Coronavirus in Florida: Over 26K cases of COVID-19 in state, 774 deaths

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TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – There are now over 26,000 confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus in Florida, according to the latest figures on the state health department’s website.

There have been four COVID-19 deaths in the Tampa Bay area over the weekend. Friday evening’s update included 16 deaths in the area.

One death was counted in Hernando County Saturday morning. Sarasota County reported one new death and Manatee County reported two new deaths on Saturday evening.

The health department confirmed an additional 318 cases of the virus on Sunday evening, bringing the total number of confirmed cases in the state to 26,314. There have been 774 deaths.

Of the new cases reported Sunday morning, 45 of them were in Manatee County.

Around the world, there are more than 2.39 million cases of the novel coronavirus and more than 164,000 people have died. The US has over 755,000 known cases and over 40,000 deaths.

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY

Total Cases: 960
Deaths: 19
Hospitalizations: 151

Demographics of Cases
Men: 455
Women: 463

PINELLAS COUNTY

Total Cases: 592
Deaths: 16
Hospitalizations: 123

Demographics of Cases
Men: 272
Women: 279

SARASOTA COUNTY

Total Cases: 284
Deaths: 23
Hospitalizations: 97

Demographics of Cases
Men: 117
Women: 152

MANATEE COUNTY

Total Cases: 417
Deaths: 31
Hospitalizations: 79

Demographics of Cases
Men: 175
Women: 236

PASCO COUNTY

Total Cases: 205
Deaths: 3
Hospitalizations: 43

Demographics of Cases
Men: 99
Women: 99

POLK COUNTY

Total Cases: 326
Deaths: 12
Hospitalizations: 93

Demographics of Cases
Men: 145
Women: 172

HERNANDO COUNTY

Total Cases: 84
Deaths: 3
Hospitalizations: 21

Demographics of Cases
Men: 39
Women: 41

HIGHLANDS COUNTY

Total Cases: 70
Deaths: 6
Hospitalizations: 25

Demographics of Cases
Men: 36
Women: 33

CITRUS COUNTY

Total Cases: 84
Deaths: 8
Hospitalizations: 23

Demographics of Cases
Men: 42
Women: 42

HARDEE COUNTY

Total Cases: 4
Deaths: 0
Hospitalizations: 2

Demographics of Cases
Men: 50%
Women: 50%

For more information on coronavirus in Florida, visit the live DOH Dashboard here.

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