Florida adds 1976 COVID-19 cases, smallest increase in more than a month – fr

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Florida adds 1976 COVID-19 cases, smallest increase in more than a month – fr


The Florida Department of Health reported an increase of 1,976 COVID-19 cases on Monday, the smallest single-day jump since April 12, when the state added 1,613.

58 additional deaths of residents linked to the virus have been confirmed.

Florida has now verified 2,293,980 cases of COVID-19 since the start of the epidemic.

There have been 36,133 resident deaths, according to the latest data from the health department. Another 724 non-residents have died in Florida from COVID-19.

Coronavirus-related deaths reported in the past day include 15 in Miami-Dade County, one in Broward County and 10 in Palm Beach County.

There have been 93,148 resident hospitalizations attributed to the novel coronavirus in the state.

[INFO ON VACCINES: Miami-Dade County sites | Broward County sites]

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At least 9,608,397 people have received COVID-19 vaccines in Florida, with 7,596,222 people in the state fully vaccinated.

The statewide positivity rate for yesterday’s testing was 4.42%.

A snapshot of the statewide positivity rate for new COVID-19 cases across Florida over the past two weeks. (Florida Department of Health)

MIAMI-DADE

Case: 495367 (+464)

Death: 6,319 (+15)

Yesterday’s Positivity: 3.76%

Total number of people vaccinated: 1,392,695

Vaccine run completed: 1,054,688

DISCOVER

Case: 242.199 (+185)

Death: 3012 (+1)

Yesterday’s Positivity: 3.38%

Total number of people vaccinated: 912,733

Vaccine run completed: 703,402

MONROE

Case: 7038 (unchanged)

Death: 49 (unchanged)

Yesterday’s Positivity: 1.45%

Total number of people vaccinated: 40,031

Vaccine run completed: 29,767

PALM BEACH

Case: 146833 (+118

Death: 2,826 (+10)

Yesterday’s Positivity: 4.04%

Total number of people vaccinated: 702,214

Vaccine run completed: 559802

For more detailed data on each county from the latest Florida Department of Health report, click here.

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Globally, the number of reported COVID-19 cases is over 163 million. There have been more than 3.3 million deaths attributed to the pandemic worldwide, according to data compiled by Johns Hopkins University.

The United States has confirmed more than 32.9 million cases and has recorded more than 586,000 deaths from COVID-19, the highest total in the world.

The new cases reported daily in Florida have evolved as follows:

