The SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus cases in Florida reached 50,127 this Saturday, of which 2,232 are fatal
The cases of SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus in the Florida This Saturday they reached 50 thousand 127, of them 2,232 fatalities, when 676 new positives were confirmed in the tests and 42 more deaths in the last 24 hours, according to the Health Department state.
Of the 67 counties of Florida, Miami-Dade, with 16 thousand 694 cases and Broward, with 6 thousand 649, according to the bulletin of this Saturday, they are the most affected and where the reactivation of economic activity is being slower for that reason.
Since last Wednesday, all of Florida has been out of confinement and is in phase one of the economic recovery, although not everywhere the rules for the new normality are applied at the same time.
In Miami-Dade 172 new cases were confirmed in the last 24 hours and there were 69 in Broward.
Deaths by COVID-19 They have totaled 629 in Miami-Dade and 292 in Broward since the first case of the new coronavirus in Florida was confirmed on March 1.
To date, more than 9,300 people have been hospitalized for COVID-19 throughout the state and more than 858,000 tests have been performed. 5.9 percent have tested positive.
In prisons, which together with nursing homes and nursing homes are major outbreaks of the disease, the COVID-19 positive case count among inmates and caretakers continues to grow.
From March 1 to today, 12,106 tests have been carried out on inmates, of which 1,290 have tested positive for COVID-19, 8,416 have been negative and there are 2,400 pending results.
In the guardians’ case, 248 have tested positive.
Eleven inmates have died, according to the Florida Department of Prisons, who have not reported deaths among staff.
With information from EFE