Brevard County Coronavirus Cases Jump To 20

The coronavirus, also known as COVID-19. Credit: CDC

UPDATE: Brevard County Cases Jump To 28

BREVARD COUNTY, Florida – The number of cases of coronavirus in Brevard County jumped from 16 to 20 on Friday, March 27, 2020, the Florida Department of Health announced.

The four new Brevard cases announced today are 3 males and a female.

Their age and city have not been disclosed.

354 people in Brevard have tested negative and 20 positive to date.

The other Brevard County coronavirus cases are located in:

Melbourne 7

Titusville 2

Indian Harbour Beach 2

Palm Bay 2

Cocoa Beach 2

Cocoa 1

Mims 1

Merritt Island 1

Satellite Beach 1

Here is the detailed breakdown of what we know about the other coronavirus cases in Brevard County:

76-year-old female; travel-related; prior travel to NY; contact with a confirmed case.

32-year-old male Northrop Grumman employee; travel-related; prior travel to PA, UT; no contact with a confirmed case.

Anita Unrath, a 64-year-old female from Suntree; travel-related; prior travel to DC, FL, NY, PA; unknown if contact with a confirmed case.

49-year-old male; not travel-related.

73-year-old male; not travel-related.

32-year-old female; not travel-related.

64-year-old male; prior travel to Haiti; no contact with a confirmed case.

52-year-old female; prior travel to Canada; unknown if contact with a confirmed case.

38-year-old male; prior travel to NY; unknown if contact with a confirmed case.

30-year-old male; prior travel to DC; no contact with a confirmed case.

64-year-old male; prior travel to DC; FL; NY; PA;

45-year-old male nontravel-related

1-year-old male nontravel-related

68-year-old male; prior travel to CO, FL, NM; unknown if contact with a confirmed case.

62-year-old female; prior travel to NY; unknown if contact with a confirmed case.

40-year-old male nontravel-related

55-year-old female; not travel-related

55-year-old male; not travel-related.

As of March 27, 2020, there are 3,198 coronavirus cases in Florida and 46 deaths.