  • May 17: 1976
  • May 16: 2,482
  • May 15: 3,319
  • May 14: 3,590
  • May 13: 4,064
  • May 12: 3,184
  • May 11: 3,263
  • May 10: 2,296
  • May 9: 3,231
  • May 8: 3,977
  • May 7: 4 165
  • May 6: 4,504
  • May 5: 4,394
  • May 4: 3,682
  • May 3: 3,075
  • May 2: 3,841
  • May 1: 5 419
  • 30 avril: 5 306
  • 29 avril: 5 666
  • 28 avril: 5 178
  • 27 avril: 5 271
  • 26 avril: 3 513
  • 25 avril: 4 671
  • 24 avril: 7 411
  • 23 avril: 5 464
  • 22 avril: 6 684
  • 21 avril: 5 571
  • 20 avril: 5 645
  • 19 avril: 4 237
  • 18 avril: 6 834
  • 17 avril: 6 323
  • 16 avril: 7 296
  • 15 avril: 6 762
  • 14 avril: 6 772
  • 13 avril: 9 068
  • 12 avril: 1 613
  • 11 avril: 5 520
  • 10 avril: 6 906
  • 9 avril: 7 121
  • 8 avril: 7 939
  • 7 avril: 5 885
  • 6 avril: 5 556
  • 5 avril: 3 480
  • 4 avril: 4 794
  • 3 avril: 6 017
  • 2 avril: 6 490
  • April 1: 6,790
  • 31 mars: 5 294
  • 30 mars: 5 062
  • 29 mars: 3 374
  • 28 mars: 4 943
  • 27 mars: 5 883
  • 26 mars: 5 750
  • 25 mars: 5 773
  • 24 mars: 5 143
  • 23 mars: 5 302
  • 22 mars: 2 862
  • 21 mars: 3 987
  • 20 mars: 5 105
  • 19 mars: 5 140
  • 18 mars: 5 093
  • 17 mars: 4 599
  • 16 mars: 4 791
  • 15 mars: 2 826
  • 14 mars: 3 699
  • 13 mars: 5 244
  • 12 mars: 5 214
  • 11 mars: 5 065
  • 10 mars: 4 853
  • 9 mars: 4 426
  • 8 mars: 3 312
  • 7 mars: 4 098
  • 6 mars: 4 690
  • 5 mars: 5 975
  • 4 mars: 6 118
  • 3 mars: 6 014
  • 2 mars: 7 179
  • 1 mars: 1 700
  • February 28: 5,539
  • February 27: 5,459
  • February 26: 5,922
  • February 25: 6,640
  • February 24: 7,128
  • February 23: 5,610
  • February 22: 4,151
  • February 21: 5,065
  • February 20: 7,280
  • February 19: 6,683
  • February 18: 5,117
  • February 17: 7,342
  • February 16: 6,297
  • February 15: 3,615
  • February 14: 5,436
  • February 13: 7,515
  • February 12: 7,617
  • February 11: 8,525
  • February 10: 7,537
  • February 9: 7,023
  • February 8: 5,737
  • February 7: 6,624
  • February 6: 7,468
  • February 5: 11,543
  • February 4: 7,711
  • February 3: 6,979
  • February 2: 10,533
  • February 1: 5,730
  • January 31: 7,788
  • January 30: 15,019
  • January 29: 10,976
  • January 28: 11,423
  • January 27: 8,408
  • January 26: 9,594
  • January 25: 8,720
  • January 24: 9,535
  • January 23: 12,311
  • January 22: 13,719
  • January 21: 12,873
  • January 20: 11,914
  • January 19: 9,816
  • January 18: 8,002
  • January 17: 11,093
  • January 16: 12,119
  • January 15: 16,875
  • January 14: 13,720
  • January 13: 13,990
  • January 12: 14,896
  • January 11: 11,576
  • January 10: 12,313
  • January 9: 15,445
  • January 8: 19,530
  • January 7: 19,816
  • January 6: 17,783
  • January 5: 15,431
  • January 4: 11,256
  • January 3: 10,603
  • January 2: 31,518 * (includes cases from January 1)
  • January 1: the state has not provided any updated information
  • December 31: 17,192
  • December 30: 13,871
  • December 29: 12,075
  • December 28: 8,198
  • December 27: 7,391
  • December 26: 17,042 * (includes December 25 cases)
  • December 25: the state has not provided any updated information
  • December 24:13,147
  • December 23: 11,384
  • December 22: 10,434
  • December 21: 11,015
  • December 20: 8,401
  • December 19: 11,682
  • December 18: 13,000
  • December 17:13,148
  • December 16: 11,541
  • December 15: 9,411
  • December 14: 8,452
  • December 13: 8,958
  • December 12: 10,577
  • December 11: 11,699
  • December 10: 11,335
  • December 9: 9,592
  • December 8: 7,985
  • December 7: 7,711
  • December 6: 8,436
  • December 5: 10,431
  • December 4: 10,177
  • December 3: 10,870
  • December 2: 9,994
  • December 1: 8,847
  • November 30: 6,658
  • November 29: 7,363
  • November 28: 6,277
  • November 27: 17,344 * (includes November 26 cases)
