Citrus County’s confirmed COVID-19 cases reached 11 on Thursday, according to the latest update from the Florida Department of Health.
Some Citrus County data from the DOH:
• As of Thursday morning, 133 Citrus residents were tested. 11 were positive and 113 negative.
• There have been 28 deaths in the state, including an 80-year-old male, county resident who died in the hospital, said Audrey Stasko, spokeswoman for the Department of Health in Citrus County.
• Ages of the confirmed cases in Citrus County range from 17 to 84. Seven women and four men tested positive.
• Two others are hospitalized.
• Four are travel related and five are not travel-related. The other two cases, the DOH website state, it is unknown if they are travel related.
• As of Thursday morning, nine others were awaiting DOH test results.
• Statewide, as of 11 a.m. Thursday, there were 2,355 confirmed cases with 120 being non-Florida residents. More than 23,000 people had been tested and 20,165 were negative.