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CountyCountCountCountCountCountCountCountCountCountCount
Florida13153550708
Alachua0000000003
Baker0000000000
Bay0000000000
Bradford0000000000
Brevard0000000000
Broward0102000100
Calhoun0000000000
Charlotte0000000000
Citrus0000000000
Clay0000000000
Collier0000100000
Columbia0000000000
Miami-Dade0030400001
DeSoto0000000000
Dixie0000000000
Duval0110000000
Escambia0000000000
Flagler0000000000
Franklin0000000000
Gadsden0000000000
Gilchrist0000000000
Glades0000000000
Gulf0000000000
Hamilton0000000000
Hardee0000000000
Hendry0000000000
Hernando0000000000
Highlands0000000000
Hillsborough1000000000
Holmes0000000000
Indian River0000030000
Jackson0000000000
Jefferson0000000000
Lafayette0000000000
Lake0000000001
Lee0000000000
Leon0000000000
Levy0000000000
Liberty0000000000
Madison0000000000
Manatee0000000000
Marion0000000000
Martin0000000000
Monroe0000000000
Nassau0000000000
Okaloosa0000000000
Okeechobee0000000000
Orange0000000401
Osceola0000000001
Palm Beach0000000000
Pasco0000000000
Pinellas0170000000
Polk0001000000
Putnam0000000000
St. Johns0000000000
St. Lucie0000020000
Santa Rosa0000000001
Sarasota0040000000
Seminole0000000200
Sumter0000000000
Suwannee0000000000
Taylor0000000000
Union0000000000
Volusia0000000000
Wakulla0000000000
Walton0000000000
Washington0000000000
Unknown0000000000
FLHealthCharts.gov is provided by the Florida Department of Health, Division of Public Health Statistics and Performance Management.
Data Source: Florida Department of Health, Bureau of Epidemiology
5/17/2022 7:24:49 AM
Data Note(s)
  • This disease became reportable prior to 1992. Counts and rates include confirmed and probable cases of Measles (Rubeola) (Merlin code 05590).
  • Data presented here are from Merlin, Florida's web-based reportable disease surveillance system. Note that any data prior to 1992 are not maintained in Merlin and should be interpreted with caution.
  • Data in this report are aggregated by the date the case was reported to the Bureau of Epidemiology, Florida Department of Health. Cases are assigned to Florida counties based on the county of residence at the time of the disease identification, regardless of where they became ill or were hospitalized, diagnosed, or exposed.
  • Reports for reportable disease data are produced weekly, monthly, and annually. To access these reports, visit Surveillance Publications. More detailed information on interpreting data can be found in the introduction section of the annual reports. For questions, please contact the Bureau of Epidemiology at (850) 245-4401.
  • This is primary, quantitative data.