Florida reports 119 coronavirus-related deaths, adds more than 2,700 new cases

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ORLANDO, Fla. — Florida reported 2,725 new COVID-19 cases across the state Tuesday.

The new cases bring the total in the state since the pandemic began to 738,749.

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On Tuesday, the state also reported 119 additional COVID-19-related deaths, bringing the state’s death toll of residents and nonresidents to 15,719.

Of the most recent COVID-19-related deaths, 23 were reported in Central Florida, including 5 in Volusia, 4 each in Orange, Brevard, and Polk counties, three in Lake, two in Marion county, and one in Flagler County.

As of Tuesday, the number of negative COVID-19 tests in the state reached 4,854,675, an increase of 23,416 since Monday.

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

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Orange: 42,401 (+182)- 520 deaths (+4)

Osceola: 13,208 (+58)- 174 deaths (0)

Seminole: 9,499 (+40) – 232 deaths (0)

Polk: 21,280 (+123)- 561 deaths (+4)

Volusia: 11,582 (+50)– 294 (+5) deaths

Brevard: 10,025 (+89)- 329 deaths (+4)

Flagler: 1,883 (+8)- 33 deaths (+1)

Lake: 7,973 (+34)- 209 deaths (+3)

Marion: 10,198 (+31)- 326 deaths (+2)

Sumter: 2,674 (+26) - 77 deaths (0)

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