2,564 COVID-19 cases reported as Floridians prepare for to celebrate Labor Day
As people begin to crowd the beaches and pack the theme parks, coronavirus cases in Florida continue their trend of staying below 5,000. However, health officials fear that trend may soon be lost. The state of Florida reported 2,564 new coronavirus cases Sunday. The fear health officials have is that the number of deaths could accelerate if the population lets its guard down during the Labor Day holiday. Health officials closer to home are also warning that Labor Day could be a repeat of p.ing to do it socially with other people, dont make it a large crowd.Health officials closer to home are also warning that Labor Day could be a repeat of past holidays.
Flordia reports over 3,000 new cases, 61 new deaths ahead of Labor Day
The state of Florida reported 3,656 new coronavirus cases Saturday. The new cases bring the states overall total to 643,867 since March. The Florida Department of Health reported an additional 61 people had recently died as a result of complications from COVID-19. As Florida officially sees a decline in positive cases, health officials fear that the Labor Day holiday will bring large groups together and cause people to let their guard down. Here are a couple things to know about coronavirus in Central Florida and across the U.S. for Saturday: