Florida reports lowest COVID-19 death toll since June


Central Florida detailed a low number of deaths and hospitalizations Sunday when the Florida Department of Health delivered their day by day report. The total number of cases in the state is now 621,586.

As indicated by health authorities, Florida announced 2,583 new COVID-19 cases Sunday, bringing the state’s running completely from March to 621,586 cases. Florida likewise announced 14 new COVID-19 death Sunday. The new deaths bring Florida’s death from the virus up to 11,263. The FDOH reported 96 new hospitalizations on Sunday, bringing the overall total to 38,410 since March.

People who test positive for COVID-19 will no symptoms at all or mild symptoms of deaths. passings ascribed to the infection. Therefore, it is necessary to monitor hospitalizations and deaths attributed to the virus. As of Sunday afternoon, there were 3,792 patients currently hospitalized with coronavirus in Florida, according to the state Agency for Healthcare Administration.


Central Florida cases on different counties along with COVID-19 deaths,

Seminole County: 7,934 cases, 172 deaths

Orange County: 35,449 cases, 370 deaths

Osceola County: 10,988 cases, 128 deaths


Brevard County: 7,132 cases, 207 deaths

Volusia County: 9,174 cases, 187 deaths

Lake County: 6,275 cases, 103 deaths

Sumter County: 1,819 cases, 48 deaths

Polk County: 16,692 cases, 429 deaths

Marion County: 8,321 cases, 169 deaths

Flagler County: 1,288 cases, 15 deaths

Alachua County: 5,117 cases, 31 deaths

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Written by Charles Stillwater

Mr. Charles has worked with BBC for several years before joining as chief editor for Orlando Solution. He is a father of two beautiful daughters and currently living in the beautiful city of Orlando. He likes to play basketball in his free time.

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