Johns Hopkins Reports Florida’s Seven Day Moving Average Positivity Rate As 11.9 Percent, Florida Claims 4.86 Percent Positivity.
BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Florida now reports 16,021 COVID-19 deaths as another 1,766 infections were added to the books on Sunday through 11:59 p.m. That brings the total infection case count in Florida to 756,727. The positivity rate for all of Florida, based on Sunday’s reporting, is 4.86-percent.
In Palm Beach County, 66 new COVID-19 cases were recorded Sunday, bringing the total to 49,068. The Palm Beach County death count is now 1,497. The Palm Beach County positivity rate is presented by the Florida Department of Health as 2.74-percent. The Department of Health repots a growing number of people visiting Emergency Rooms in Palm Beach County with “Flu-Like Symptoms.”
Johns Hopkins, considered the gold standard of COVID-19 data monitoring and reporting, says these numbers may be inaccurate. Johns Hopkins says Florida’s rolling positivity average over 7 days for new cases is 11.9-percent and trending up.
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