The Florida Department of Health website showed a 14th positive case of the COVID-19 virus in Hendry County on Friday. The seven men and seven women documented range in age from 28 to 72. All but one are Clewiston residents.
According to the Hendry County Department of Health, four of the 14 individuals who tested positive have recovered and are no longer required to be under isolation.
As of Friday afternoon, 175 persons were tested for COVID-19 in Hendry County with 161 testing negative.
Okeechobee County has 5 positive cases, including an Okeechobee resident who was tested in Tampa and remained there for self isolation. According to the FDOH report, 166 persons have been tested with 161 negative. Positive cases include three women and two men and range in age from 33 to 74.
Glades County has four cases, three men and one woman, ranging in age from 30 to 89. One Glades County resident has died. Twenty-two people in Glades County have been tested with 18 testing negative.