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The figures left by the monthly report of coronavirus cases by the global pandemic remain of great importance to the authorities, as new infected people continue to emerge; despite security measures implemented throughout Florida.

Florida County, home to the city of Miami, reports today Wednesday 470 new contagions and 74 deaths.

Florida State Health Authority reports that Miami-Dade County denotes on Wednesday, September 9, 389,407 more coronavirus contagions, 18 more than yesterday and 133 more than before yesterday, accumulating 162,433 cases since the pandemic began in March, including the thousands who have healed or died.

Miami-Dade also reports the deaths of 74 people in 24 hours, 66 more than yesterday, totaling 2,740 deaths to this day.

In this way, Miami-Dade manages to keep the test rate and positives of the last 15 days below 10%, exactly 6. 5%, according to the condo authority.

It is worth remembering that the rate recommended by the Center for Disease Control (CDC), to establish the so-called “new normal”, is less than 10% trending at 5% for 14 days.

Given the situation of improvement, the authority could soon announce the relaxation of some measures, such as curfew every night, which currently takes effect between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m. to avoid private parties and even clandestine celebrations in commercial premises, which bring together hundreds of people and help spread the virus.

The Miami-Dade school authority also discusses the possibility of convening the reopening of schools.

On the other hand, Florida also reports a downward trend and denotes 2,056 new cases, 233 more than yesterday, as well as 200 deaths in 24 hours, 156 more than yesterday, adding up to 652,148 contagions and 12,115 coronavirus-related deaths since the pandemic began in March.

And if we added to this 154 deaths of people who did not reside in the state but were cared for here, the total would amount to 12,269 deaths.

Meanwhile, Broward has accounted for 73,696 infected and 1,244 demises since the pandemic began in March.

Palm Beach counts 43,422 and 1,178 deaths to date.

On the other hand, Monroe County, home to the Keys, accumulates 1,763 infected and 20 deaths so far.

Tuesday, September 8

Florida reports that Miami-Dade County denotes on Tuesday, September 8, 389 more coronavirus contagions, 115 more than yesterday, accumulating 162,026 cases since the pandemic began in March, including the thousands who have healed or died.

Miami-Dade also reports the deaths of eight people in 24 hours, five more than yesterday, totaling 2,666 deaths to date.

In this way, Miami-Dade manages to keep the test rate and positives of the last 14 days below 10%, exactly 6.85%, according to the county authority.

It is worth remembering that the rate recommended by the Center for Disease Control (CDC), to establish the so-called “new normal”, is less than 10% trending at 5% for 14 days.

For this reason, the authority could announce in the coming days the relaxation of some measures, such as curfew every night, which currently takes effect between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m. to avoid holding private parties and even clandestine celebrations in commercial premises, which bring together hundreds of people and help spread the virus.

On the other hand, Florida also reports a downward trend and denotes 1,823 new cases, 15 fewer than yesterday, as well as 44 deaths in 24 hours, 22 more than yesterday, adding up to 650,092 contagions and 11,915 coronavirus-related deaths since the pandemic began in March.

And if we added to this 152 deaths of people who did not reside in the state but were cared for here, the total would amount to 12,067 deaths.

Meanwhile, Broward has accounted for 73,556 infected and 1,235 demises since the pandemic began in March.

Palm Beach counts 43,309 and 1,170 deaths to date.

On the other hand, Monroe County, home to the Keys, accumulates 1,762 infected and 19 deaths so far.

Monday, September 7

Florida reports that Miami-Dade County denotes on Monday, September 7, 274 more coronavirus contagions, 71 less than yesterday, accumulating 161,637 cases since the pandemic began in March, including the thousands who have healed or died.

Miami-Dade also reports the deaths of three people in 24 hours, two less than yesterday, adding up to 2,658 deaths to this day.

On the other hand, Florida also reports a downward trend and denotes 1,838 new cases, 726 fewer than yesterday, as well as 22 deaths in 24 hours, 16 less than yesterday, adding up to 648,269 contagions and 11,871 coronavirus-related deaths since the pandemic began in March.

And if we added to this 152 deaths of people who did not reside in the state but were cared for here, the total would amount to 12,023 deaths.

Meanwhile, Broward has accounted for 73,426 infected and 1,220 demises since the pandemic began in March.

Palm Beach accumulates 43,187 and 1,168 deaths to date.

On the other hand, Monroe County, where the Keys are located, now reports three fewer cases, adjusting the figure to 1,761 infected, while keeping deaths at 16 so far.

Sunday, September 6

The Florida Health Authority reports that Miami-Dade County continues to lower the number of new cases and denotes on Sunday, September 6, 345 more coronavirus contagions, 204 fewer than yesterday, accumulating 161,363 cases since the pandemic began in March, including the thousands that have healed or died.

Miami-Dade also reports the deaths of five people in 24 hours, 13 less than yesterday, adding up to 2,655 deaths to this day.

On the other hand, Florida also reports a downward trend and denotes 2,564 new cases, 1,092 fewer than yesterday, as well as 38 deaths in 24 hours, 23 fewer than yesterday, totaling 646,431 contagions and 11,849 coronavirus-related deaths since the pandemic began in March.

And if we added to this 152 deaths of people who did not reside in the state, who previously reported about 153 and were cared for here, the total would amount to 12,001 deaths.

Meanwhile, Broward has accounted for 73,293 infected and 1,215 demises since the pandemic began in March.

Palm Beach accumulates 43,067 and 1,166 deaths to date.

On the other hand, Monroe County, home to the Keys, totals 1,764 infected and 16 deaths so far.

Saturday, September 5

Florida reports that Miami-Dade County denotes on Saturday, September 5, 549 new coronavirus contagions, 58 more than yesterday, accumulating 161,018 cases since the pandemic began in March, including the thousands who have healed or died.

Miami-Dade also reports the deaths of 18 people in 24 hours, 14 fewer than yesterday, adding up to 2,650 deaths to this day.

On the other hand, Florida denotes 3,656 new cases, 758 more than yesterday, as well as 61 deaths in 24 hours, 39 less than yesterday, adding up to 643,867 contagions and 11,811 coronavirus-related deaths since the pandemic began in March.

