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Crime Florida Coronavirus: By The Numbers

20:50  25 march  2020
20:50  25 march  2020 Source:   msn.com

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

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

TALLAHASSEE (CBSMiami/NSF) – The Florida Department of Health released updated numbers Wednesday about the coronavirus in the state. The update is as of 11 a.m

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Here are some takeaways:

— 1,682: Number of confirmed cases in Florida.

— 511: Increase in cases from a Monday morning count.

— 22: Deaths involving Florida residents, after deaths in Pasco and Sarasota counties.

— 56: Percentage of cases involving men.

— 29: Percentage of cases involving people 65 and older.

— 35: Percentage of cases involving people ages 45 to 64.

— 5: Number of cases involving children under age 5.

— 40: Number of cases involving people in long-term care facilities.

— 16: Number of cases involving people in Broward County long-term care facilities.

Florida coronavirus cases jump by nearly 100, multiple new cases in Central Florida

  Florida coronavirus cases jump by nearly 100, multiple new cases in Central Florida The number of coronavirus cases in Florida jumped by nearly 100 Wednesday morning. The Florida Department of Health reported 98 additional cases of coronavirus on Wednesday morning, bringing the total number of cases to 314. Sign up for our Newsletters Coronavirus in Florida: The latest info Seven people have died of the virus in Florida. The health department’s website shows that there are now nine cases in Orange County, eight cases in Osceola County, seven cases in Seminole County, two cases in Lake County. Sumter County has its first reported case of coronavirus.Volusia County remains at nine cases.

— 15: Number of cases involving people in Duval County long-term care facilities.

216 confirmed coronavirus cases in Florida, 13 in Palm Beach County

  216 confirmed coronavirus cases in Florida, 13 in Palm Beach County According to the Department of Health, there are 216 positive cases of coronavirus in Florida as of Tuesday night. Of those cases, 21 are non-Florida residents. Sign up for our Newsletters Four Florida residents have died from COVID-19. One of those patients died in California. Current Positive Cases in Florida Palm Beach County: 13 cases 9 men, 2 women, 2 no data Age range: 19-76 Of those cases, 7 are travel-related Broward County: 55 cases 25Of those cases, 21 are non-Florida residents.

— 46: Number of counties with confirmed cases.

— 21: Number of counties without confirmed cases.

Source: Florida Department of Health

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Coronavirus Latest: Lakewood Police Arrest Homeowner For Hosting Pop-up Wedding With More Than 50 People .
Earlier in the week, New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy banned gatherings of 50 or more people in an effort to stop the spread of coronavirus. © Provided by CBS Philadelphia Lakewood police have charged 49-year-old Eliyohu Zaks with maintaining a nuisance for hosting the wedding at a home on Spruce Street. “The Lakewood Police is asking that its citizens be responsible and obey the directives set forth by the State of New Jersey for the safety and health of all. Those that choose not to will be subject to criminal prosecution,” police said in a statement.

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