Florida reports more than 11,500 new COVID-19 cases as resident death toll tops 23,000

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ORLANDO, Fla. — As of Monday, Florida health officials said more than 23,000 residents of the state have died from COVID-19 since the pandemic began.

That milestone comes as the state reported 163 additional virus-related deaths between both Florida residents and non-residents as well as 11,576 new cases.

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Of the latest cases, 2,966 were reported in Central Florida. Forty-five deaths were also reported locally with 19 reported in Orange County alone.

Since the pandemic began, there have been 1,488,586 cases of the virus in the state as well as 23,424 virus-related deaths including 353 non-Florida residents.

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

Orange: CASES: 87,688 (+1,054), DEATHS: 797 (+19)

Polk: CASES: 42,880 (+458), DEATHS: 835 (+1)

Osceola: CASES: 28,827 (+347), DEATHS: 311 (+4)

Volusia: CASES: 25,624 (+163), DEATHS: 466 (+4)

Brevard: CASES: 24,314 (+370), DEATHS: 558 (+1)

Seminole: CASES: 20,616 (+152), DEATHS: 324 (+4)

Marion: CASES: 20,694 (+157), DEATHS: 508 (+10)

Lake: CASES: 18,142 (+169), DEATHS: 335 (+1)

Sumter: CASES: 6,029 (+54), DEATHS: 122 (0)

Flagler: CASES: 4,384 (+42), DEATHS: 52 (+1)