Tracking Florida’s Available Adult ICU Beds By County

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As hospitals treat thousands of COVID-19 patients, the state Agency for Health Care Administration updates information about available intensive-care unit beds. As of about 6 p.m. Monday, 19.7 percent of adult intensive-care unit beds statewide were available, but numbers varied by county.

Here were county-by-county percentages of available adult ICU beds as of Monday:

— Hendry County: 100 percent

— Martin County: 65.2 percent

— Walton County: 47.8 percent

— Monroe County: 46.2 percent

— Highlands County: 43.3 percent

— Santa Rosa County: 40.9 percent

— St. Johns County: 40.9 percent

— DeSoto County: 37.5 percent

— Jackson County: 33.3 percent

— Palm Beach County: 33.1 percent

— Lee County: 32.1 percent

— Orange County; 28 percent

— Sarasota County: 27.8 percent

— Osceola County: 27.6 percent

— Bay County: 25.7 percent

— Collier County: 24.1 percent

— Volusia County: 23.1 percent

— Brevard County: 22.5 percent

— Citrus County: 22.5 percent

— Flagler County: 22.2 percent

— Hernando County: 20.6 percent

— Polk County: 20.3 percent

— Clay County: 20 percent

— Duval County: 19.9 percent

— Sumter County: 19.5 percent

— Lake County: 19.2 percent

— Hillsborough County: 17.1 percent

— Broward County: 16.9 percent

— Miami-Dade County: 16.7 percent

— Alachua County: 16.6 percent

— Indian River County: 16.1 percent

— Pinellas County: 14.2 percent

— Okaloosa County: 13 percent

— Manatee County: 9.5 percent

— Escambia County: 8 percent

— St. Lucie County: 6.7 percent

— Charlotte County: 5.8 percent

— Marion County: 5.8 percent

— Leon County: 2.8 percent

— Pasco County: 2 percent

— Seminole County: 1.4 percent

— Columbia County: 0.0 percent

— Nassau County: 0.0 percent

— Okeechobee County: 0.0 percent

— Putnam County: 0.0 percent

Source: Florida Agency for Health Care Administration

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