ORLANDO, Fla. — The Florida Department of Health reported 3,319 new COVID-19 cases on Saturday.
This is less than the 3,590 cases reported Friday and 4,064 cases added Thursday.
Of the new cases reported, 704 were in Central Florida.
State records show 2,289,522 COVID-19 cases have been recorded in Florida since the start of the pandemic.
State health officials also reported 57 virus-related deaths Saturday, including one person who was not a Florida resident.
Of the new deaths reported, six were in Central Florida.
Polk County added three deaths, Osceola County reported two and Orange County added one.
Marion County and Lake County saw their death totals slightly lower; this is typically due to health officials processing additional data for reported COVID-19 deaths.
Records show a total of 36,776 COVID-19-related deaths have been reported in Florida.
COVID-19 vaccination efforts also continue across the state.
Records show 9,538,110 people have received a COVID-19 vaccine in Florida.
Including single and two-dose vaccines, 16,360,288 COVID-19 vaccines have been administered in the state.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced Friday that vaccinated people no longer need face coverings and the change is having a ripple effect across Central Florida.
Local companies and attractions are now making changes to match the new guidance.
See a county-by-county breakdown of total (and new) cases below, and click here for an interactive map of cases statewide:
Orange: CASES: 140,372 (+240) - DEATHS: 1,283 (+1)
Polk: CASES: 69,778 (+102) - DEATHS: 1,343 (+3)
Osceola: CASES: 45,343 (+55) - DEATHS: 517 (+2)
Volusia: CASES: 43,953 (+76) - DEATHS: 813 (0)
Brevard: CASES: 42,193 (+82) - DEATHS: 881 (0)
Seminole: CASES: 34,606 (+51) - DEATHS: 503 (0)
Marion: CASES: 31,491 (+29) - DEATHS: 968 (-2)
Lake: CASES: 30,241 (+61) - DEATHS: 641 (-1)
Sumter: CASES: 9,381 (+3) - DEATHS: 278 (0)
Flagler: CASES: 7,388 (+5) - DEATHS: 110 (0)
Cox Media Group