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• WMFE is monitoring the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, including a removal of the age limit on the Orange County drive-up testing site and new projections that the virus could kill anywhere from 100,000 to 240,000 Americans. Read More »
• Florida cases top 4,000 Matthew Peddie, WMFE Florida now has 4,038 coronavirus cases. Updated figures from the Florida Department of Health on Saturday afternoon show 567 people have been hospitalized, and 56 people have died from COVID-19 Miami Dade has 1097 cases, the most of any Florida county. Central Florida cases: Orange- 213 cases Osceola–74 cases Seminole–68 cases Volusia–44 cases Polk–37 cases Brevard–27 cases Sumter- 40 cases Lake- 34 cases Marion–18 cases 11-month-old child among the latest coronavirus cases in Orange County The 213 coronavirus cases in Orange County include an 11 month old child. Dr. Raul Pino, director of the county health department said no other details were available about the case. “To those parents who probably are scared … Read More »
• WMFE is monitoring the spread of coronavirus in Florida and it’s local impacts. We’re updating this story throughout the day with information from Orlando and surrounding Central Florida cities and communities. Read More »