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COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations and vaccine numbers on the First Coast

Most experts say the spike is due to the fast-spreading delta variant.

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Coronavirus cases are on the rise across the First Coast and the state of Florida.

Florida reported 21,208 new cases of COVID-19 for Aug. 23 to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The state reported six new deaths, as well.

The number of total hospitalizations with confirmed cases of COVID-19 climbed to 16,820 patients as of Aug. 24, according to the Florida Hospital Association

Baptist Health

As of Sept. 9, Baptist has 270 COVID-19 patients, with 82 in ICU and 15 are children. Of the 15 in Wolfson Children's hospital, 5 are in ICU.

As of Sept. 8, Baptist has 290 COVID-19 patients, with 88 in ICU and 16 are children. Of the 16 in Wolfson Children's hospital, 6 are in ICU.

As of Sept. 7, Baptist has 294 COVID-19 patients, with 89 in ICU and 14 are children. Of the 14 in Wolfson Children's hospital, 5 are in ICU.

As of Sept. 6, Baptist has 310 COVID-19 patients, with 88 in ICU and 13 are children. Of the 13 in Wolfson Children's hospital, 4 are in ICU.

As of Sept. 3, Baptist has 345 COVID-19 patients, with 91 in ICU and 16 are children. Of the 16 in Wolfson Children's hospital, 4 are in ICU.

As of August 30, Baptist has 394 COVID-19 patients, with 109 in ICU and 16 are children. Of the 16 in Wolfson Children's hospital, 5 are in ICU.

As of August 27, Baptist has 418 COVID-19 patients, with 112 in ICU and 16 are children. Of the 16 in Wolfson Children's hospital, 3 are in ICU.

As of August 25, Baptist has 472 COVID-19 patients, with 118 in ICU and 20 are children. Of the 20 in Wolfson Children's hospital, 4 are in ICU.

As of August 24, Baptist has 491 COVID-19 patients, with 117 in ICU and 19 are children. Of the 19 in Wolfson Children's hospital, 5 are in ICU.

As of August 23, Baptist has 501 COVID-19 patients, with 111 in ICU and 16 are children. Of the 9 in Wolfson Children's hospital, 6 are in ICU.

As of August 20, Baptist has 512 COVID-19 patients, with 116 in ICU and 9 are children. Of the 9 in Wolfson Children's hospital, 5 are in ICU.

As of August 18, Baptist has 532 COVID-19 patients, with 123 in ICU and 16 children. Of the 16 in Wolfson Children's hospital, 4 are in ICU.

As of August 16, Baptist has 538 COVID-19 patients, with 132 in ICU and 12 children. Five children are in ICU.

As of August 13, Baptist has 536 COVID-19 patients, with 125 in the ICU. Baptist says 11 are children, and five of those children are in the ICU.

As of August 9, Baptist has 584 COVID patients being treated with 119 in the ICU. Of the 579, 21 are children, and six of those children are in the ICU.

As of August 5, Baptist has 550 COVID patients being treated with 99 in the ICU. Of the 550, 16 are children and four of those children are in the ICU.

As of August 4, Baptist has 518 COVID-19 patients being treated. Of those, 102 are in the ICU. 15 of the 518 are patients at Wolfson Children’s Hospital. Four of the 15 children are in the ICU. Baptist says 86 new COVID patients were admitted on Aug. 3 and six were children. More than 90% of the COVID-19 patients age 12 or older have not been fully vaccinated. 

As of July 29, there are 433 COVID-19 positive patients across the 5-hospital health system with 91 of those patients in the ICU. Baptist says 15 of the 438 patients are in Wolfson Children’s Hospital. 

As of July 28, there are 430 COVID-19 patients across our 5-hospital health system. Of those, 13 of the 430 patients are in Wolfson Children’s Hospital.

As of July 20, Baptist is reporting 253 COVID patients admitted within its five hospital systems and 59 within the ICU across all hospitals.  A spokesperson said only 1 patient of the 253 has been fully vaccinated. Nine are children.

On July 15, Baptist health told First Coast News they had 170 COVID patients in their hospital, which was already an increase from the week before. Of those, 36 of those patients were in the ICU and almost all of them were unvaccinated.

UF Health Jacksonville 

As of August 30, there are 137 COVID patients at UF Health Jacksonville, with 40 in the ICU.

As of August 25, there are 177 COVID patients at UF Health Jacksonville, with 54 in the ICU.

As of August 12, there are 243 COVID patients, with 62 in ICU. The hospital also reported approximately 5 COVID deaths.  

As of August, 5, there are 233 between both hospitals and 52 in the ICU. The hospital also reported a total of 12 COVID-related deaths so far in August, 37 deaths in July and four in June.

As of August 2, there are 238 COVID patients overall at UF Health Jacksonville.

As of July 27, at UF Health Jacksonville, there were 177 coronavirus patients being treated. 

As of July 20, 127 coronavirus patients were being treated. 

Flagler Hospital

As of Sept. 7, 51 COVID-19 patients have been admitted to Flagler Hospital. 13 patients are in the ICU and 8 patients are on a ventilator.

