Florida reports 34 deaths linked to coronavirus, almost 1,800 new cases

ORLANDO, Fla. — Another 34 people have died from coronavirus-related illness, including five Marion County residents, state health officials said Monday.

Sunday’s data released by the Florida Department of Health showed a similar trend, with six of the eight total deaths in Florida involving Marion County residents.

Florida’s death toll has climbed to 12,798.

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Heath officials also reported 1,736 new cases of the virus Monday, a decrease from the 2,423 cases reported Sunday.

Since the pandemic began, there have been 665,730 cases of coronavirus recorded in Florida.

To date, the number of negative tests recorded statewide totals 4,275,278, an increase of 15,342 since Sunday.

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

Orange: 38,013 (+74) / 409 deaths (0)

Osceola: 11,807 (+35) / 136 deaths (0)

Seminole: 8,568 (+16)  / 193 deaths (0)

Polk: 18,523 (+50) / 488 deaths  (0)

Volusia: 10,197 (+37)  / 206 deaths (0)

Brevard:  7,995 (+35) / 256 deaths (+2)

Flagler: 1,571 (+11)  / 19 deaths (+1)

Lake: 7,063 (+17)  / 147 deaths (0)

Marion: 9,165 (+19) / 248 deaths (+5)

Sumter: 2,107 (+4) / 60 deaths (0)

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

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INTERACTIVE MAP: Coronavirus cases in Florida