Florida COVID update: How many cases, deaths, vaccinated? | Miami Herald

Signs of further mismanagement by Gov. DeSantis.

Residents in Miami-Dade County are acting like nothing is happening.

Getting a vaccine appointment is literally a chaotic system.

Florida’s Department of Health on Saturday announced 6,017 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 — the third consecutive day with cases over 6,000, which is the most since early March. The state also announced 67 new deaths. Of those who died, 66 were residents.

The state has recorded a known total of 2,077,032 coronavirus cases and 34,306 deaths. Among those who died, 33,652 were residents and 654 were nonresidents.

On Saturday, the state reported the results of 93,055 residents tested on Good Friday — about 11,000 fewer than on Thursday. The state’s percent positivity for first-time testers increased from 6.1% to 6.31%.

Florida COVID update: How many cases, deaths, vaccinated? | Miami Herald

About Stephen E. McGaughey
Resident of the City of Coral Gables

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