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COVID FLORIDA BAD AGAIN: Another 148 Dead, 2700 New Infections

FLORIDA COVID-19

More Than 711,000 COVID-19 Infections In Florida. Unclear if President Trump, A Florida Resident, Is Counted In Data.

BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Florida continues a deadly, infectious trend. Another 148 COVID-19 deaths were logged Thursday through 11:59 p.m., according to the Florida Department of Health. 2,695 new COVID-19 infections were also logged. It was not clear if President Trump’s COVID-19 infection is counted in the results as he is officially a Florida resident.

In Palm Beach County, another 13 COVID-19 deaths were recorded Thursday with 138 new COVID-19 infections. Positivity rates remain low, but we are hearing quiet questioning as to the accuracy of the positivity rates as infections and death counts continue to soar in the state. Palm Beach County is reporting a 2.4-percent positivity rate based on Thursday’s data, the State of Florida is reporting a positivity rate of 3.77 percent.

Palm Beach County now reports a total of 1,389 deaths with 46,833 infections. Florida reports 711,804 infections with 14,554 deaths.



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1 thought on “COVID FLORIDA BAD AGAIN: Another 148 Dead, 2700 New Infections”

  1. Useless propaganda! How can it be unclear who is counted yet you know for sure the number of infected?
    Never mind the fact that well over 90% of those infected never get sick. This endless fearmongering needs to stop! No one but liberals care about it.

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