– Gypsy C. Gallardo for Power Broker Media Group
UPDATED WITH MARCH 30, 2020 5 PM DATA
We have yet to see whether Pinellas County’s #StayAtHome order is making an impact. It went into effect on March 27 (last Friday). In a press conference the day before, St. Petersburg Mayor Rick Kriseman asked for all non-essential movement of his residents to be stilled. His city has the highest number of cases in Pinellas County (28), followed by Clearwater (24), and Largo (21).
Here is a breakdown of the cities of residence for 112 COVID-positive people in Pinellas County (please note, state officials do not provide cities of station for the 17 COVID-positive people who are in Pinellas but who are non-Florida residents).
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