Florida reports 62 coronavirus-related deaths, more than 7K new cases

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ORLANDO, Fla. — The Florida Department of Health said Sunday that another 62 people have died throughout the state from illness linked to COVID-19. The state’s coronavirus-related death toll now stands at 7,206.

Of the 62 deaths, two were in Orange County, two were in Polk County, one was in Osceola County, three were in Seminole County, two were in Brevard County and two were in Volusia County.

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The number of new positive cases reported on Sunday was 7,104, causing the total number of positive COVID-19 tests in Florida to climb to 487,132.

The additional 34,450 negative tests statewide noted in Sunday’s data brought the total to 3,233,865 since testing began.

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

Orange: 29,699 (+233)

Polk: 12,991 (+256)

Osceola: 8,782 (+133)

Seminole: 6,639 (+73)

Brevard: 5,587 (+66)

Volusia:  7,097 (+138)

Flagler: 930 (+11)

Lake: 4,661 (+49)

Marion: 5,173 (+104)

Sumter: 1,131 (+40)

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