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UPDATE: See Florida’s curve when it comes to coronavirus cases

Cases were first reported in early March

The state of Florida saw 1,260 new cases of coronavirus on Friday.
The state of Florida saw 1,260 new cases of coronavirus on Friday. (WKMG)

ORANGE COUNTY, Fla.UPDATE: April 3, 2020

The state of Florida saw 1,260 new cases of coronavirus on Friday. The state now has a total of 10,268 cases of coronavirus. 1,334 people are being hospitalized after testing positive for coronavirus. 170 people have died from the coronavirus.

UPDATE: April 2, 2020

The state of Florida saw 1,235 new cases of coronavirus on Thursday. The state now has a total of 9,008 cases of coronavirus. 1,167 people are being hospitalized after testing positive for coronavirus. 144 people have died from the coronavirus.

UPDATE: April 1, 2020

The state of Florida saw 1,032 new cases of coronavirus on Wednesday. The state now has a total of 7,773 cases of coronavirus. 990 people are being hospitalized after testing positive for coronavirus. 101 people have died from the coronavirus.

UPDATE: March 31, 2020

The state of Florida saw 1,037 new cases of coronavirus on Tuesday. The state now has a total of 6,741 cases of coronavirus. 815 people are being hospitalized after testing positive for coronavirus. 85 people have died from the coronavirus.

UPDATE: March 30, 2020

Florida now has 5,704 cases of COVID-19, of those cases, 715 people are being hospitalized after testing positive for the coronavirus and 71 people have died due to the respiratory illness caused by the novel coronavirus.

UPDATE: March 27, 2020

The Florida Department of Health said there are 3,198 confirmed cases of coronavirus in the state. The state saw 714 new cases on Friday. 46 people have died from coronavirus in Florida. The graph shows Florida’s curve with coronavirus.

UPDATE: March 26, 2020

The latest report from the Florida Department of Health shows 2,484 people have tested positive for coronavirus and 29 people have died from it in the state. The state saw 507 new cases today, this is roughly the same amount of new cases Florida saw on Wednesday.

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In less than four weeks Florida now has more than 1,900 cases of coronavirus in the state.

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Wednesday’s report from the Florida Department of Health showed an increase of 510 cases.

[RELATED: Interactive map shows Florida coronavirus cases]

Each of the four days prior saw a daily increase of around 200 cases.

Twenty-three people have died from coronavirus in the state.

Cases of the coronavirus were first reported in early March.

Stay-at-home orders have been placed in Osceola County and Orange County.

[RELATED: Osceola joins Orange County issuing stay-at-home order to prevent spread of coronavirus]

An 11 p.m. curfew has also been implemented in those counties.

Orange County has posted a list of essential businesses to stay open amid the coronavirus spread.

Officers will look to make sure there are no groups of 10 people in an area.

Health officials are asking people to maintain social distance when they exercise outside or go to the store.

Students in Florida are now taking classes online to keep up with their education.

[RELATED: Here’s how Central Florida schools plan to tackle distance learning during the coronavirus outbreak]

Universal Orlando and Disney World are closed throughout the month.

On Wednesday, President Trump approved a Florida Disaster Declaration.

Some businesses had to let go of employees during the spread of the coronavirus.

Other companies are looking to hire more workers.

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