Florida reports more than 5,600 new COVID-19 cases, 73 virus-related deaths

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ORLANDO, Fla. — The Florida Department of Health reported 5,607 new coronavirus cases Thursday.

Of those cases, 1,015 were reported in Central Florida.

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The new cases bring the state’s total number of cases to 863,619 since the pandemic began.

The state also reported 73 more coronavirus-related deaths, including one non-Florida resident. Of those deaths, 20 were reported in Central Florida.

According to the most recent data, Florida’s death toll from the virus is now 17,585, which includes 213 non-Florida residents.

A new study published in the Journal Lancet Psychiatry found that nearly 1 in 5 patients diagnosed with the coronavirus have been diagnosed with a psychiatric disorder weeks after the COVID-19 diagnosis, NPR reported.

Some of the disorders included anxiety, depression and insomnia, even dementia, CBS News reported.

See a county-by-county breakdown of total (and new) cases and deaths below, and click here for an interactive map of cases statewide:

Orange: 50,135 (+383) - 600 (-1)

Osceola: 15,555 (+114) - 229 (+14)

Seminole: 11,234 (+89) - 255 (+2)

Polk: 24,829 (+168) - 644 (+1)

Volusia: 13,986 (+49) - 333 (0)

Brevard: 13,167 (+75) - 400 (0)

Flagler: 2,337 (+13) - 40 (0)

Lake: 9,424 (+64) - 241 (+3)

Marion: 11,508 (+53) - 362 (0)

Sumter: 3,114 (+6) - 89 (0)