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Florida reports 9,642 new cases and 179 new deaths



As of 11 am on Saturday, there have been 480,028 positive cases of coronavirus Recorded In the state. The number of cases includes 474,621 Florida residents and 5,407 non-Florida residents. According to data from the Florida Department of Health, Florida has a total of 7022 resident deaths, 122 non-resident deaths and 26,972 hospitalizations.

3,684,875 tests were conducted in Florida. A total of 480,028 tests returned positive, while 3,199,415 tests returned negative. According to the FDOH website, the rest are still pending or inconclusive.

* Figures are released by DOH at approximately 11 am every day

Interstate number

total Recorded Case: 480,028 (previously 470,386)
Number of deaths among Florida residents: 7,022 (previously 6,843)
Non-resident deaths: 1

22 (previously 123) * 1 death is abridged

  • Of 9,642 New cases reported on Saturday
  • Total 179 New residents were reported dead on Saturday
  • -1 New non-resident deaths were reported on Saturday

Southwest Florida Number

total Recorded SWFL cases: 30,228 (previously 29,639)
Death toll: 567 (previously 556)

  • 294 in total New cases reported on Saturday
  • 11 There are new death reports on Saturday

Lee County: 15,551 (previously 15,416)-300 deaths (5 new)
Collier County: 9,662 (previously 9,581)-124 deaths (2 new)
Charlotte County: 1,984 (previously 1,946)-89 deaths (3 new births)
De Soto County: 1,285 (previously 1,264)-15 deaths (1 new)
Glades County: 391 (previously 389)-3 deaths
Hendry County: 1,649 (previously 1,632)-36 deaths

Click here to view SWFL case analysis-updated daily.


Resources

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#Gulfshore强: Include people who make a difference in SWFL

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Report COVID-19 diagnosis/test: International Self-Report System


If you feel unwell:

The Florida Department of Health has opened a 24-hour COVID-19 call center at 1-866-779-6121. Questions can also be emailed to [email protected]. The email reply will be sent within the call center time.

link: Florida Department of Health COVID-19 Update

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