Your Tuesday Coronavirus Update: Florida Reports 5,937 New Coronavirus Cases, 95 Additional Deaths
Florida reported 5,937 new cases today, bringing the total number of cases in the state to 2,326,755.
The Sunshine State also added 95 new COVID-19 related deaths, which means the death toll is now at 36,869 residents. More than 95,200 people have been hospitalized.
Some 10,344,328 people in the state have been vaccinated with either the Pfizer, Moderna or Johnson & Johnson vaccines.
The Florida Health Department didn’t report any coronavirus data over the Memorial Holiday weekend making today’s numbers the first to be reported since last Friday.
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Plan For Your Great National Park Trip
With the COVID-19 pandemic apparently coming to a close, many Americans are preparing for a no-holds-barred summer filled with many activities that the coronavirus has outlawed for more than a year. Here are some tips from the National Park Service to help visitors make the most of their trip. Read more here.
Peruvian Officials More Than Double COVID Death Toll, Saying They Undercounted
Government officials in Peru announced on Monday the country’s official COVID-19 death toll had been far lower than the real number. Read more here.
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