ORLANDO, Fla. – A cellular vaccination website was held on the Masjid Al Hayy Mosque in Sanford on Saturday.
The positioning helps supply vaccines to further areas and communities throughout Seminole County.
Earlier than stepping contained in the mosque, guests took off their footwear or wore booties as they waited to obtain their COVID-19 vaccine.
The mosque in Sanford partnered with the well being division and county authorities to get outcomes. They supplied virtually 400 pictures on the cellular vaccination website.
Emergency supervisor Alan Harris stated that is a part of their mission to achieve out to everybody locally.
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Under is a breakdown of Florida COVID-19 information reported by the state on Feb. 27.
The Florida Division of Well being reported 5,469 new instances on Saturday, bringing the state’s total whole to 1,903,682 instances because the virus was first detected on March 1.
Florida reported 118 new virus-related deaths Saturday, elevating the demise toll to 31,280. This quantity contains the 546 non-residents who died in Florida.
As of Saturday afternoon, there have been at present 3,728 folks with the virus hospitalized in Florida, according to the state Agency for Health Care Administration.
Since March, 79,242 folks have been hospitalized in Florida after issues from COVID-19. That quantity contains the 221 new sufferers who’ve been not too long ago hospitalized as a result of virus, in keeping with the well being division’s each day report launched on Thursday.
The p.c of optimistic outcomes was 5.61% Friday. Well being officers say the speed ought to stay between 5% and 10% to show a neighborhood has a maintain of the virus and is curbing infections.
The Florida Division of Well being started releasing a daily report in December on COVID-19 vaccines administered all through the state.
As of Saturday afternoon, 2,973,782 folks have received at least the first dose of a coronavirus vaccine. The FDOH additionally stories that 1,642,800 folks have acquired their second shot.
[READ YESTERDAY’S REPORT: Florida reports 6,500 new COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations drop below 4,000 statewide]
See COVID-19 information for the Central Florida area under:
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