And if we added to this 152 deaths of people who did not reside in the state, who previously reported as 153 and were cared for here, the total would amount to 11,963 deaths.

Meanwhile, Broward has accounted for 73,112 infected and 1,215 demises since the pandemic began in March.

Palm Beach accumulates 42,905 and 1,162 deaths to date.

On the other hand, Monroe County, home to the Keys, totals 1,758 infected and 16 deaths so far.

Friday, September 4

The Florida Health Authority reports that Miami-Dade County, home to the city of Miami, denotes on Friday, September 4, 491, new coronavirus contagions, 87 fewer than yesterday, accumulating 160,469 cases since the pandemic began in March, including the thousands who have healed or died.

Miami-Dade also reports the deaths of 32 people in 24 hours, 14 fewer than yesterday, adding up to 2,632 deaths to this day.

On the other hand, Florida denotes 3,198 new cases, 373 fewer than yesterday, as well as 100 deaths in 24 hours, 49 fewer than yesterday, totaling 640,211 contagions and 11,750 coronavirus-related deaths since the pandemic began in March.

And if we added to this 153 deaths of people who did not reside in the state, but were cared for here, the total would amount to 11,903 deaths.

Meanwhile, Broward has totaled 72,880 infected and 1,212 deceased since the pandemic began in March.

Palm Beach accumulates 42,762 and 1,160 deaths to date.

On the other hand, Monroe County, home to the Keys, totals 1,754 infected and 16 deaths so far.

Thursday, September 3

The Florida Health Authority reports that Miami-Dade County, home to the city of Miami, denotes on Thursday, September 3, 578 new coronavirus contagions, accumulating 159,978 cases since the pandemic began in March, including the thousands who have healed or died.

Miami-Dade also reports the deaths of 46 people in 24 hours, adding up to 2,600 deaths to this day.

On the other hand, Florida denotes 3,571 new cases, as well as 149 deaths in 24 hours, totaling 637,013 contagions and 11,650 coronavirus-related deaths since the pandemic began in March.

And if we added to this 150 deaths of people who did not reside in the state, but were cared for here, the total would amount to 11,800 deaths.

Meanwhile, Broward has accounted for 72,634 infected and 1,206 deceased since the pandemic began in March.

Palm Beach accumulates 42,643 and 1,150 deaths to date.

On the other hand, Monroe County, home to the Keys, totals 1,747 infected and 16 deaths so far.

Wednesday, September 2

The Florida Health Authority reports that Miami-Dade County, home to the city of Miami, denotes on Wednesday, September 2, 341 new coronavirus contagions, accumulating 159,400 cases since the pandemic began in March, including the thousands that have healed or died.

In this way, Miami-Dade regains the trend of less than 500 new cases daily, after reporting on Tuesday more than 1,700 cases late, although the County recognized only 866 new cases, of the 2,149 reported by the state, and thus kept the test and positive rate of the last 14 days below 10%.

It is worth remembering that the rate recommended by the Center for Disease Control (CDC), to establish the so-called “new normal”, is less than 10% trending at 5% for 14 days.

Miami-Dade also reports the deaths of 17 people in 24 hours, adding up to 2,554 deaths to this day.

On the other hand, Florida denotes an undetermined amount that was not reported before: 2,402 new cases, as well as 127 deaths in 24 hours, totaling 633,442 contagions and 11,501 coronavirus-related deaths since the pandemic began in March.

And if we added to this 150 deaths of people who did not reside in the state, but were cared for here, the total would amount to 11,651 deaths.

Meanwhile, Broward has accounted for 72,371 infected and 1,197 deceased since the pandemic began in March.

Palm Beach accumulates 42,518 and 1,140 deaths to date.

On the other hand, Monroe County, home to the Keys, totals 1,747 infected and 16 deaths so far.

Tuesday, September 1

The Florida Health Authority reports that Miami-Dade County, where the city of Miami is located, denotes on Tuesday, September 1, 2,149 new contagions, 1,798 more than yesterday, boasting an undetermined amount that was not reported in previous days and now joining to accumulate 159,059 contagions since the pandemic began in March, including the thousands who have healed or died.

Miami-Dade also reports the deaths of 100 people in 24 hours, 64 more than yesterday, which also means an undetermined amount that was not reported in previous days, to add up to 2,537 deaths to this day.

In fact, the condal government’s daily case report differs from the figure reported by the State authority. According to Miami-Dade, 866 new cases are reported today versus 2,149 that we mentioned earlier.

Taking into account the lower figure, Miami-Dade keeps the test and positive rate of the last 14 days below 10% per seventh day, exactly 8.22%.

However, if the figure reported by the state is taken into account, the rate would re-escalate above 11%.

In fact, the rate recommended by the Center for Disease Control (CDC) to establish the so-called “new normal” is less than 10% trending at 5% for 14 days.

However, the state authority ensures that these are figures that were not reported in time by the Quest Diagnostics laboratory. As far behind as April, and therefore “cuts ties with the firm”.

“The fact that Quest did not report nearly 75,000 results, which some date back to April, means that most of the data being published should not be taken into account today,” the state said in a press release.

On the other hand, like Miami-Dade, Florida denotes an undetermined amount that was not reported before: from 1,885 new cases on Monday, August 31 to 7,569 contagions on Tuesday, September 1, as well as 187 deaths in 24 hours, totaling 631,040 contagions and 11,374 coronavirus-related deaths since the pandemic began in March.

And if we added to this 144 deaths of people who did not reside in the state, but were cared for here, the total would amount to 11,518 deaths.

Meanwhile, Broward has accounted for 72,245 infected and 1,187 demises since the pandemic began in March.

Palm Beach accumulates 42,387 and 1,128 deaths to date.

On the other hand, Monroe County, home to the Keys, totals 1,743 infected and 16 deaths so far.

Monday, August 31

The state Health Authority reports that Miami-Dade County, where the city of Miami is located, denotes on Monday, August 31, 351 new contagions, 170 less than yesterday, totaling 156,910 cumulative cases, including the thousands who have healed or died.

