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Coronavirus: Florida reports more than 3,200 new cases, 139 new deaths Friday

1 month ago   |   By WESH

Florida reported another 139 COVID-19-related deaths on Friday, bringing the number of Floridians to have died from the virus to 13,225. The total number of cases in the state has reached 677,660, health officials said.
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Coronavirus death toll in Central Florida nears 2,000 as global infections pass 30 million

Coronavirus death toll in Central Florida nears 2,000 as global infections pass 30 million

1 month ago   |   By Orlando Sentinel

Florida added 3,204 coronavirus cases Friday to push the statewide total to 677,660 infected. With 139 new virus fatalities reported statewide Friday, 13,225 Florida residents are now dead.
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Maryland reports 543 new coronavirus cases, seven deaths; Hopkins positivity rate still above 6%

1 month ago   |   By Baltimore Sun

Friday's new batch of data put the state at a total of 119,062 confirmed infections and 3,724 deaths since March. The state has reported single-digit death counts in 13 out of the last 14 days.
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