According to the Orlando Sentinel, “Communities are labeled hotspots if they have “reached a threshold of disease activity considered as being of high burden.” Orange is the only county in the Orlando metropolitan area that has this designation, one of two in Central Florida and one of four in the state.”
13,530 new coronavirus cases were reported by the Florida Department of Health across the state this week.
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Orange County’s positivity rate has risen to 2.6%, which is below the 5% threshold previously set by the CDC to determine mask mandates and reopenings.
Both Walt Disney World and Universal Orlando Resort are in Orange County.