Miami-Dade also reports the deaths of 34 people in 24 hours, 30 more than yesterday, and this adds up to 2,437 deaths to this day.

Miami-Dade, the state’s most populous county, also says the test and positive rate of the past 14 days is below 10% per sixth day, exactly 8.39%.

This means a significant improvement over two weeks ago, when 20% was reported, and even 28% earlier, when repeat cases were included

In fact, the rate recommended by the Center for Disease Control (CDC) to establish the so-called “new normal” is less than 10% trending at 5% for 14 days.

Moreover, the Florida State Health Authority reports 1,885 new cases, 698 fewer than yesterday, as well as 68 deaths in 24 hours, 54 more than yesterday, totaling 623,471 contagions and 11,187 coronavirus-related deaths since the pandemic began in March.

And if we added to this 144 deaths of people who did not reside in the state, but were cared for here, the total would amount to 11,331 deaths.

Meanwhile, Broward has accounted for 71,121 infected and 1,184 deces since the pandemic began in March.

Palm Beach accumulates 41,965 and 1,119 deaths to date.

On the other hand, Monroe County, home to the Keys, totals 1,734 infected and 16 deaths so far.

Sunday, August 30

The state health authority reports that Miami-Dade County, where the city of Miami is located, denotes on Sunday, August 30, 521 new contagions, 99 less than yesterday, totaling 156,559 cumulative cases, including the thousands that have healed or died.

Miami-Dade also reports the deaths of four people in 24 hours, 19 less than yesterday, and this adds up to 2,403 deaths to this day.

Miami-Dade, the state’s most populous county, also says the test and positive rate of the past 14 days is below 10% per fifth day, exactly 8.81%.

This means a significant improvement over two weeks ago when 20% was reported, and even 28% earlier, when repeat cases were included

In fact, the rate recommended by the Center for Disease Control (CDC) to establish the so-called “new normal” is less than 10% trending at 5% for 14 days.

Moreover, the Florida State Health Authority reports 2,583 new cases, 614 fewer than yesterday, as well as 14 deaths in 24 hours, 134 fewer than yesterday, adding up to 621,586 contagions and 11,119 coronavirus-related deaths since the pandemic began in March.

And if we added to this 144 deaths of people who did not reside in the state, but were cared for here, the total would amount to 11,263 deaths.

Meanwhile, Broward has totaled 70,950 infected and 1,175 demises since the pandemic began in March.

Palm Beach accumulates 41,865 and 1,117 deaths to date.

On the other hand, Monroe County, home to the Keys, totals 1,727 infected and 16 deaths so far.

Saturday, August 29

The state health authority reports that Miami-Dade County, where the city of Miami is located, denotes on Saturday, August 29, 620 new contagions, 41 fewer than yesterday, totaling 156,038 cumulative cases, including the thousands who have healed or died.

Miami-Dade also reports the deaths of 27 people in 24 hours, one more than yesterday, and this adds up to 2,399 deaths to this day.

On the other hand, the Florida State Health Authority reports 3,197 new cases, 618 fewer than yesterday, as well as 148 deaths in 24 hours, 59 more than yesterday, totaling 619,003 contagions and 11,105 coronavirus-related deaths since the pandemic began in March.

And if we added to this 144 deaths of people who did not reside in the state, but were cared for here, the total would amount to 11,249 deaths.

Friday, August 28

The state health authority reports that Miami-Dade County, where the city of Miami is located, denotes on Friday, August 28, 661 new contagions, 39 more than yesterday, totaling 155,418 cumulative cases, including the thousands that have been cured or deceased.

Miami-Dade, the state’s most populous county, also says the test and positive rate of the past 14 days is below 10% per second day, exactly 9.33%.

This means a significant improvement over two weeks ago when 20% was reported, and even 28% earlier, when repeat cases were included

In fact, the rate recommended by the Center for Disease Control (CDC) to establish the so-called “new normal” is less than 10% trending at 5% for 14 days.

Miami-Dade also reports the deaths of 26 people in 24 hours, three less than yesterday, and this adds up to 2,372 deaths to this day.

On the other hand, the State Health Authority of Florida reports 3,815 new cases, 546 more than yesterday, as well as 89 deaths in 24 hours, 46 less than yesterday, totaling 615,806 contagions and 10,957 coronavirus-related deaths since the pandemic began in March.

And if we added to this 143 deaths of people who did not reside in the state, but were cared for here, the total would amount to 11,100 deaths.

Meanwhile, Broward reports 366 new cases and six deaths, totaling 70,513 infected and 1,175 deaths to date.

Palm Beach denotes 363 new contagions and five deaths in the last 24 hours, totaling 41,558 and 1,099 deaths to date.

On the other hand, Monroe County, home to the Keys, reports 10 new cases and one death in the last 24 hours, totaling 1,714 infected and 16 deaths so far.

Thursday, August 27

The state health authority reports that Miami-Dade County, where the city of Miami is located, denotes on Thursday, August 27, 622 new contagions, 88 less than yesterday, totaling 154,757 cumulative cases, including the thousands that have healed or died.

Miami-Dade, the state’s most populous county, also says the test and positive rate of the past 14 days is below 10% for the first time, exactly 9.93 percent.

This means a significant improvement over 15 days ago when 20% was reported, and even 28% earlier when repeat cases were included.

In fact, the rate recommended by the Center for Disease Control (CDC) to establish the so-called “new normal” is less than 10% trending at 5% for 14 days.

Miami-Dade also reports the deaths of 29 people in 24 hours, 11 less than yesterday, and this adds up to 2,346 deaths to this day.

On the other hand, the State Health Authority of Florida reports 3,269 new cases, as well as 135 deaths in 24 hours, 18 less than yesterday, totaling 611,991 contagions and 10,868 coronavirus-related deaths since the pandemic began in March.

And if we added to this 143 deaths of people who did not reside in the state, but were cared for here, the total would amount to 11,011 deaths.

Meanwhile, Broward reports 264 new cases and nine deaths, totaling 70,147 infected and 1,169 deaths to date.

Palm Beach denotes 182 new contagions and 16 deaths in the last 24 hours, totaling 41,195 and 1,094 deaths to date.

