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DOH-Marion provides COVID-19 update (June 22)

By Florida Department of Health in Marion County

June 22, 2020

 

OCALA, Fla.—The Department of Health in Marion County is reporting 412 cumulative cases of COVID-19 as of this afternoon. This is a 162 case increase since June 1. The most recent individuals confirmed to have the virus are:

  • 22-year-old female from Dunnellon
  • 23-year-old male from Ocala
  • 23-year-old female from Citra
  • 24-year-old male from Ocala
  • 24-year-old female from Ocala
  • 28-year-old female from Ocala
  • 34-year-old male from Ocala
  • 36-year-old male from Silver Springs
  • 44-year-old female from Summerfield
  • 47-year-old female from Ocala
  • 48-year-old male from Ocala
  • 48-year-old male from Dunnellon
  • 50-year-old female from Ocala
  • 50-year-old male from Ocala
  • 61-year-old male from Silver Springs
  • 62-year-old female from Ocala
  • 72-year-old female from Summerfield
  • 75-year-old female from Ocala
  • 76-year-old male from Summerfield

So far, 20,581 COVID-19 tests have been given in Marion County. Of those, 20,162 were negative. Individuals who tested positive for the virus have ranged in age from 6 months to 97 years old. Ten Marion County residents have died after becoming ill with COVID-19. Marion’s overall positive test rate is 2.0%; Florida’s positive test rate is 6.2%. For more detailed information on all Marion cases, view Florida’s COVID-19 Data .

If you think you may have been exposed to COVID-19 or if you are experiencing symptoms of the virus (such as fever, cough, shortness of breath, or difficulty breathing), DOH-Marion recommends that you get tested for the virus. The department offers free COVID-19 testing; call 352-644-2590 to schedule an appointment at the health department. You do not need to be experiencing symptoms to be tested. Testing is also available at other local medical providers; call before visiting a facility if you would like to be tested for COVID-19.

For more guidance

For the most up-to-date information on COVID-19 in Florida, visit floridahealthcovid19.gov. For general questions about COVID-19, call the state hotline (866-779-6121), local hotline (352-644-2590), or email COVID-19@flhealth.gov. Individuals can also follow the Department of Health in Marion County on Twitter at www.twitter.com/FLHealthMarion for the latest updates on COVID-19 in Marion.