FLORIDA’S PLAN AGAINST COVID -19 1. Protect the Vulnerable 2. Increase Testing 3. Promote Social Distancing 4. Support Hospitals and Protect Health Care Workers 5. Prevent Introduction from Outside of the State
Understanding which groups are most at risk to COVID-19
COVID-Related Fatalities Ages 0-18: ZERO
85% of All COVID- Related Fatalities Have Occurred in Age Group 65+
More COVID- Related Fatalities Over Age 90 Than Under Age 65
ACTIONS TO PROTECT THE VULNERABLE Required comprehensive visitor, staff and vendor screening. ▪ Provided long-term care facilities guidance on restricting and screening visitors in early March. ▪ Issued an Emergency Order on March 11, requiring comprehensive screenings of both staff and visitors at long-term care facilities – formalized many precautions AHCA already asked residential providers to take.
PROTECT THE VULNERABLE (continued) ▪ Mandated face masks be worn by all staff and visitors in facilities on March 18. ▪ Imposed statewide visitor restriction at all long-term care facilities – issued Emergency Order on March 15. ▪ Prohibited hospitals from discharging COVID-positive residents back to a long-term care facility. ▪ Established five COVID-dedicated nursing homes across the state.
COVID-Dedicated Nursing Facilities Holmes Jackson Nassau Gadsden Duval: Dolphin Pointe Walton Hamilton Madison Leon 146 Beds Bay Duval Baker Wakulla Taylor Liberty Clay Gulf Franklin Lafayette Escambia: De Luna Health & Alachua Putnam Dixie Rehab Center Flagler 47 Beds Levy Marion Volusia Lake Citrus Seminole Hernando Orange Pasco Polk: Consulate/Oakbridge Building Osceola 120 Beds Polk Hardee Manatee St. Lucie Highlands De Soto Sarasota Martin Glades Charlotte Charlotte: Port Charlotte Hendry Palm Beach Lee Broward: NSPIRE Healthcare Rehabilitation Center Region 1 Region 7 Lauderhill 39 Beds Region 2 Region 8 Broward 60 Beds Collier Region 3 Region 9 Dade Region 4 Region 10 Region 5 Region 11 Region 6 The facilities listed have executed agreements for COVID-dedicated buildings and/or wings.
PROTECT THE VULNERABLE (continued) Long-Term Care (LTC) Facility Monitoring & On-Site Visits ▪ RAPID EMERGENCY SUPPORT TEAMS (REST): Deployed to over 581 facilities to assist with infection prevention and control ▪ VETERAN ADMINISTRATION (VA) TEAMS: Assisted at 49 long-term care facilities serving 5,761 patients ▪ AHCA INSPECTIONS: Nearly 1,500 onsite visits and more than 17,000 calls to residential providers ▪ AMBULANCE ASSESSMENT TEAMS: Visited over 3,900 facilities to complete needs assessments
PROTECT THE VULNERABLE (continued) Personal Protective Equipment Distribution ▪ To date, DEM has delivered: ▪ More than 10 million masks ▪ 1 million gloves ▪ More than 500,000 face shields ▪ 160,000 gowns
1 MILLION+ PEOPLE TESTED IN FL Florida has tested 1,050,671 people, which is 1 for every 20 people. % of tests that come back positive for new cases in the last two weeks has ranged between 0.62% and 5.69% . In Florida, 94% to 99% of people who are tested are coming back negative .
PROACTIVE TESTING IN LONG-TERM CARE FACILITIES Florida National Guard (FLNG) and Florida Department of Health (DOH) Teams have tested more than 106,000 residents and staff in 1,415 facilities. Mobile Testing Lab deployed to further assist the state’s proactive testing efforts; the lab can support up to 500 tests per day with a 45-minute turnaround. ▪ Began conducting testing the first week of May in Miami-Dade County and has tested more than 3,900 long-term care staff and residents to date.