On the other hand, Monroe County, home to the Keys, reports four new cases and no deaths in the last 24 hours, adding up to 1,704 infected and 15 deaths so far.

Wednesday, August 26

The state health authority reports that Miami-Dade County, where the city of Miami is located, denotes on Wednesday, August 26, 750 new contagions, totaling 154,135 cumulative cases, including the thousands that have healed or died.

Miami-Dade also reports the deaths of 40 people in 24 hours, and this adds up to 2,317 deaths to this day.

On the other hand, the State Health Authority of Florida reports 3,220 new cases, as well as 153 deaths in 24 hours, totaling 608,722 contagions and 10,733 coronavirus-related deaths since the pandemic began in March.

And if we added to this 139 deaths of people who did not reside in the state, but were cared for here, the total would amount to 10,872 deaths.

Meanwhile, Broward reports 299 new cases and 13 deaths, totaling 69,883 infected and 1,160 deaths to date.

Palm Beach denotes 160 new contagions and 12 deaths in the last 24 hours, totaling 41,013 and 1,078 deaths to date.

On the other hand, Monroe County, home to the Keys, reports five new cases and one death, adding up to 1,700 infected and 15 deaths so far.

Tuesday, August 25

As we anticipated yesterday, the figure reported on Monday, only 30 cases, did not include all reports, given the delay that the weekend can cause, and today the state health authority publishes that Miami-Dade denotes on Tuesday, August 25, 1,369 new contagions, which would amount to an average between the two days of 699 cases.

Either way, Miami-Dade accumulates 153,385 cumulative cases, including the thousands that have healed or died.

Miami-Dade also reports the deaths of 24 people in 24 hours, 17 more than yesterday, and this adds up to 2,277 deaths to this day.

Moreover, the Florida State Health Authority reports 2,673 new cases, 415 more than yesterday, as well as 183 deaths in 24 hours, 111 more than yesterday, totaling 605,502 contagions and 10,580 coronavirus-related deaths since the pandemic began in March.

And if we added to this 137 deaths of people who did not reside in the state, but were cared for here, the total would amount to 10,717 deaths.

Meanwhile, Broward reports 201 new cases and 15 deaths, totaling 69,584 infected, as well as 1,147 deaths to date.

Palm Beach denotes 107 new contagions and five deaths in the last 24 hours, totaling 40,853 and 1,066 deaths to date.

On the other hand, Monroe County, home to the Keys, reports a new but no death, adding up to 1,695 infected and 14 deaths so far.

Monday, August 24

Miami-Dade County, home to the city of Miami, reports on Monday, August 24, only 30 new cases, 742 fewer than yesterday, which makes you think about the possibility that, given the course of the weekend, the state health authority did not receive all reports on time.

Either way, Miami-Dade adds up to 152,016 cumulative cases, including the thousands that have healed or died.

Miami-Dade also reports the deaths of seven people in 24 hours, one less than yesterday, and this adds up to 2,253 deaths to this day.

On the other hand, the Florida State Health Authority reports 2,258 new cases, 716 fewer than yesterday, as well as 72 deaths in 24 hours, 19 more than yesterday, totaling 602,829 contagions and 10,397 coronavirus-related deaths since the pandemic began in March.

And if we added to this 137 deaths of people who did not reside in the state, but were cared for here, the total would amount to 10,534 deaths.

Meanwhile, Broward reports 247 new cases and no deaths, totaling 69,383 infected, as well as 1,132 deaths to date.

Palm Beach denotes 176 new contagions and two deaths in the last 24 hours, totaling 40,746 and 1,061 deaths to date.

On the other hand, Monroe County, home to the Keys, does not report new cases or deaths, keeping the figures 1,694 infected and 14 deaths so far.

Sunday, August 23

Miami-Dade County, where the city of Miami is located, reports on Sunday, August 23, 772 new cases, 137 fewer than yesterday, totaling 151,986 cumulative cases, including the thousands that have been cured or deceased.

Miami-Dade also reports the deaths of eight people in 24 hours, 11 less than yesterday, and this adds up to 2,246 deaths to this day.

On the other hand, the Florida State Health Authority reports 2,974 new cases, 1,337 fewer than yesterday, as well as 51 deaths in 24 hours, 55 less than yesterday, adding up to 600,571chontagios and 10,325 coronavirus-related deaths since the pandemic began in March.

And if we added to this 137 deaths of people who did not reside in the state, but were cared for here, the total would amount to 10,462 deaths.

Meanwhile, Broward reports 241 new cases and 25 deaths, totaling 69,136 infected, as well as 1,113 deaths to date.

Palm Beach denotes 183 new contagions and no deaths in the last 24 hours, totaling 40,570 and 1,059 deaths to date.

On the other hand, Monroe County, home to the Keys, does not report new cases or deaths, keeping the figures 1,694 infected and 14 deaths so far.

Saturday, August 22

Miami-Dade County, where the city of Miami is located, reports on Saturday, August 22, 909, 234 fewer than yesterday, totaling 151,214 cumulative cases, including the thousands that have been cured or deceased.

Miami-Dade also reports the deaths of 19 people in 24 hours, 15 less than yesterday, and this adds up to 2,238 deaths to this day.

On the other hand, the Florida State Health Authority reports 4,311 new cases, 373 fewer than yesterday, as well as 106 deaths in 24 hours, 13 less than yesterday, adding up to 597,597 contagions and 10,274 coronavirus-related deaths since the pandemic began in March.

And if we added to this 137 deaths of people who did not reside in the state, but were cared for here, the total would amount to 10,411 deaths.

It is worth remembering that Florida’s state authority does not report the number of people healed, as most states in the country do, because, among other things, they do not keep track of those who have managed to defeat the virus.

According to statistics from the National Center for Infectious Diseases, more than 95% of the infected manage to overcome COVID-19.

Meanwhile, Broward reports 439 new cases and 20 deaths, totaling 68,891 infected, as well as 1,088 deaths to date.

Palm Beach denotes 230 new contagions and 11 deaths in the last 24 hours, totaling 40,387 and 1,059 deaths to date.

