Central Florida counties have detected the first cases of the U.K. variant of the novel coronavirus.
There are also two other variants of the virus that have been reported across the U.S.
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Here’s a county-by-county breakdown of which variants have been found in local counties:
Health Officer Dr. Raul Pino said on Thursday that a case of the U.K. variant has be found in Orange County. He says the person acquired it while on a trip to Mexico.
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Volusia County officials said they have detected two cases of the U.K. variant.
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Health officials in Brevard County said that one case of the U.K. variant has been found in the county.
Health officials said five cases of the U.K. variant of the virus have been found in Osceola County.
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Health officials in Seminole County said six people in the community have tested positive for the U.K. variant of the virus.
Health officials said a single case of the U.K. variant of the virus has been found in Sumter County.
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Lake County health officials said three cases of the U.K. variant have been found in the county.
Health officials said one case of the U.K. variant of the virus has been found in Polk County.
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