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The Florida Department of Health on Tuesday reported 33 new cases of COVID-19 and three additional deaths in Collier County.

Collier County’s cumulative total of COVID-19 fatalities increased to 205, according to the state. The new cases increased Collier’s overall total to 12,520.

A total of 902 people in Collier County have been hospitalized for COVID-19 as of Tuesday, but that number does not reflect the people currently in the hospital, according to the Florida Department of Health. 

The Florida Department of Health is not reporting how many people have recovered from COVID-19.

Other numbers include the following demographics breakdown for Florida residents:

Age

  • Age Range: 0 to 104
  • Median Age: 40

Gender

  • Male: 6,036
  • Female: 6,324
  • Unknown/No data: 46

Race

  • Black: 770
  • White: 6,240
  • Other: 1,454
  • Unknown/No Data: 3,942

Ethnicity

  • Hispanic: 4,941
  • Non-Hispanic: 3,470
  • Unknown/No Data: 3,995

Residency

  • Residents: 12,406
  • Non-residents: 114

City of residence (if known)

  • Naples: 9,218
  • Immokalee: 2,322
  • Missing: 549
  • Marco Island: 197
  • Ave Maria: 77
  • Ochopee: 26
  • Goodland: 7
  • Chokoloskee: 3
  • Everglades City: 3

Tests reported in Collier (through Sept. 22)

  • Total tested: 77,072
  • Positive: 12,406
  • Negative: 64,571
  • Awaiting testing: 52
  • Inconclusive: 95
  • Percent positive: 16%

View yesterday’s report

Sept. 21:Department of Health reports 21 new cases, no new deaths