WALK-UP TESTING SITES HELP ENSURE ACCESS IN UNDERSERVED AREAS More than 44,629 tests have been conducted to-date at our 17 state-supported walk-up sites: Miramar, Broward County Orange County (mobile testing unit rotates every day to new site): ▪ ▪ Mitchell Moore Park, Broward County Jay Blanchard Park ▪ ▪ North Lauderdale, Broward County South Econ Community Park ▪ ▪ Urban League, Broward County Camping World Stadium ▪ ▪ Legends Center, Duval County Barnett Park ▪ ▪ Lee Davis Community Resource Center, West Orange Park ▪ ▪ Hillsborough County Legacy Middle School, Orange County ▪ SouthShore Community Resource Center, Lakemont Elementary School, Orange County ▪ ▪ Hillsborough County Robert L. Taylor Community Center, Sarasota County ▪ FAMU Bragg Memorial Football Stadium, Leon Florida Atlantic University, Palm Beach County ▪ ▪ County Lincoln Park, Manatee County ▪ Holy Family Catholic Church, Dade County ▪ Opa-Locka, Dade County ▪ Lakeside Hospital, Palm Beach County ▪
DRIVE-THRU TESTING SITES Drive-thru sites have the capacity for 400-750 tests per day and have performed over 203,000 tests to-date across our 15 state-supported sites: Miami Hard Rock Stadium, Dade County Sarasota University Town Center Mall, Sarasota County ▪ ▪ Marlins Stadium, Dade County CenturyLink Sports Complex, Lee County ▪ ▪ Miami Beach Convention Center, Dade County TIAA Bank Stadium Lot J, Duval County ▪ ▪ CB Smith Park, Broward County Orange County Convention Center, Orange County ▪ ▪ War Memorial, Broward County University of West Florida Softball Complex, Escambia ▪ ▪ FITTEAM Ballpark of the Palm Beaches, Palm Beach County ▪ County Eastern Florida State College, Brevard County ▪ South County Civic Center Delray Beach, Palm Beach University High School, Volusia County ▪ ▪ County Raymond James Stadium, Hillsborough County ▪
ANTIBODY (SEROLOGY) TESTING FOR FIRST RESPONDERS The state has also deployed antibody testing for first responders to five drive-thru sites located in Palm Beach, Miami-Dade, Orange and Duval counties. The sites with antibody tests include: ▪ FITTEAM Ballpark of the Palm Beaches ▪ Hard Rock Stadium ▪ Miami Beach Convention Center ▪ Orange County Convention Center ▪ TIAA Bank Field Lot J
STORE TESTING SITES Florida is partnering with The Home Depot and Publix to establish six additional COVID-19 testing sites capable of 100 tests per day. Publix: The Home Depot: Publix at Port Charlotte Crossing 9820 Glades Rd 4265 Tamiami Trail Boca Raton, FL 33434 Port Charlotte, FL 33980 Publix at Coral Ridge Additional Sites Coming Soon 11600 W. Sample Road Coral Springs, FL 33065 Publix at Saxon Crossings 2100 Saxon Blvd Deltona, FL 32725
STATEWIDE COVID POSITIVE ICU HOSPITALIZATIONS April 12 vs. June 2 838 50% 800 700 600 500 417 400 300 12-Apr 2-Jun Hospitalization data as reported by facilities to AHCA Emergency Status System (ESS).
STATEWIDE COVID POSITIVE ON VENTILATORS April 12 vs. June 2 650 594 600 65% 550 500 450 400 350 300 250 207 200 150 12-Apr 2-Jun Ventilator data as reported by facilities to AHCA Emergency Status System (ESS).
ORIGINAL PHASE 1 COUNTIES Included 64 counties with a total population of approximately 15 million . If those counties were a state, it would be the 5th largest state in the nation.
ORIGINAL PHASE 1 COUNTIES COVID POSITIVE ICU HOSPITALIZATIONS April 12 vs. June 2 400 358 45% 350 300 250 196 200 150 100 12-Apr 2-Jun Hospitalization data as reported by facilities to AHCA Emergency Status System (ESS). “Original Phase 1 Counties" includes all Florida counties except Broward, Miami -Dade, and Palm Beach Counties.
ORIGINAL PHASE 1 COUNTIES COVID POSITIVE ON VENTILATORS April 9 vs. June 2 256 250 70% 200 150 100 77 50 9-Apr 2-Jun Ventilator data as reported by facilities to AHCA Emergency Status System (ESS). “Original Phase 1 Counties" includes all Florida counties except Broward, Miami -Dade, and Palm Beach Counties.
COVID CASES June 2, 2020 COVID Cases per 100,000 2,200 1910.76 2,000 1811.69 1,800 1,600 1406.82 1,400 1198.78 1,200 956.72 1,000 800 576.08 569.43 600 400 165.08 200 0 New York New Jersey Massachusetts Connecticut Illinois Michigan Pennsylvania Original Phase 1 Counties Florida case number data from FL DOH, other state cases number data from covidtracking.com, population data from US Census Bureau. Phase 1 (Excludes Broward, Miami-Dade, Palm Beach)
COVID FATALITIES June 2, 2020 Fatalities per 100,000 180 154.15 160 132.08 140 111.18 120 102.07 100 80 55.23 60 43.73 42.71 40 20 7.48 0 New York New Jersey Connecticut Massachusetts Michigan Pennsylvania Illinois Original Phase 1 Counties Population data from US Census Bureau. Florida Phase 1 Cases & Fatality data from FL DOH. State Fatalities data from worldometers.info. State COVID Cases data from covidtracking.com. Phase 1 (Excludes Broward, Miami-Dade, Palm Beach)
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