UPDATE: See two updates at end of this story.
BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Coronavirus has now killed six people in Palm Beach County. While we reported on the sixth death earlier today, the Florida Department of Health has just provided details of the victim. It’s an 84 year old woman who died on March 27th, 2020. The other deaths in Palm Beach County include an 83 year old man, and 88 year old man, an 85 year old woman and a 90 year old woman.
As of mid-day Sunday, there are now 318 case of COVID-19 in Palm Beach County, with 68 in Boca Raton, 47 in Boynton Beach and 44 in Delray Beach.
Remember: the numbers are based on testing. Health experts universally say that the numbers are unquestionably higher, but they can provide data based on tests that have been completed. As for tests, there have been 2,011 people test in Palm Beach County as of the latest update.
RELATED STORY: Palm Beach County Sheriff Ric Bradshaw blasts private country clubs run by managers who believe “private” means exempt from orders to close. Read the latest here.
UPDATE: There has been another death (mid-evening Sunday, March 29, 2020. Read the update here).
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