On the other hand, Monroe County, home to the Keys, denotes seven new cases and no deaths, accumulating 1,694 infected and 14 death so far.

Friday, August 21

Miami-Dade County reports a lower-than-recommended daily test and positive rate for the third day, at 9.53%, reaffirming the downward trend per day.

This index is calculated taking into account the number of tests carried out and the number that is positive on any given day, about 11,000 tests in this case, although the delay of reports from previous days calls into question the accuracy of the report.

Either way, the 14-day rate remains high, above the 10% recommended by the National Center for Contagious Diseases (CDC), at 11.38%, after reaching 20% a month ago, and even 28%, when repeat cases were added up.

Today Friday, August 21, Miami-Dade, where the city of Miami is located, denotes 1,143 new cases, 74 more than yesterday, totaling 150,305 cases accumulated, including the thousands that have been cured or deceased.

Miami-Dade also reports the deaths of 34 people in 24 hours, 15 more than yesterday, and this adds up to 2,219 deaths to this day.

Moreover, the Florida State Health Authority reports 4,684 new cases, 129 more than yesterday, as well as 119 deaths in 24 hours, two more than yesterday, totaling 593,286 contagions and 10,168 coronavirus-related deaths since the pandemic began in March.

And if we added to this 137 deaths of people who did not reside in the state, but were cared for here, the total would amount to 10,305 deaths.

Let’s remember that Florida’s state authority does not report the number of people healed, as most states in the country do, because, among other things, they do not keep track of those who have managed to defeat the virus.

According to statistics from the National Center for Infectious Diseases, more than 95% of the infected manage to overcome COVID-19.

Meanwhile, Broward reports 474 new cases and 17 deaths, totaling 68,542 infected, as well as 1,068 deaths to date.

Palm Beach denotes 271 new contagions and nine deaths in the last 24 hours, totaling 40,157 and 1,048 deaths to date.

On the other hand, Monroe County, home to the Keys, denotes 12 new cases and one death, accumulating 1,687 infected and 14 deaths so far.

Thursday, August 20

Miami-Dade County reports for the first time in two months a lower-than-recommended daily test and a positive rate of 9.7%, denoting the necessary decline everyone expected.

However, the 14-day rate remains high, above the 10% recommended by the National Center for Contagious Diseases (CDC), at 12%, after reaching 20% a month ago, and even 28%, when repeating cases were added up.

Today Thursday, August 20, Miami-Dade, where the city of Miami is located, denotes 1,069 new cases, 34 fewer than yesterday, totaling 149,162 cumulative cases, including the thousands that have healed or died.

In this way, Miami-Dade reports more than 1,000 new contagions in 24 hours per second day. However, hospitalization figures continue to trend downwards and currently, according to the district government’s daily report, 1,219 people are hospitalized, including 334 in intensive care facilities.

Miami-Dade also reports the deaths of 19 people in 24 hours, 21 fewer than yesterday, and this adds up to 2,185 deaths to this day.

Moreover, the Florida State Health Authority reports 4,555 new cases, 440 more than yesterday, as well as 117 deaths in 24 hours, 57 fewer than yesterday, adding up to 588,602 contagions and 10,049 coronavirus-related deaths since the pandemic began in March.

And if we added to this 137 deaths of people who did not reside in the state, but were cared for here, the total would amount to 10,186 deaths.

Let’s remember that Florida’s state authority does not report the number of people healed, as most states in the country do, because, among other things, they do not keep track of those who have managed to defeat the virus.

According to statistics from the National Center for Infectious Diseases, more than 95% of the infected manage to overcome COVID-19.

Meanwhile, Broward reports 534 new cases and two deaths, totaling 68,068 infected, as well as 1,051 deaths to date.

Palm Beach denotes 224 new contagions and 17 deaths in the last 24 hours, totaling 39,886 and 1,039 deaths to date.

On the other hand, Monroe County, home to the Keys, denotes nine new cases and one death, racking up 1,675 infected and 13 deaths so far.

Wednesday, August 19

Florida reports today Wednesday, August 19, that Miami-Dade County, home to the City of Miami, denotes 1,103 new cases, 139 more than yesterday, totaling 148,093 cumulative cases, including the thousands who have been cured or deceased.

In this way, Miami-Dade reports more than 1,000 new contagions in 24 hours. However, hospitalization figures continue to trend downwards and currently, according to the district government’s daily report, 1,294 people are hospitalized, including 354 in intensive care facilities.

Miami-Dade also reports the decessing of 40 people in 24 hours, five less than yesterday, and this adds up to 2,166 deceases to this day.

On the other hand, Florida reports 4,115 new cases, 277 more than yesterday, as well as 174 deaths in 24 hours, 45 less than yesterday, totaling 584,047 contagions and 9,932 coronavirus-related deaths since the pandemic began in March.

And if we added to this 135 deaths of people who did not reside in the state, but were cared for here, the total would amount to 10,067 deaths.

Let’s remember that Florida’s state authority does not report the number of people healed, as most states in the country do, because, among other things, they do not keep track of those who have managed to defeat the virus.

According to statistics from the National Center for Infectious Diseases, more than 95% of the infected manage to overcome COVID-19.

Meanwhile, Broward reports 341 new cases and 24 deaths, totaling 67,534 infected, as well as 1,049 deaths to date.

Palm Beach denotes 388 new contagions and six deaths in the last 24 hours, totaling 39,662 and 1,022 deaths to date.

On the other hand, Monroe County, home to the Keys, denotes 16 new cases and no deaths, accumulating 1,666 infected and 13 deaths so far.

Tuesday, August 18

The State Health Authority of Florida reports today Tuesday, August 18, that Miami-Dade County, home to the City of Miami, denotes 964 new cases, 245 more than yesterday, totaling 146,990 cases accumulated, including the thousands that have been cured or deceased.

In this way, Miami-Dade reports, for the third day, fewer than 1,000 new contagions.

Miami-Dade also reports the decessing of 45 people in 24 hours, 21 more than yesterday, and this adds up to 2,126 deceases to this day.

