COVID Florida CDC August 7 2021

FLORIDA JUST GOT WORSE: Another Record 23,903 COVID Cases Friday

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Florida COVID Situation Deteriorating. Palm Beach County Schools Mandate Masks. From Bad To Worse…

Exceptionally Bad. Daily cases are in red. Positivity rate is yellow. Florida continues to set COVID records, according to the CDC as of August 7, 2021.


BOCA RATON, FL ( (Copyright © 2021 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — Florida is going from bad to worse when it comes to COVID-19 cases.

The CDC just revealed that 23,903 new COVID-19 cases were logged on Friday. That is, yet again, the single largest number of positive COVID-19 cases recorded in Florida during the entire pandemic.

The previous record was set on Thursday with 22,783. The record before that was set on July 30th, with 21,683 new COVID-19 cases.

The seven day rolling average for Florida is now an astonishing 19,250. More than 18 months after pandemic era records began, Florida is continuously setting unprecedented numbers of new COVID-19 cases.

The death count is equally troubling. In Florida, 93 COVID-19 deaths were logged on Friday, following 199 on Thursday, 84 on Wednesday and 140 on Tuesday. That brings the seven day rolling average to 88.

In total, 39,695 people have died, in Florida, from COVID-19. 2,725,450 people in Florida have been — or are — infected with COVID-19.

The seven day rolling positivity rate for Florida is now 20.21.

As we just reported, The Palm Beach County School District is now mandating masks when school starts on Tuesday.




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