Florida’s Department of Health confirmed 2,628 additional cases of COVID-19 Thursday, bringing the state’s known total to 709,144. It also announced 127 resident deaths, bringing the death toll to 14,444.
Also, four new non-resident deaths were announced on Thursday, bringing the number of non-residents to 175.
The cumulative total number of resident deaths could be slightly different due to a mismatch that emerged on Wednesday between the state’s coronavirus report and the state’s COVID-19 dashboard.
The Florida Department of Health did not immediately respond to the Miami Herald̵
Confirmed COVID-19 Cases in South Florida
▪ Miami-Dade County According to the Florida Department of Health, 482 more confirmed cases of COVID-19 and four new deaths have been reported. The county now has 170,882 confirmed cases and 3,284 deaths.
▪ Broward County reported 213 more confirmed cases of the disease and 10 new deaths. The county has known a total of 77,433 cases and 1,406 deaths.
▪ Palm Beach County 146 more confirmed cases and 14 new deaths. The county now has 46,698 confirmed cases and 1,383 deaths.
▪ Monroe County confirmed eight more cases and no new deaths. The county has a total of 1,855 known cases and 22 deaths.
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