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Florida confirms 3,449 new cases Friday, 94 deaths from residents



Florida reported an increase of 3,449 cases of COVID-19 on Friday, along with 94 more deaths from residents.

The state now has up to 748,437 confirmed cases of deaths from COVID-19 and 15,830 residents, according to the health department’s dashboard. At least 200 non-residents have also died in Florida, and the state has reported 46,862 admissions attributed to the new coronavirus since the onset of the outbreak.

The state positivity rate from yesterday’s test was 4.38%, according to the health department.

The recently confirmed deaths include 1

9 in Miami-Dade County, eight in Broward and six in Palm Beach County.

The Florida Department of Health on Wednesday released a new batch of data on COVID-19 infections at Florida schools across the country.

A look at COVID-19 percent positivity over Florida in recent days.
A look at COVID-19 percent positivity over Florida in recent days. (Florida Department of Health)

County after county

MIAMI-DADE

Sager: 177,339 (+530)

Deaths: 3,520 (+19)

Yesterday’s positivity: 4.11%

BROWARD

Sager: 80,443 (+331)

Deaths: 1,500 (+8)

Yesterday’s positivity: 3.96%

MONROE

Length: 2,022 (+20)

Deaths: 24 (unchanged)

Yesterday’s positivity: 7.81%

PALM BEACH

Sager: 48,674 (+178)

Deaths: 1,478 (+6)

Yesterday’s positivity: 3.37%

For more detailed data on each county from the latest Florida Department of Health report, click here.

Latest totals

The United States has passed 7.9 million confirmed cases with over 217,000 deaths from COVID-19, the highest number in the world. Over 3.1 million Americans have been considered recycled, according to data compiled from various sources by Johns Hopkins University.

Worldwide, the number of reported COVID-19 cases has exceeded 39 million. There have been more than 1 million deaths worldwide attributed to the pandemic, of which over 26.9 million have been declared recovered.

Florida’s daily new cases have developed as follows:

  • Friday: 3,449
  • Thursday: 3,356
  • Wednesday: 2,883
  • Tuesday: 2,725
  • Monday: 1,533
  • October 11: 5,570
  • October 10: The state provided no updated information
  • October 9: 2,908
  • October 8: 3,306
  • October 7: 2,582
  • October 6: 2,251
  • October 5: 1,415
  • October 4: 1,844
  • October 3: 2,811
  • October 2: 2,660
  • October 1: 2,628
  • September 30: 1,948
  • September 29: 3,266
  • September 28: 738
  • September 27: 1,882
  • September 26: 2,795
  • September 25: 2,847
  • September 24: 2,541
  • September 23: 2,590
  • September 22: 2,470
  • September 21: 1,685
  • September 20: 2,521
  • September 19: 3,573
  • September 18: 3,204
  • September 17: 3,255
  • September 16: 2,355
  • September 15: 3,116
  • September 14: 1,736
  • September 13: 2,431
  • September 12: 3,190
  • September 11: 3,650
  • September 10: 2,583
  • September 9: 2,056
  • September 8: 1,823
  • September 7: 1,838
  • September 6: 2,564
  • September 5: 3,656
  • September 4: 3,198
  • September 3: 3,571
  • September 2: 2,402
  • September 1: 7,569 * (includes a data backlog)
  • August 31: 1,885
  • August 30: 2,583
  • August 29: 3,197
  • August 28: 3,815
  • August 27: 3,269
  • August 26: 3,220
  • August 25: 2,673
  • August 24: 2,258
  • August 23: 2,974
  • August 22: 4,311
  • August 21: 4,684
  • August 20: 4,555
  • August 19: 4,115
  • August 18: 3,838
  • August 17: 2,678
  • August 16: 3,779
  • August 15: 6,532
  • August 14: 6,148
  • August 13: 6,236
  • August 12: 8,109 * (includes a data backlog)
  • August 11: 5,831
  • August 10: 4,155
  • August 9: 6,229
  • August 8: 8,502
  • August 7: 7,686
  • August 6: 7,650
  • August 5: 5,409
  • August 4: 5,446
  • August 3: 4,752
  • August 2: 7,104
  • August 1: 9,642
  • July 31: 9,007
  • July 30: 9,956
  • July 29: 9,446
  • July 28: 9,230
  • July 27: 8,892
  • July 26: 9,344
  • July 25: 12,199
  • July 24: 12,444
  • July 23: 10,249
  • July 22: 9,785
  • July 21: 9,440
  • July 20: 10,347
  • July 19: 12,478
  • July 18: 10,328
  • July 17: 11,466
  • July 16: 13,965
  • July 15: 10,181
  • July 14: 9,194
  • July 13: 12,624
  • July 12: 15,300
  • July 11: 10,360
  • July 10: 11,433
  • July 9: 8,935
  • July 8: 9,989
  • July 7: 7,347
  • July 6: 6,336
  • July 5: 10,059
  • July 4: 11,458
  • July 3: 9,488
  • July 2: 10,109
  • July 1: 6,563
  • June 30: 6,093
  • June 29: 5,266
  • June 28: 8,530
  • June 27: 9,585
  • June 26: 8,942
  • June 25: 5,004
  • June 24: 5,511
  • June 23: 3,289
  • June 22: 2,926
  • June 21: 3,494
  • June 20: 4,049
  • June 19: 3,822
  • June 18: 3,207
  • June 17: 2,610
  • June 16: 2,783
  • June 15: 1,758
  • June 14: 2,016
  • June 13: 2,581
  • June 12: 1,902
  • June 11: 1,698
  • June 10: 1,371
  • June 9: 1,096

Related links

List of cases by city in South Florida

Hospital beds capacity and availability

Coronavirus cases in Florida schools

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