Florida hits 35,000 COVID-19 deaths and adds 7,296 cases
Florida’s Department of Health on Friday announced 7,296 new confirmed cases of COVID-19. Other things to know:
The state on Friday
announced 92 new resident deaths.
Florida reported the
results of 106,502 residents tested on Thursday. The state’s positivity increased from 6.66% to 6.83%. The 14-day positivity rate was 7.14%.
The state has recorded
a known total of 2,155,744 coronavirus cases and 35,000 deaths. Among those who died, 34,330 were residents and 670 were nonresidents.
More than 4.9 million
Floridians have completed the two-dose series of either the Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna vaccines or have completed Johnson & Johnson’s single-dose vaccine, according to Friday’s vaccine report.
reported 1,464 new cases. The county added 15 deaths, putting its pandemic totals at 467,464 cases and 6,029 deaths.
In Miami-Dade, 656,672 people have either received the single-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine or have completed the two-dose series of Pfizer or Moderna.
Positivity decreased from 7.22% to 6.71%. The 14-day average was 7.27% on Friday’s Miami-Dade New Normal report.
reported 936 new cases and 21 new deaths — putting its pandemic totals at 226,990 cases and 2,762 deaths. In Broward, 436,355 people have received Johnson & Johnson or have completed a twodose series. Positivity increased from 6.08% to 7.12%.
Palm Beach County
● reported 511 new cases and seven new deaths, bringing its cumulative count to 138,063 cases and 2,715 deaths. In Palm Beach, 366,340 people have received J&J or completed a two-dose series. Positivity increased from 5.66% to 6.12%.
Monroe County added ● 16 new cases and no deaths. Pandemic totals in the Keys are at 6,711 cases and 50 deaths. In Monroe, 18,766 people have either received J&J or have completed a two-dose series. Positivity decreased from 6.13% to 5.1%.
As of 1 p.m. Friday, the
Florida Agency for Health Care Administration said there were 3,263 people hospitalized. Of these, Miami-Dade had 598; Broward, 495; Palm
Beach, 200; and Monroe, six, the agency said.