On the other hand, Florida reports 3,838 new cases, 1,160 more than yesterday, as well as 219 deaths in 24 hours, 132 more than yesterday, totaling 579,932 cases and 9,758 coronavirus-related deaths since the pandemic began in March.

And if we added to this 135 deaths of people who did not reside in the state, but were cared for here, the total would amount to 9,893 deaths.

Let’s remember that Florida’s state authority does not report the number of people healed, as most states in the country do, because, among other things, they do not keep track of those who have managed to defeat the virus.

According to statistics from the National Center for Infectious Diseases, more than 95% of the infected manage to overcome COVID-19.

Meanwhile, Broward reports 367 new cases and 12 deaths, totaling 67,193 infected, as well as 1,025 deaths to date.

Palm Beach denotes 186 new contagions and 17 deaths in the last 24 hours, totaling 39,274 and 1,016 deaths to date.

On the other hand, Monroe County, home to the Keys, denotes seven new cases and no deaths, accumulating 1,650 infected and 13 deaths so far.

Monday, August 17

Three hours late, the Florida State Health Authority reports, today, August 17, that Miami-Dade County, home to the City of Miami, denotes 719 new cases, 181 fewer than yesterday, totaling 146,026 cumulative cases, including the thousands who have been cured or deceased.

In this way, Miami-Dade reports, for the second day, the lowest number of new contagions since mid-June.

Miami-Dade also reports the decessing of 24 people in 24 hours, 14 more than yesterday, and this adds up to 2,081 decesses to this day.

On the other hand, Florida reports 2,678 new cases, 1,101 fewer than yesterday, as well as 87 deaths in 24 hours, 20 less than yesterday, adding up 9,539 coronavirus-related deaths to date, since the pandemic began in March.

And if we added to this 135 deaths of people who did not reside in the state, but were cared for here, the total would amount to 9,674 deaths.

In this way, Florida has accumulated 576,094 cases since the pandemic began, which includes the thousands that have been cured or have died.

Let us remember that the State Authority of Florida does not report the number of people healed, as most states in the country do, because, among other things, it does not keep track of those who have managed to defeat the virus.

According to statistics, more than 95% of the infected manage to overcome COVID-19.

Meanwhile, Broward reports 379 new cases and 33 deaths, totaling 66,826 infected, as well as 1,013 deaths to date.

Palm Beach denotes 145 new contagions and no deaths in the last 24 hours, totaling 39,274 and 989 deaths to date.

On the other hand, Monroe County, home to the Keys, denotes 21 new cases and no deaths, accumulating 1,643 infected and 13 deaths so far.

Sunday, August 16

Miami-Dade County, home to the City of Miami, reports today Sunday, August 16, 900 new cases, the lowest reported since June and 845 fewer than yesterday, totaling 145,307 cumulative cases, including the thousands that have been cured or deceased.

Miami-Dade also reports the decessing of 10 people in 24 hours, 38 less than yesterday, and this adds up to 2,057 decesses to this day.

On the other hand, Florida reports 3,779 new cases, 2,573 fewer than yesterday, and 107 deaths in 24 hours, 97 fewer than yesterday, totaling 9,452 coronavirus-related deaths to date, since the pandemic began in March.

And if we added to this 135 deaths of people who did not reside in the state, but were cared for here, the total would amount to 9,587 deaths.

In this way, Florida has accumulated 573,416 cases since the pandemic began, which includes the thousands that have been cured or have died.

Florida’s state authority does not report the number of people recovered from the virus, as most states in the country do, because, among other things, they do not keep track of those who have managed to defeat the virus.

According to statistics, more than 95% of the infected manage to overcome COVID-19.

Meanwhile, Broward reports 436 new cases and 40 deaths, totaling 66,447 infected, as well as 980 deaths to date.

Palm Beach denotes 554 new contagions and three deaths, adding 39,129 positives and 992 deaths to date.

On the other hand, Monroe County, home to the Keys, denotes 11 new cases and no deaths, accumulating 1,633 infected and 13 deaths so far.

Saturday, August 15

Miami-Dade County, where the City of Miami is located, reports today Saturday, August 15, 1,745 new cases, 67 more than yesterday, totaling 144,407 cases accumulated, including thousands that have been cured or deceased.

Miami-Dade also reports the decessing of 48 people in 24 hours, three more than yesterday, and this adds up to 2,047 deceases to this day.

On the other hand, Florida reports 6,352 new cases, 204 more than yesterday, and 204 deaths in 24 hours, 22 less than yesterday, totaling 9,345 coronavirus-related deaths in Florida to date since the pandemic began in March.

And if we added to this 135 deaths of people who did not reside in the state, but were cared for here, the total would amount to 9,275 deaths.

In this way, Florida has accumulated 569,637 cases since the pandemic began, which includes the thousands that have been cured or have died.

It is worth clarifying that Florida’s state authority does not report the number of people healed, as most states in the country do, because, among other things, they do not keep track of those who have managed to defeat the virus.

According to statistics, more than 90% of the infected manage to overcome COVID-19.

Meanwhile, Broward reports 642 new cases and 26 deaths, totaling 66,011 infected, as well as 940 deaths to date.

Palm Beach denotes 367 new contagions and 13 deaths, totaling 38,575 and 989 deaths to date.

On the other hand, Monroe County, home to the Keys, denotes 19 new cases and no deaths, accumulating 1,622 infected and 13 deaths so far.

Friday, August 14

Miami-Dade County reports 1,678 new cases on Friday, August 14, 678, 35 less than yesterday, totaling 142,662 cumulative cases, including the thousands that have been cured or deceased.

Meanwhile, Miami-Dade reports the decessing of 45 people in 24 hours, 30 more than yesterday, and this adds up to 1,999 deceases to this day.

On the other hand, Florida reports 6,148 new cases, 88 fewer than yesterday, and 228 deaths in 24 hours, 80 more than yesterday, totaling 9,141 coronavirus-related deaths in Florida to date since the pandemic began in March.

And if we added to this 134 deaths of people who did not reside in the state, but were cared for here, the total would amount to 9,275 deaths.

In this way, Florida has accumulated 563,285 cases since the pandemic began, which includes the thousands that have been cured or have died.

