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The Virus Is Deadly But He Says It Ain’t So. More Dead Ron, Ron Ron. More Dead, Ron Ron.


BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — The COVID-19 death count in Florida climbed by 101 on Wednesday as the infection count hit a new one day record for the Fall — 13,164. That brings Florida’s infection count to 1,168,483 and the state’s death count to 20,305 — all while Florida Governor Ron DeSantis spent Wednesday night at a football game in Tallahassee. So we rewrote a song.

The virus is deadly but he says it ain’t so,

More dead ron-ron-ron, more dead ron-ron.

The president told him that it just won’t kill.

More dead ron-ron-ron, more dead ron-ron.

…Yeah, the victims’ heart stood still.

…Yeah, it turns out that COVID does kill.

…But the Governor says eating out is good still.

More dead ron-ron-ron, more dead ron-ron.

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Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, posing unmasked, with referees at a high school football game in Tallahassee Wednesday night.

The positivity rate for Florida pulled back a bit for Wednesday’s test results — it’s 8.84 percent for the day.

In Palm Beach County, 8 new COVID-19 deaths were recorded on Wednesday with 763 new COVID-19 cases. That’s also a record for the season. The total infection count for Palm Beach County is 74,789. The death count is 1,804. Wednesday’s one day positivity rate, based on tests logged Wednesday, pulled back to 7.23 percent.

The Palm Beach County positivity rate is now 12.1 percent. The Florida Department of Health considers anyone 18 or under to be “pediatric.”

(The original Da Doo Ron Ron was written by Phil Spector, Jeff Barry, and Ellie Greenwich in 1963 for the Crystals).




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