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City of Orlando launches new COVID-19 data tracker

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The City of Orlando has launched a new online COVID-19 data tracker that shares up-to-date positive cases within city limits.

Mayor Dyer stated via a press release that, “we’ve put this data at the fingertips of our first responders so they know immediately when they may be responding to an area that has a positive COVID-19 case to allows for them to take any additional precautions that may be necessary to further ensure their safety and the safety of the public.” 

The new platform, available HERE, includes information on the total number of COVID-19 positive cases city-wide and breakdown by neighborhood in a map, showing where the cases are concentrated the most.

According to the data on the website, the neighborhoods with the most confirmed cases of COVID-19 include:

  • Airport North – 28 cases
  • South Semoran – 22 cases
  • Metro West – 21 cases
  • Millenia – 15 cases
  • Vista East – 14 cases

The new data tracker platform will be updated every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday with the most recent data provided by the Florida Department of Health.

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The City of Orlando has launched a new online COVID-19 data tracker that shares up-to-date positive cases within city limits.

Mayor Dyer stated via a press release that, “we’ve put this data at the fingertips of our first responders so they know immediately when they may be responding to an area that has a positive COVID-19 case to allows for them to take any additional precautions that may be necessary to further ensure their safety and the safety of the public.” 

The new platform, available HERE, includes information on the total number of COVID-19 positive cases city-wide and breakdown by neighborhood in a map, showing where the cases are concentrated the most.

According to the data on the website, the neighborhoods with the most confirmed cases of COVID-19 include:

  • Airport North – 28 cases
  • South Semoran – 22 cases
  • Metro West – 21 cases
  • Millenia – 15 cases
  • Vista East – 14 cases

The new data tracker platform will be updated every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday with the most recent data provided by the Florida Department of Health.