There are currently 42 Florida hospitals that are at zero capacity for intensive care unit beds.
This is down from 56 hospitals reported on Tuesday, according to Florida's Agency for Healthcare Administration (AHCA).
On Wednesday, 54 hospitals around the state were at 10% capacity or less, according to the AHCA dashboard.
"Hospitals have the ability to convert beds and bring additional ICU beds online in a surge situation when necessary," the AHCA said in a statement to CNN.
Boca Raton Hospital in Palm Beach County normally has 230 adult ICU beds, there are just 11 available; lowering their capacity to 4.56%, according to AHCA.
Miami-Dade County has 992 adult ICU beds in its hospitals but currently 170 are available, 17.14% capacity, AHCA data shows.
"The state has established a field hospital at the Miami Beach Convention Center with over 450 beds to allow for even greater capacity if necessary," the AHCA statement said.