ORLANDO, Fla. – Florida health officials on Sunday reported 6,586 new COVID-19 cases, along with 61 more resident deaths.
Florida is now up to 938,414 total confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 17,991 resident deaths since the start of the outbreak in March, according to the health department’s dashboard.
The state has also now reported 223 non-resident deaths that occurred in Florida, bringing the total death count to 18,214.
Last week in Florida, there were 56,732 new COVID-19 cases. There were 1,453 hospitalizations and 448 deaths last week in Florida, according to data released by the state.
Below is information provided by the Florida Department of Health for Sunday, Nov. 22.
The Florida Department of Health reported 6,586 new cases on Sunday, bringing the state’s overall total to 938,414 cases since March.
The Florida Department of Health on Sunday reported 61 people have recently died from COVID-19. As of Sunday’s coronavirus report, a total of 18,214 deaths across the state have been related to the coronavirus, a number that includes 223 non-resident deaths in Florida. The state initially reported 222 deaths but later adjusted its dashboard to reflect 223.
State health officials have always maintained that virus fatalities are often delayed in being reported to the FDOH, with some deaths not reported for a month or more.
In total, 53,403 people have been hospitalized in Florida after complications from the coronavirus.
The percent of positive results ranged from 6.60% to 10.03% over the past two weeks and was 6.60% Saturday.
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