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Crime Coronavirus Latest: Florida Death Toll Rises To 13, Officials Say

23:10  22 march  2020
23:10  22 march  2020 Source:   patch.com

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The death toll from confirmed cases of the coronavirus worldwide stood at 3,085 on Monday evening, according to a coronavirus dashboard run by Johns The number is expected to rise significantly as testing becomes more pervasive. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has expanded

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a close up of a plant: Florida has confirmed its 13th coronavirus fatality. As of Sunday morning, the state has 830 confirmed cases of COVID-19. © Shutterstock Florida has confirmed its 13th coronavirus fatality. As of Sunday morning, the state has 830 confirmed cases of COVID-19.

TAMPA, FL — Florida health officials on Sunday confirmed that 13 people with COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus, have died.

The state continues to see a rise in positive coronavirus cases and deaths: on Saturday, officials tallied 658 confirmed cases and 12 deaths. According to Florida's Department of Health, 830 people are now infected with the virus.

Case data is updated at approximately 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. daily.

Broward County has the most confirmed cases in the state with 180 testing positive. Miami-Dade County has 177 cases and Palm Beach County has 59 cases. Those three South Florida counties account for more than half of all Florida cases.

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Washington state announced four more coronavirus deaths on Monday, bringing the total death toll in the United States to six, officials said , as the virus continues Here are the latest developments: The U.S. death toll rose to six on Monday, with the number of cases topping 100 across 15 states .

Coronavirus Death Toll . 9,285 deaths . 9,285 people have died so far from the coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak as of March 19, 2020, 13 :21 GMT. There are currently 226,525 confirmed cases in 176 countries and territories .

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