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DEAD: FLORIDA COVID BODY COUNT ADDS 124, ANOTHER 12K CASES LOGGED

Boca Raton COVID-19 Florida News Palm Beach County
[Official Florida Dept. of Health Graphic for Saturday, July 25, 2020].

BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — The Florida Department of Health added another 124 deaths to the COVID-19 body count on Friday through 11:59 p.m. Health officials also added 12,180 cases of confirmed COVID-19 infections. The positivity rate for Friday’s reporting is 11.43-percent.

In Palm Beach County, 703 COVID-19 infections where added to the total as well as 8 deaths. On Friday, Palm Beach County health officials said reports of deaths being inappropriate attributed to COVID-19 are wrong. While acknowledging that human error may result in an occasional wrong box being checked, corrections are made over several days and the occasional error is statistically insignificant. From the start of the COVID-19 crisis, health officials have made clear that deaths routinely take two weeks to review, confirm and log.

The positivity rate in Palm Beach County for Friday’s report is 9.6-percent. Expect that number to be updated later in the day.

The Florida statewide infection count is now 414,511. The death count is 5,777.

In Palm Beach County, at least 29,707 people are confirmed positive for COVID-19. At least 752 have died.

These numbers are based on the DOH’s first report of the day. We update our numbers if there are significant variations.

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