MORE THAN 510,000 POSITIVE TESTS NOW RECORDED IN FLORIDA
BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Another 120 COVID-19 deaths were logged in Florida on Wednesday through 11:59 p.m., according to the Florida Dept. of Health. Florida also recorded another 7,683 infections, bringing Florida’s infection count to 510,389.
The total death count for Florida is 7,747 — 2-percent of all cases. 29,131, or 6-percent of those infected with COVID-19 in Florida, have been hospitalized.
The positivity rate for Florida, based on Wednesday’s reporting, is 8.34-percent.
In Palm Beach County, 442 new infections were recored on Wednesday through 11:59 p.m. — that’s a four day high — with ten new deaths. Palm Beach County’s death count is now 892, or 3-percent of all cases. 2,719 people in Palm Beach County have been hospitalized for COVID-19 issues — that’s 8 percent of all cases.
The positivity rate in Palm Beach County, based on Wednesday’s reporting, is 7.7-percent. However, the Palm Beach County Operations Center continues to report, and use, its cumulative positivity rate. That is listed as 13.1-percent.
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