FIVE DAYS OF INFECTION INCREASES AFTER STATE PROMOTES DROP
BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — The COVID-19 numbers continue to rise in Florida and Palm Beach County.
The Florida Department of Health reports 4,730 new COVID-19 infections with 119 new COVID-19 deaths — all logged Thursday through 11:59 p.m. The infection count is the highest in the past five days, and continues and five day upward climb. There are now at least 10,168 confirmed COVID-19 deaths in Florida, with 593,286 COVID-19 infections.
In Palm Beach County, 261 new infections were added on Thursday through 11:59 p.m. with 9 new COVID-19 deaths. The death count in Palm Beach County is now 1,048 with 40,157 confirmed COVID-19 infections. At least 3,096 people have been hospitalized in Palm Beach County with COVID-19 as the primary diagnosis. The positivity rate — according to the Florida Department of Health — is 5.18 percent in Palm Beach County.
The Florida statewide positivity rate is 6.83 percent according to the Dept. of Health. Johns Hopkins, however, reports Florida’s positivity rate as 14.7-percent.
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