Florida reports more than 7,000 new COVID-19 cases, 80 coronavirus-related deaths

ORLANDO, Fla. — The Florida Department of Health reported nearly 7,500 new coronavirus infections in the state Tuesday.

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The state reported 7,459 new coronavirus cases Tuesday, up from the 4,663 reported Monday.

State records show Florida with a total of more than 890,000 confirmed cases.

The health department says another 85 Florida residents have died from the virus. That’s more than double the 41 new deaths reported Monday.

To date, a total of 17,644 Floridians have died of coronavirus.

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See a county-by-county- breakdown of new cases in Central Florida below.

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Orange: 52,298 (+410) - 612 (+8)

Osceola: 16,266 (+108) - 229 (+1)

Seminole: 11,666 (+91) - 258 (+3)

Polk: 25,531 (+152) - 654 (+6)

Volusia: 14,460 (+157) - 346 (+3)

Brevard: 13,802 (+150) - 413 (+4)

Flagler: 2,429 (+19) - 41 (+1)

Lake: 9,721 (+56) - 243 (0)

Marion: 11,871 (+93) - 368 (+4)

Sumter: 3,184 (+20) - 90(+1)

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