TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – The Florida Department of Health announced that it found more positive cases of the coronavirus.
The new cases confirmed Monday bring Florida’s resident coronavirus patient total to 137, the Florida Department of Health said.
Eighteen non-Florida residents also tested positive for the virus in the Sunshine State.
Six Florida residents have been diagnosed outside of the state, health officials said.
According to the department, 568 test results are still pending.
At last check, four Floridians had died from the virus, according to health officials.
As of Monday, health officials are no longer providing an age and sex breakdown of each individual patient. Instead, they’ve created a map that shows where the coronavirus cases are concentrated across Florida, which you can see below.
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