Your Thursday Coronavirus Update: Florida Reports 4,504 New Cases, 71 Additional Deaths
Florida reported 4,504 new coronavirus cases today for a total of 2,258,433 cases.
According to data collected by Johns Hopkins University and analyzed by NPR, the average daily caseload this week is 4,483 cases a day.
That’s an 18 percent decrease from last week’s daily caseload and a 26 percent decrease from daily case numbers two weeks ago.
The state also added 71 deaths for a total death toll of 35,549 residents. More than 91,600 people have been hospitalized.
Some 9,101,152 Floridians have been vaccinated.
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Disney And Universal End Temperature Checks For Guests
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On The Road, At The Ballpark: Americans Celebrate Vaccinations, Lifting Businesses
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Florida Gov. DeSantis To Unemployed: Start Looking For A Job
Floridians receiving unemployment benefits will soon have to provide proof that they’re looking for a job. Read more here.