More than 7,000 cases for 2 consecutive days. 64 people died


The Florida Department of Health announced on Friday the newly identified 7,121 cases of COVID-19. This has exceeded 7,000 for the second consecutive day, similar to the February figure. The state also announced 64 deaths, 62 of whom were residents.

The state has recorded a total of 2,111,807 cases of coronavirus and 34,562 deaths. Of the deaths, 33,968 were resident and 658 were non-resident.

On Friday, the state reported the results of 107,653 inhabitants tested the day before. The state positive rate decreased from 6.73% to 6.51%.

More than 4.1 million Floridians have completed Pfizer’s two-dose series-BioNTech and Moderna, or Johnson & Johnson’s single-dose vaccine, according to a report on Friday. Vaccine report..

Florida COVID-19

▪ ▪ Miami Dade County 1,601 new cases and 14 new deaths were reported, bringing the total pandemic to 457,918 cases and 5,954 deaths.

In Miami-Dade, 356,318 people received their first dose of Pfizer or Moderna. 71,311 people have received a single Johnson & Johnson vaccination. 472,040 completed a two-dose series of Pfizer or Moderna.

The positive rate decreased from 7.32% to 7.15%.Friday’s 14-day average was 6.86% New regular report..

▪ ▪ Broward County With the addition of 884 cases and 4 new deaths, the pandemic totaled 221,623 cases and 2,717 deaths.

At Broward, 252,447 received the first dose of Pfizer or Moderna. 32,082 people were vaccinated with a single dose of Johnson & Johnson. 336,224 completed a two-dose series of Pfizer or Moderna.

The positive rate decreased from 6.96% to 6.77%.

▪ ▪ Palm Beach County 470 new cases and 7 deaths were reported, with a cumulative total of 135,324 cases and 2,692 deaths.

In Palm Beach County, 180,393 people receive their first dose of Pfizer or Moderna. 27,753 people were vaccinated with a single dose of Johnson & Johnson. 295,496 completed a two-dose series of Pfizer or Moderna.

The positive rate decreased from 6.36% to 5.84%.

▪ ▪ Monroe County Twenty-five new cases were added and there were no new deaths. The total number of key pandemics is 6,600 cases and 49 deaths.

In Monroe, 15,151 people are receiving the first dose of Pfizer or Moderna. 841 people received a single dose of Johnson & Johnson vaccine. And 14,310 completed a two-dose series of Pfizer or Moderna.

The positive rate decreased from 6.73% to 5.29%.

▪ ▪ Manatee County 123 new cases were added and there were no new deaths. The total number of manatee pandemics is 35,788, with 637 deaths.

In manatees, 58,946 people receive the first dose of Pfizer or Moderna. 3,768 people have received a single Johnson & Johnson vaccination. And 76,904 completed a two-dose series of Pfizer or Moderna.

The positive rate increased from 4.42% to 6.37%.

Live Update of COVID Vaccine: What You Need to Know in South Florida on Friday, April 9th

Florida COVID-19 hospitalized

Florida Medical Department Patients hospitalized throughout the state In “Primary diagnosis of COVID”. The data, updated at least hourly, does not distinguish between the number of COVID-19 patients in the hospital intensive care unit and the number of patients in the emergency room that does not require much attention from the nurse.

Government officials will take advantage of their current hospitalization to determine the next steps to fight the pandemic.

As of 2:30 pm on Friday, officials said 3,008 people were hospitalized. Of these, Miami-Dade had 540. Broward, 424; Palm Beach, 186; Monroe, 3 people. Said Manatees, 31, the agency.

according to Miami Dade’s new regular dashboardThe county hospital reported 576 to 587 COVID-19 cases on Wednesday. There were 73 new patients and 97 were discharged.

State hospitalization data does not always match Miami-Dade’s new regular dashboard data for a variety of reasons, including daily updates.

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