Florida reports 148 coronavirus-related deaths, more than 3,100 new cases

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ORLANDO, Fla. — State health officials reported 3,116 new cases of COVID-19 Tuesday.

The latest data shows an increase from the 1,736 cases reported Monday.

The total number of coronavirus cases in Florida, since testing began earlier this year, now stands at 668,846.

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Tuesday’s data also showed another 148 deaths linked to COVID-19, compared to 34 noted in Monday’s report released by the Florida Department of Health.

The state’s death toll has risen to 12,946 over the course of the pandemic.

Of the latest deaths, 35 involved Central Florida residents, including nine in Lake County, seven in Brevard County, six in Polk County and 5 in Marion County.

Orange and Volusia counties both reported three new deaths. Osceola and Sumter counties both reported one new death.

No new deaths were reported in Seminole and Flagler counties.


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To date, the number of negative tests recorded statewide has grown to 4,300,001, increasing by 24,723 since Monday.

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

Orange: 38,147 (+134) 412 deaths (+3)

Osceola: 11,846 (+39) - 137 deaths (+1)

Seminole: 8,613 (+45) - 193 deaths (0)

Polk: 18,612 (+89)  - 494 deaths  (+6)

Volusia: 10,262 (+65) - 209 deaths (+3)

Brevard:  8,050 (+55) - 263 deaths (+7)

Flagler: 1,589 (+18) - 19 deaths (0)

Lake: 7,092 (+29)  - 156 deaths (+9)

Marion: 9,217 (+52) - 253 deaths (+5)

Sumter: 2,121 (+14)- 61 deaths (+1)

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