  • November 26: the state has not provided any updated information
  • November 25: 8,376
  • November 24: 8,555
  • November 23: 6,331
  • November 22: 6,586
  • November 21: 8,410
  • November 20: 9,085
  • November 19: 9,085
  • November 18: 7,925
  • November 17: 7,459
  • November 16: 4,663
  • November 15: 10,105
  • November 14: 4,544
  • November 13: 6,933
  • November 12: 5,607
  • November 11: 5,838
  • November 10: 4,353
  • November 9: 3,924
  • November 8: 6,820
  • November 7: 4,452
  • November 6: 5,245
  • November 5: 6,257
  • November 4: 4,423
  • November 3: 4,637
  • November 2: 4,651
  • November 1: 4,865
  • October 31: 2331
  • October 30: 5,592
  • October 29: 4,198
  • October 28: 4,115
  • October 27: 4,298
  • October 26: 3377
  • October 25: 2385
  • October 24: 4,471
  • October 23: 3,689
  • October 22: 5,557
  • October 21: 2,145
  • October 20: 3,662
  • October 19: 1707
  • October 18: 2,539
  • October 17: 4,044
  • October 16: 3,449
  • October 15: 3,356
  • October 14: 2,883
  • October 13: 2,725
  • October 12: 1,533
  • October 11: 5,570 * (includes a backlog of data)
  • October 10: The state has not provided any updated information
  • October 9: 2,908
  • October 8: 3,306
  • October 7: 2,582
  • October 6: 2,251
  • October 5: 1,415
  • October 4: 1,844
  • October 3: 2,811
  • October 2: 2,660
  • October 1: 2,628
  • September 30: 1,948
  • September 29: 3,266
  • September 28: 738
  • September 27: 1,882
  • September 26: 2,795
  • September 25: 2,847
  • September 24: 2,541
  • September 23: 2,590
  • September 22: 2,470
  • September 21: 1,685
  • September 20: 2,521
  • September 19: 3,573
  • September 18: 3,204
  • September 17: 3,255
  • September 16: 2,355
  • September 15: 3,116
  • September 14: 1,736
  • September 13: 2,431
  • September 12: 3,190
  • September 11: 3,650
  • September 10: 2,583
  • September 9: 2,056
  • September 8: 1,823
  • September 7: 1,838
  • September 6: 2,564
  • September 5: 3,656
  • September 4: 3,198
  • September 3: 3,571
  • September 2: 2,402
  • September 1: 7,569 * (includes a backlog of data)
  • August 31: 1,885
  • Aug 30: 2,583
  • Aug 29: 3,197
  • August 28: 3,815
  • Aug 27: 3269
  • Aug 26: 3,220
  • August 25: 2,673
  • Aug 24: 2,258
  • Aug 23: 2,974
  • Aug 22: 4,311
  • Aug 21: 4,684
  • Aug 20: 4,555
  • Aug 19: 4,115
  • Aug 18: 3,838
  • Aug 17: 2,678
  • Aug 16: 3,779
  • Aug 15: 6,532
  • Aug 14: 6,148
  • Aug 13: 6,236
  • Aug 12: 8,109 * (includes backlog of data)
  • Aug 11: 5,831
  • Aug 10: 4,155
  • Aug 9: 6,229
  • Aug 8: 8,502
  • Aug 7: 7,686
  • Aug 6: 7,650
  • August 5: 5,409
  • August 4: 5,446
  • Aug 3: 4,752
  • Aug 2: 7,104
  • Aug 1: 9642
  • July 31: 9,007
  • July 30: 9,956
  • July 29: 9,446
  • July 28: 9,230
  • July 27: 8,892
  • July 26: 9,344
  • July 25:12,199
  • July 24: 12,444
  • July 23:10,249
  • July 22: 9,785
  • July 21: 9,440
  • July 20: 10,347
  • July 19: 12,478
  • July 18: 10,328
  • July 17: 11,466
  • July 16: 13,965
  • July 15:10,181
  • July 14: 9,194
  • July 13: 12,624
  • July 12: 15,300
  • July 11: 10,360
  • July 10: 11,433
  • July 9: 8,935
  • July 8: 9,989
  • July 7: 7,347
  • July 6: 6,336
  • July 5: 10,059
  • July 4: 11,458
  • July 3: 9,488
  • July 2: 10 109
  • July 1: 6,563
  • June 30: 6,093
  • June 29: 5,266
  • June 28: 8,530
  • June 27: 9,585
  • June 26: 8,942
  • June 25: 5,004
  • June 24: 5,511
  • June 23:3289
  • June 22: 2,926
  • June 21: 3,494
  • June 20: 4,049
  • June 19: 3,822
  • June 18:207
  • June 17: 2,610
  • June 16: 2,783
  • June 15: 1,758
  • June 14: 2,016
  • June 13: 2,581
  • June 12: 1902
  • June 11: 1,698
  • June 10: 1371
  • June 9: 1,096

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