Broward also reports 628 new cases and 24 deaths, totaling 65,369 infected, as well as 914 deaths to date.

Palm Beach denotes 367 new contagions and 12 deaths, totaling 38,575, as well as 976 deaths to date.

On the other hand, Monroe County, home to the Keys, denotes 26 new cases and no deaths, accumulating 1,603 infected and 13 deaths so far.

Thursday, August 13

Following Miami-Dade’s new record of 4,141 cases on Wednesday 12, Florida’s county clarifies that the high number was the result of a lab delay, which inexplicably accumulated unenforced results for weeks.

In fact, Miami-Dade reports today Thursday, August 13, 1,713 new cases, somewhat more consistent with the 1,507 figure that was reported on Tuesday.

Either way, Miami-Dade now adds 140,984 cumulative cases, including the thousands that have healed or died.

About the cure, there are no official figures, not even an estimate as the vast majority of states in the country do. The state government assures that they do not have a way to confirm this if they are not tested a second time or are not admitted to hospitals.

The deceased’s sideboard seems to be more viable: Miami-Dade reports the deaths of 15 people in 24 hours, 15 less than yesterday, and this adds up to 1,954 deaths to this day.

On the other hand, Florida reports 6,236 new cases, 1,873 fewer than yesterday, and 148 deaths in 24 hours, 64 fewer than yesterday, totaling 8,913 coronavirus-related deaths in Florida to date since the pandemic began in March.

And if we added to this 134 deaths of people who did not reside in the state, but were cared for here, the total would amount to 9,047 deaths.

In this way, Florida has accumulated 557,137 cases since the pandemic began, which includes the thousands that have been cured or have died.

Broward also reports 661 new cases and 24 deaths, totaling 64,741 infected and 883 deaths to date.

Palm Beach denotes 274 new contagions and 10 deaths, totaling 38,208 and 964 respectively.

On the other hand, Monroe County, home to the Keys, denotes 21 new cases and no deaths, accumulating 1,577 infected and 13 deaths to date.

Wednesday, August 12

Miami-Dade County, home to the City of Miami, reports on Wednesday, August 12, 4,141 new cases, 2,634 more than yesterday, a new record since the pandemic began in March.

In this way, Miami-Dade surpasses its previous record of 3,576 new cases, which was reported on July 12

Thus, Miami-Dade confirms 139,271 cumulative cases, including the thousands that have been cured or deceased.

Miami-Dade also reports the deaths of 30 people in 24 hours, five less than yesterday, and this adds up to 1,939 deaths to this day.

On the other hand, Florida reports 8,109 new cases, 2,278 more than yesterday, and 212 deaths in 24 hours, 64 fewer than yesterday, totaling 8,765 coronavirus-related deaths in Florida to date since the pandemic began in March.

And if we added to this 132 deaths of people who did not reside in the state, but were cared for here, the total would amount to 8,897 deaths.

In this way, Florida has accumulated 550,901 cases since the pandemic began, which includes the thousands that have been cured or have died.

Broward also reports 475 new cases and three deaths, totaling 64,080 infected and 859 deaths to date.

Palm Beach denotes 293 new contagions and 14 deaths, totaling 37,934 and 954 respectively.

On the other hand, Monroe County, home to the Keys, denotes eight new cases and no deaths, accumulating 1,556 infected and 13 deaths to date.

Tuesday, August 11

The Florida State Health Authority reports a new record on Tuesday, August 11, 276 deaths in 24 hours, 185 more than yesterday, a new record, adding up to 8,553 coronavirus-related deaths in Florida to date, since the pandemic began in March.

And if we added to this 132 deaths of people who did not reside in the state, but were cared for here, the total would amount to 8,685 deaths.

Meanwhile, Florida reports 5,831 new cases, 1,676 more than yesterday.

In this way, Florida has accumulated 542,792 cases since the pandemic began, which includes the thousands that have been cured or have died.

Moreover, in Miami-Dade County, where the City of Miami is located, it reports only 1,507 new cases, 345 more than yesterday, while laboratories continue to report the accumulated results.

Meanwhile, Miami-Dade has confirmed 135,130 cumulative cases since the health crisis began in March.

Miami-Dade reports the deaths of 35 people in 24 hours, 26 more than yesterday, and this adds up to 1,909 deaths to this day.

Broward also reports 707 new cases and 35 deaths, totaling 63,605 infected and 856 deaths to date.

Palm Beach denotes 344 new contagions and four deaths, totaling 37,641 and 940 respectively.

On the other hand, Monroe County, home to the Keys, denotes 17 new cases and no deaths, accumulating 1,548 infected and 13 deaths to date.

Monday, August 10

Florida reports Monday, August 10, 91 deaths in 24 hours, 14 more than yesterday, totaling 8,277 coronavirus-related deaths in Florida to date, since the pandemic began in March.

And if we added to this 131 deaths of people who did not reside in the state, but were cared for here, the total would amount to 8,408 deaths.

Meanwhile, Florida reports 4,155 new cases, 2,074 fewer than yesterday.

In this way, Florida has accumulated 536,961 cases since the pandemic began, which includes the thousands that have been cured or have died.

Moreover, in Miami-Dade County, home to the City of Miami, it only reports 1,162 new cases, 82 fewer than yesterday, as labs report the results after three days of closing last week.

So far, Miami-Dade has confirmed 133,623 cumulative cases since the health crisis began in March.

Miami-Dade reports the deaths of nine people in 24 hours, 18 less than yesterday, and this adds up to 1,874 deaths to this day.

Broward also reports 630 new cases and 18 deaths, adding up to 62,898 infected and 821 deaths to date.

Palm Beach denotes 277 new contagions and five deaths, totaling 37,297 and 936 respectively.

On the other hand, Monroe County, home to the Keys, denotes five new cases and no deaths, accumulating 1,531 infected and 13 deaths to date.

Sunday, August 9

The Florida Health Authority reports August 9, 77 deaths in 24 hours, 105 less than yesterday, totaling 8,186 coronavirus-related deaths in Florida to date, since the pandemic began in March.

And if we added to this 129 deaths of people who did not reside in the state, but were cared for here, the total would amount to 8,315 deaths.