As of Sept. 3, 59 COVID-19 patients have been admitted to Flagler Hospital. 14 patients are in the ICU and 13 patients are on a ventilator.

As of August 25, 83 COVID-19 patients have been admitted to Flagler Hospital. 19 patients are in the ICU and 16 patients are on a ventilator.

As of August 24, 96 COVID-19 patients have been admitted to Flagler Hospital. 22 patients are in the ICU and 18 patients are on a ventilator.

As of August 20, 98 COVID-19 patients have been admitted to Flagler Hospital. 23 patients are in the ICU and 18 patients are on a ventilator.

As of August 18, 98 COVID-19 patients have been admitted to Flagler Hospital. 25 patients are in the ICU and 23 patients are on a ventilator.

As of August 12, 133 COVID-19 patients have been admitted to Flagler Hospital. 30 patients are in the ICU and 17 patients are on a ventilator. 

As of Aug. 11, 122 COVID-19 patients have been admitted to Flagler Hospital. 21 patients are in the ICU and 16 patients are on a ventilator.

As of July 27, 74 patients are hospitalized at Flagler Hospital with the virus.  This exceeds the facility's previous peak which was 59 in January 2021.

Ascension St. Vincent’s

As of Sept. 9, there are 209 patients hospitalized with COVID-19 across the three Ascension St. Vincent’s hospitals. Of these 209 patients, 85 are in an ICU.

As of Sept. 8, there are 215 patients hospitalized with COVID-19 across the three Ascension St. Vincent’s hospitals. Of these 215 patients, 89 are in an ICU. 95% of these patients hospitalized with COVID-19 are unvaccinated.

As of Sept. 7, there are 225 patients hospitalized with COVID-19 across the three Ascension St. Vincent’s hospitals. Of these 225 patients, 97 are in an ICU. 95% of these patients hospitalized with COVID-19 are unvaccinated.

As of Sept. 4 there are 228 patients hospitalized with COVID-19 across the three Ascension St. Vincent’s hospitals. Of these 228 patients, 106 are in an ICU. 93% of these patients hospitalized with COVID-19 are unvaccinated.

As of Sept. 3, there are 238 patients hospitalized with COVID-19 across the three Ascension St. Vincent’s hospitals. This is a decrease of nine patients since yesterday. For additional context, the number of hospitalized patients with COVID-19 one week ago was 269 across three hospitals. Of these 238 patients, 111 are in an ICU. The hospital says 93% of these patients hospitalized with COVID-19 are unvaccinated.

As of Aug. 27, there are 287 patients hospitalized with COVID-19 across the three Ascension St. Vincent’s hospitals. Of these 287 patients, 121 are in an ICU. 

As of Aug. 25, there are 286 patients hospitalized with COVID-19 across the three Ascension St. Vincent’s hospitals. This is a decrease of 19 patients since yesterday. For additional context, the number of hospitalized patients with COVID-19 one week ago was 374 across our three hospitals. Of these 286 patients, 128 are in an ICU.  Hospital staff says 96% of these patients hospitalized with COVID-19 are unvaccinated. 

As of Aug. 24, there are 305 patients hospitalized with COVID-19 across the three Ascension St. Vincent’s hospitals. This is a decrease of 19 patients since Monday. For additional context, the number of hospitalized patients with COVID-19 one week ago was 386 across the three hospitals. Hospital staff says 96% of these patients hospitalized with COVID-19 are unvaccinated.

As of Aug. 19, here are 366 patients hospitalized with COVID-19 across the three Ascension St. Vincent’s hospitals. For context, the number of hospitalized patients with COVID-19 one week ago was 411 across three hospitals.  

As of Aug. 8, 2021, there are 413 patients hospitalized with COVID-19 across the three Ascension St. Vincent’s hospitals. This is an increase of 13 patients since yesterday. For additional context, the number of hospitalized patients with COVID-19 one week ago was 353 across the three hospitals. Of these 413 patients, 117 are in an ICU. The number of patients hospitalized with COVID-19 is 217% of the highest previous peak in January 2021. Roughly 98% of these patients hospitalized with COVID-19 are unvaccinated.

As of August 9, 2021 there are 428 patients hospitalized with COVID-19 across the three Ascension St. Vincent’s hospitals. This is an increase of 15 patients since yesterday. For additional context, the number of hospitalized patients with COVID-19 one week ago was 355 across the three hospitals. Of these 428 patients, 126 are in an ICU. The number of patients hospitalized with COVID-19 is 225% of the highest previous peak in January 2021. Roughly 98% of these patients hospitalized with COVID-19 are unvaccinated.

Mayo Clinic

As of Monday, August 9, Mayo Clinic in Florida has seen a 5% decrease of COVID-19 positive in-patients compared to a week ago, August 2, 2021.

The Mayo Clinic reported on July 15 that 95% of outpatient and hospitalized COVID-19 cases are among people who are unvaccinated.

Those numbers have to be understood as part of a wider trend in the state, where COVID cases are on the rise. 

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