Take a look at all that has happened with coronavirus in Florida in the last 185 days.

Gov. Ron DeSantis announces the first two Floridians have tested positive for coronavirus - one in Hillsborough County and one Manatee County man who had contact with someone who tested positive.

March 1

The Florida Department of Health issues guidelines to stop the spread of the coronavirus, asking residents not to travel to certain areas overseas.

March 2

The third case of coronavirus is reported in Florida, also located in Hillsborough. The woman contracted the virus from her sister, the 29-year-old Hillsborough County woman who was diagnosed after traveling to Italy. The Florida Department of Health also sets up a coronavirus hotline so residents can call to get their questions answered.

March 3

At a news conference, DeSantis says that the risk of contracting the coronavirus is low for Floridians, with only five confirmed cases in the state at the time.

March 4

Two people, both in their 70s, are the first to die of the virus in Florida.

March 5

DeSantis declares a state of emergency to create a pathway to receive federal funding and resources for COVID-19.

March 9

State univerisities move to remote learning while Gov. DeSantis limits who can visit nursing homes and assisted living facilities. After declaring COVID-19 a pandemic, the CDC provides $27 million to stop the virus’ spread in Florida.

March 11

Universal Orlando Resort and Disney World close their parks effective March 15.

March 13

The Florida Department of Education announces that public schools must take an additional week off after spring break, in hopes of resuming classes on March 30.

March 13

Tampa Mayor Jane Castor orders the city's restaurants and bars to cut occupancy by half and close by 10 p.m.

March 16

St. Petersburg Mayor Rick Kriseman banned any events consisting of more than 50 people, reducing capacity of local businesses by half, and enforcing a "last call" time of 9 p.m.

March 16

With 261 confirmed cases in the state, DeSantis orders all bars and nightclubs to shut down state-wide.

March 17

Gov. DeSantis orders that all restaurants switch to take-out and delivery options only.

March 20

Florida cases surpass the 1k mark with 1,007 diagnosed with coronavirus.

March 22

DeSantis orders that anyone flying into the stat from New York, New Jersey or Connecticut must self-isolate for 14 days.

March 23

The Hillsborough County Emergency Policy Group unanimously agrees to issue a “Safer-at-Home” Executive Order in an effort to help slow the spread of COVID-19 coronavirus in the community.

March 26

The Florida Department of Health reports that 4,950 people have tested positive for COVID-19 and 60 deaths.

March 29

St. Petersburg Mayor Rick Kriseman calls for Gov. DeSantis to issue a statewide stay-at-home order.

March 31

DeSantis issues a statewide stay-at-home order that will go into effect later that week.

April 1

DeSantis allows some beaches and parks to reopen.

April 17

DeSantis announces that schools will remain closed for the remainder of the academic year.

April 18

The Florida Department of Economic Opportunity struggles to keep up with the sharp influx of unemployment claims. The Re-Open Florida Task Force meets for the first time to discuss data about the financial impact of the virus. DeSantis says Florida's curve is flattening while cases in the state reach 27,058.

April 20

The Florida Department of Economic Opportunity announces that more than one million Floridians have applied for unemployment benefits since the pandemic reached the state.

April 23

More than 1,170 people have died from COVID-19 in Florida as Gov. Ron DeSantis visits the White House and plans to make announcements on the state's reopening.

April 28

DeSantis announces that the stay-at-home order will lift for most of the state on May 4.

April 29

The Hillsborough County Emergency Policy Group votes 7-1 to rescind its local stay-at-home order, with Tampa Mayor Jane Castor being the only vote against recinding the order.

April 30

Hillsborough's stay-at-home order is lifted as Florida begins its reopening with a total of 36,897 coronavirus cases statewide. Restaurants and retailers can operate at a limited capacity.

May 4

DeSantis says that Florida will begin full phase one of reopening, allowing gyms and restaurants to operate at 50% capacity, starting May 18.

May 15

Universal Studios announces that it will begin reopening its properties on June 5.

May 22

Disney and SeaWorld get approval to open at limited capactiy in July and June, respectively.

May 29

DeSantis announces that phase two of reopening will begin June 5.

June 3

Pasco County Administrator Dan Biles issues an executive order requiring everyone in Pasco County to use face coverings while indoors at a public business or county government facility, effective immediately.

June 23

Pinellas County officials issue an emergency ordinance requiring face coverings for indoor public spaces.

June 24

With nearly 9,000 new cases that day, Florida officials announce that Florida bars will no longer be able to serve alcohol for on-site consumption, unless they make more than half their revenue from food sales.

June 26

The Florida Department of Health reports a record 11,458 new cases of coronavirus.

July 4

Hillsborough County officials order that masks are required indoors. The same day, Gov. DeSantis issues an order is issued requiring Florida schools to open at least five days a week for in-person learning starting August, saying he believes the virus has "stabilized" in Florida.

July 6

Florida hospitals are running out of ICU beds as coronavirus cases continue to surge, AHCA data shows.

July 8

DeSantis announces that 100 contract nurses will be coming to the Tampa Bay area as the area continues to host a surge of new coronavirus cases.

July 9

In Florida, 52 hospitals report having no available ICU beds, with less than 25 remaining in Pinellas County.

July 10

Florida reports a record 15,299 new cases.

July 12

Polk County School Board announces it will delay the start of the 2020-2021 school year until Aug. 24.

July 14

Pasco County School Board also approves a two-week delay to the start of the school year, with reopening now scheduled for Aug. 24.

July 21

Florida reported 173 new coronavirus-related deaths, breaking the state’s record for the highest single-day death toll. The state now has a total of 5,518 deaths.

July 23

Sources: WFLA reports