قالب وردپرس درنا توس
Home / Tips and Tricks / The FL COVID-19 death toll is 14,400

The FL COVID-19 death toll is 14,400



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

7;s request for clarification on whether the discrepancy was corrected Thursday.

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.

This current article will be updated.

Profile picture of Michelle Marchante

It’s never boring in Florida – and Michelle is a Real Time / Breaking News reporter for the Miami Herald. She graduated with Honors from Florida International University where she served as Editor-in-Chief of Student Media PantherNOW. She previously worked as a news writer for WSVN Channel 7 and is currently a fellow of Poynter-Koch Media & Journalism.




Source link