Meanwhile, Florida reports 6,229 new cases, 2,273 fewer than yesterday.

In this way, Florida has accumulated 532,806 cases since the pandemic began, which includes the thousands that have been cured or have died.

On the other hand, in Miami-Dade County, home to the City of Miami, it only reports 1,244 new cases, 564 fewer than yesterday, as labs report the results after three days of closing last week.

So far, Miami-Dade has confirmed 132,461 cumulative cases since the health crisis began in March.

Miami-Dade reports the deaths of 27 people in 24 hours, two less than yesterday, and this adds up to 1,865 deaths to this day.

Broward also reports 654 new cases and 14 deaths, totaling 62,268 infected and 803 deaths to date.

Palm Beach denotes 420 new contagions and two deaths, totaling 37,020 and 931 respectively.

On the other hand, Monroe County, home to the Keys, denotes 12 new cases and no deaths, accumulating 1,526 infected and 13 deaths to date.

Saturday, August 8

Florida reports August 8, 182 deaths in 24 hours, two more than yesterday, totaling 8,109 coronavirus-related deaths in Florida to date, since the pandemic began in March.

And if we added to this 124 deaths of people who did not reside in the state, but were cared for here, the total would amount to 8,238 deaths.

Meanwhile, Florida reports 8,502 new cases, 816 more than yesterday.

In this way, Florida has accumulated 526,577 cases since the pandemic began, which includes the thousands that have been cured or have died.

Moreover, in Miami-Dade County, where the City of Miami is located, it only reports 1,808 new cases, while test centers are reopened and laboratories report the results.

So far, Miami-Dade has confirmed 131,217 cumulative cases since the health crisis began in March.

Miami-Dade reports the deaths of 29 people in 24 hours, five more than yesterday, and this adds up to 1,838 deaths to this day.

Broward also reports 868 new cases and seven deaths, totaling 61,614 infected and 789 deaths to date.

Palm Beach denotes 486 new contagions and 10 deaths, totaling 36,600 and 929 respectively.

On the other hand, Monroe County, home to the Keys, denotes 58 new cases and no deaths, racking up 1,514 infected and 13 deaths to date.

Friday, August 7

The Florida State Health Authority reports 24-hour deaths on Friday, August 7, 180, 60 more than yesterday, totaling 7,927 coronavirus-related deaths in Florida to date, since the pandemic began in March.

And if we added to this 124 deaths of people who did not reside in the state, but were cared for here, the total would amount to 8,051 deaths.

Meanwhile, Florida reports 7,686 new ones, 36 more than yesterday but even less than it reported last week when testing centers were temporarily closed.

However, places enabled for coronavirus testing have been gradually reopened, anticipating a significant increase in cases over the next few days.

In this way, Florida has accumulated 518,075 cases since the pandemic began, which includes the thousands that have been cured or have died.

On the other hand, in Miami-Dade County, where the City of Miami is located, it only reports 1,732 new cases, after reporting 3,037 last Thursday, when the test centers were temporarily closed.

So far, Miami-Dade has confirmed 129,409 cumulative cases since the health crisis began in March.

Miami-Dade reports the deaths of 25 people in 24 hours, 16 more than yesterday, and this adds up to 1,809 deaths to this day.

Broward also reports 688 new cases and no deaths, totaling 60,746 infected and 782 deaths to date.

Palm Beach denotes 377 new contagions and 27 deaths, totaling 36,114 and 892,919 respectively.

On the other hand, Monroe County, home to the Keys, denotes 18 new cases and no deaths, accumulating 1,456 infected and 13 deaths to date.

Thursday, August 6

Florida reports on Thursday, August 6, 7,650 new, 2,241 more than yesterday but much less than it reported last week when all test centers were closed pending Hurricane Isaiah.

However, places enabled for coronavirus testing begin to be gradually reopened, anticipating a significant increase in cases over the next few days.

In this way, Florida has accumulated 510,389 cases since the pandemic began, which includes the thousands that have been cured or have died.

Meanwhile, Florida State Health Authority reports 120 decesses in 24 hours, 105 less than yesterday.

This totals 7,747 coronavirus-related deaths in Florida to date since the pandemic began in March.

And if we added to this 124 deaths of people who did not reside in the state, but were cared for here, the total would amount to 7,871 deaths.

On the other hand, in Miami-Dade County, where the City of Miami is located, it only reports 1,728 new cases, after reporting up to 3,037 last Thursday, when the test centers were temporarily closed.

So far, Miami-Dade has confirmed 127,677 cumulative cases since the health crisis began in March.

On the other hand, Miami-Dade reports the deaths of nine people in 24 hours, 42 less than yesterday, and this adds up to 1,784 deaths to this day.

Broward also reports 704 new cases and no deaths, totaling 60,058 infected and 782 deaths to date, although yesterday reported the cluster of 783 deaths.

Palm Beach denotes 451 new contagions and 10 deaths, totaling 35,737 and 892 respectively.

Wednesday, August 5

Florida reports a new 5,409 on Tuesday, August 5, 409, about half of what it reported last week, when all test centers were operating, before Hurricane Isaiah’s long-awaited passage.

However, places enabled for coronavirus testing begin to be gradually reopened, anticipating a significant increase in cases over the next few days.

In this way, Florida accumulates more than a million contagions, exactly 502,739 cases since the pandemic began, which includes the thousands that have been cured or have died.

Meanwhile, Florida State Health Authority reports 225 decesses in 24 hours, 20 less than yesterday.

This totals 7,627 coronavirus-related deaths in Florida to date since the pandemic began in March.

Today Florida adjusts the death figure of people who did not reside in the state and were cared for here: From 122 on Sunday to 79 on Monday and today 124. And if we add that amount to the 7,627 deaths mentioned above, the total amount in Florida would be 7,751 deaths.

On the other hand, in Miami-Dade County, where the City of Miami is located, it only reports 1,190 new cases, after reporting between 2,546 and 3,037 daily last week, which also denotes the temporary closure of the test posts.

So far, Miami-Dade has confirmed the sum of 125,949 cumulative cases since the health crisis began in March.

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