TOP FIVE. MEANWHILE, THE STATE HEALT DEPARTMENT IS NOW REPORTING AN ADDITIONAL 651 CASES OF THE CORONAVIRUS AND 45 NEW DEATHS. SINCE THE PANDEMIC BEGAN, MORE THAN 53,000 PEOPLE IN OUR STATE HAVE BEEN DIAGNOSE 2,364 PEOPLE HAVE DIED. LOCALLY, NEARLY 100 PEOPLE HAVE BEEN DIAGNOSED WITH COVID-

Over 53,200 cases of COVID-19 in Florida; Death toll climbs to 2,364

According to the Department of Health, there were 53,285 total cases of COVID-19 in Florida as of Thursday morning. That’s 651 more cases than the previous day.At least 2,364 Florida residents have died from COVID-19, as 45 new deaths were reported.MAP: See county-by-county cases across the statePalm Beach County: 5,541 cases327 deathsMen: 2,791; Women: 2,6541,132 hospitalizations86 new reported cases since Wednesday7 new reported deaths since WednesdayMartin County: 557 cases9 deathsMen: 280, Women: 25974 hospitalizations7 new reported cases since Wednesday0 new reported deaths since WednesdaySt. Lucie County: 420 cases29 deathsMen: 190, Women: 21392 hospitalizations7 new reported cases since Tuesday1 new reported death since TuesdayIndian River County: 120 cases9 deathsMen: 53, Women: 5632 hospitalizations1 new reported case since Wednesday0 new reported deaths since WednesdayOkeechobee County: 68 cases0 deathsMen: 34, Women: 337 hospitalizations1 new reported case since WednesdayBroward County: 6,870 cases307 deathsMen: 3,312, Women: 3,3901,522 hospitalizations45 new reported cases since Wednesday2 new reported deaths since WednesdayMiami-Dade County: 17,396 cases669 deathsMen: 8,671, Women: 8,5312,864 hospitalizations171 new reported cases since Wednesday14 new reported deaths since WednesdayTesting in Florida:Total Tests: 953,321Positive: 53,285Negative: 898,331Overall Percentage of Positive Cases: 5.6%Click here for more on coronavirus in South FloridaVisit WPBF.com/coronavirus for more information on COVID-19CDC guidelines on stopping the spread of the coronavirus

According to the Department of Health, there were 53,285 total cases of COVID-19 in Florida as of Thursday morning. That’s 651 more cases than the previous day.

At least 2,364 Florida residents have died from COVID-19, as 45 new deaths were reported.

MAP: See county-by-county cases across the state

Palm Beach County: 5,541 cases

  • 327 deaths
  • Men: 2,791; Women: 2,654
  • 1,132 hospitalizations
  • 86 new reported cases since Wednesday
  • 7 new reported deaths since Wednesday

Martin County: 557 cases

  • 9 deaths
  • Men: 280, Women: 259
  • 74 hospitalizations
  • 7 new reported cases since Wednesday
  • 0 new reported deaths since Wednesday

St. Lucie County: 420 cases

  • 29 deaths
  • Men: 190, Women: 213
  • 92 hospitalizations
  • 7 new reported cases since Tuesday
  • 1 new reported death since Tuesday

Indian River County: 120 cases

  • 9 deaths
  • Men: 53, Women: 56
  • 32 hospitalizations
  • 1 new reported case since Wednesday
  • 0 new reported deaths since Wednesday

Okeechobee County: 68 cases

  • 0 deaths
  • Men: 34, Women: 33
  • 7 hospitalizations
  • 1 new reported case since Wednesday

Broward County: 6,870 cases

  • 307 deaths
  • Men: 3,312, Women: 3,390
  • 1,522 hospitalizations
  • 45 new reported cases since Wednesday
  • 2 new reported deaths since Wednesday

Miami-Dade County: 17,396 cases

  • 669 deaths
  • Men: 8,671, Women: 8,531
  • 2,864 hospitalizations
  • 171 new reported cases since Wednesday
  • 14 new reported deaths since Wednesday

Testing in Florida:

  • Total Tests: 953,321
  • Positive: 53,285
  • Negative: 898,331
  • Overall Percentage of Positive Cases: 5.6%

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