Florida reports 154 COVID-19 deaths bringing state death toll above 13K

Florida’s total coronavirus death toll reached 13,100 on Wednesday.

That includes 12,939 resident deaths.

In total, the state reported 154 deaths on Wednesday, two of those being non-Florida residents.


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Of those deaths, 25 were reported in Central Florida, including four each in Orange and Marion counties; three each in Seminole, Polk, Volusia and Brevard counties; two in both Lake and Flagler counties; and one in Sumter County.

On Wednesday, Florida health officials also reported an additional 2,355 new coronavirus cases.

The total number of coronavirus cases in Florida, since testing began earlier this year, now stands at 671,201.

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To date, the number of negative tests recorded statewide has grown to 4,312,822, increasing by 12,821 since Tuesday.

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

Orange: 38,242 (+95) - 416 deaths (+4)

Osceola: 11,883 (+37) - 137 deaths (0)

Seminole: 8,635 (+59)- 196 deaths (+3)

Polk: 18,674 (+62) - 497 deaths (+3)

Volusia: 10,307 (+45)- 212 deaths (+3)

Brevard: 8,097 (+47) - 266 deaths (+3)

Flagler: 1,597 (+8)- 21 deaths (+2)

Lake: 7,137 (+45) - 158 deaths (+2)

Marion: 9,235 (+18) - 257 deaths (+4)

Sumter: 2,129 (+8) - 62 deaths (+1)

Click here to find out where to find COVID-19 testing in Central Florida.

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Stay tuned to Channel 9 Eyewitness News for updates.

INTERACTIVE MAP: Coronavirus cases in Florida

Sarah Wilson

Sarah Wilson, WFTV.com

Sarah Wilson joined WFTV Channel 9 in 2018 as a digital producer after working as an award-winning newspaper reporter for nearly a decade in various communities across Central Florida.