The Florida Department of Health in Monroe County confirmed the third COVID-19-related death in Monroe County, a 75-year-old male resident who had underlying chronic conditions.
There are currently 52 positive COVID-19 cases in the Keys. 46 are residents and six are non-residents. 26 are men and 26 are women. 25 are from Key West, 9 from Key Largo, four from Tavernier, three in Marathon, and one from each of Islamorada, Summerland Key and Key Colony Beach. Two cases are missing a city.
Twenty-one are travel-related, 19 are community-acquired and 12 are under investigation.
The age range of those affected is 14 to 80, with the median age being 52.
As of 12 p.m. on April 9, there have been three deaths and seven hospitalizations.