BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Palm Beach County Mayor David Kerner announced Thursday that the county would pass the 15,000 infection mark on Friday. He was correct.
Palm Beach County now reports 15,324 COVID-19 infections. The resident count is 15,169. The non-resident count is 155. There have been at least 536 deaths related to COVID-19 in Palm Beach County.
The percent positive rate based on Thursday’s addition of 461 cases is 12.2. Cases are announced a day after they are logged by the Florida Department of Health.
The five day percent positive for Palm Beach County is 12.62.
Meantime, the Florida Department of Health shows that those visiting emergency departments at area hospitals for COVID-like illness reports continues its upward trend (see official graphic, above).
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