Florida reports 41 more deaths linked to coronavirus, 1,400 new cases

ORLANDO, Fla. — The Florida Department of Health has linked 41 more deaths to coronavirus, pushing the state’s death toll to 14,886.

Monday’s data showed a slight decrease from Sunday, when health officials noted 43 deaths statewide.

The deaths reported in Monday’s data involved 13 local residents, including three in Brevard County, two each in Orange, Polk and Marion counties, and one each in Osceola, Seminole, Volusia and Flagler counties.

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The most recent data also revealed 1,415 new cases of the virus, a decrease from the 1,868 cases reported on Sunday.

Since the pandemic began, 717,874 cases of COVID-19 have been recorded in Florida.

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To date, the number of negative tests recorded by state health officials totals 4,694,809, an increase of 14,394 since Sunday.

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

Orange: 41,055 (+115) - 483 deaths (+2)

Osceola: 12,798 (+38)- 159 deaths (+1)

Seminole: 9,250 (+37) - 228 deaths (+1)

Polk: 20,500 (+75)- 533 deaths (+2)

Volusia: 11,150 (+40) - 261 deaths (+1)

Brevard: 9,399 (+26)- 308 deaths (+3)

Flagler: 1,793 (+6) - 29 deaths (+1)

Lake: 7,712 (19)- 197 deaths (0)

Marion: 9,969 (+31)- 305 deaths (+2)

Sumter: 2,458 (+12) - 73 deaths (0)

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INTERACTIVE MAP: Coronavirus cases in Florida