12 New Deaths In FL; 1,180 More Coronavirus Cases

Paul Scicchitano

TALLAHASSEE, FL — Florida health officials reported twelve new deaths from the new coronavirus on Sunday and 1,180 new cases of the virus. Health officials also reported 51 new hospitalizations over the previous 24-hour period.

Florida now has 63,938 confirmed coronavirus cases throughout the state. The state's death toll rose to 2,700 from 2,688 deaths a day earlier.

A total of seven Florida counties reported Sunday's 12 deaths compared to 28 new deaths Saturday, 53 new deaths Friday, 42 new deaths on Thursday, 35 new deaths Wednesday, 71 new deaths Tuesday, seven on Monday and two last Sunday.

Miami-Dade reported no new deaths on Sunday, which is one of the few such days for the county since April. Palm Beach County reported two new deaths. Broward County reported five new deaths.

Duval County reported one new death as did Martin County, Osceola County, Polk County and Washington County.

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Miami-Dade reported 19,547 confirmed cases of the virus Sunday. Nearby Broward County, which includes Fort Lauderdale, reported 7,804 cases. Palm Beach County, which includes West Palm Beach, reported 7,230 cases.

Florida had a 5.3 percent positive test rate for the virus based on a total of 1,217,105 tests that had been administered as of Sunday. The number of hospitalizations in Florida increased to 10,942from 10,891 a day earlier.

Hillsborough County, which includes Tampa, reported 2,748 cases. Orange County, which includes Orlando, reported 2,316 cases.

In an attempt to provide as much information to our readers as possible, Patch is publishing the following county-by-county breakdown of the coronavirus cases in Florida's 67 counties, along with the median age of patients, the number of hospital cases by county and the number of deaths.

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Patch updates this chart once each day based on data provided by the Florida Department of Health. The counties that reported new deaths on Saturday are shown in bold.

Here is the most recent data:

County
Total Cases (includes nonresidents) Median Age (as of 6.2) Number of Hospital Cases (Florida residents)
Deaths By County (Florida residents)
1. Alachua County 399 47 79 8
2. Baker County 29 64 11 4
3. Bay County 130 48 14 4
4. Bradford County 52 72 11 2
5. Brevard County 457 53 66 13
6. Broward County 7,804 50 1,567 339
7. Calhoun County 66 79 6 4
8. Charlotte County 493 67 130 72
9. Citrus County 128 60 33 12
10. Clay County 400 59 93 32
11. Collier County 2,039 46 235 56
12. Columbia County 171 44 15 2
13. Miami-Dade 19,547 49 3,142 765
14. Desoto County 268 38 34 7
15. Dixie County 58 48
10 2
16. Duval County 1,792 48 289 54
17. Escambia County 888 54 65 36
18. Flagler County 195 55 22 4
19. Franklin County 2 42 0
20. Gadsden County 294 43
46 4
21. Gilchrist County 20 45 0
22. Glades County 84 39 8 1
23. Gulf County 6 41
0
24. Hamilton County 263 40 5
25. Hardee County 145 31 14
26. Hendry County 558 40
55 18
27. Hernando County 125
48 25 5
28. Highlands County 146 54 39 9
29. Hillsborough County 2,748 46 470 90
30. Holmes County 30 40 1
31. Indian River County 164 62 33 11
32. Jackson County 308 40 20 1
33. Jefferson County 31 66 7 3
34. Lafayette County 10 40 1
35. Lake County 329 52 75 15
36. Lee County 2,289 53 451 117
37. Leon County 442 36 38 7
38. Levy County 60 48 4 1
39. Liberty County 218 41 1 1
40. Madison County 71 57 4 3
41. Manatee County 1,189 54 221 105
42. Marion County 279 48 40 8
43. Martin County 907 41 95 13
44. Monroe County 111 55 10 4
45. Nassau County 82 42 15 1
46. Okaloosa County 262 52 41 6
47. Okeechobee County 138 35 12
48. Orange County 2,316 43 347 45
49. Osceola County 745 48 157 21
50. Palm Beach County 7,230 48 1,287 372
51. Pasco County 424 49 81 15
52. Pinellas County 1,584 54 411 95
53. Polk County 1,178 54 337 67
54. Putnam County 173 47 21 6
55. Santa Rosa County 258 46 25 9
56. Sarasota County 680 64 167 85
57. Seminole County 532 46 115 12
58. St. Johns County 279 52 42 6
59. St. Lucie County 627 50 114 31
60. Sumter County 261 65 45 17
61. Suwannee County 175 57 40 18
62. Taylor County 46 32 3
63. Union County 38 60 6 1
64. Volusia County 819 53 152 44
65. Wakulla County 35 46 5 1
66. Walton County 130 54 17 9
67. Washington County 84 60 15 7
68. Unknown counties 97 41 0

This article originally appeared on the Bradenton Patch