster Thompson at 352-564-2916 or bthompson@chronicleonline.com.