COVID-19 Positive Cases Jump In County, Boca, Delray, Boynton
BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (7AM update Tuesday, March 31, 2020) — Ten people have now died from from COVID-19 related issues in Palm Beach County. The death count was seven just 24 hours ago.
In Boca Raton, 91 people are confirmed positive for COVID-19, 76 in Boynton Beach, 55 in Delray Beach.
Countywide: there are 463 confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Palm Beach County. The age range of those infected is 6 to 94. There are 242 men and 207 women. That leaves 14 people without statistical information — such as age or sex — being released by the health department. At least 52 people are or were hospitalized in Palm Beach County since the the outbreak began.
The Palm Beach County deaths, in order of death, are as follows: a 76 year old female, an 81 year old male, an 83 year old male, an 85 year old female, a 76 year old male, a 90 year old female, an 84 year old female, a 76 year old female and a 79 year old female. The tenth person to die has not yet been identified.
Across the the State of Florida: 5,704 people have tested positive.
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