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Florida reports 4,237 new COVID cases with fewer people getting tested

Florida reports 4,237 new COVID cases with fewer people getting tested

The number of new cases per day dropped slightly on Monday with COVID test results posted for 20,000 fewer people than the day prior. Florida reported new coronavirus cases on and another new resident deaths linked to COVID-19. The state has now reported cases since the pandemic began. The seven-day average for new cases continued its upward climb on Monday. Health officials reported a seven-day average for Florida of 6,756 cases compared with 5,791 a week ago. In early January, the seven-day average for new cases had climbed as high as 17,991. Advertisement Take a deeper look at Florida’s...

April 19, 2021
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Hospitalizations plunge among Florida seniors, as COVID immunity takes hold

Hospitalizations plunge among Florida seniors, as COVID immunity takes hold

The number of Florida seniors entering the hospital for COVID dropped sharply over the past month, an indication that the vaccination campaign begun in December has been effective in protecting the group most vulnerable to the disease. Hospitals have registered a 46% drop in admissions for COVID patients aged 70 or over since mid-February, an encouraging sign in the fight against the pandemic. And since COVID deaths are typically preceded by hospitalizations, the drop is an indication that the death rate may continue to fall. Advertisement Warning signs remain. The hospitalization rate for...

April 17, 2021
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‘It’s frightening. It’s insane’: Fort Lauderdale bars packed with mask-less partygoers | Photos

‘It’s frightening. It’s insane’: Fort Lauderdale bars packed with mask-less partygoers | Photos

UPDATE: The Wharf announced Sunday that after reopening for two days. It will remain closed until it is able to operate normally again. Original story follows: Advertisement Closed for most of 2020 because of the pandemic, The Wharf Fort Lauderdale reopened Friday night with crowds of mask-less young partygoers dancing, drinking and hanging out with no social distancing. Pandemic? Videos and photos on social media from opening night show hundreds of young people jammed together drinking cocktails under a covered bar area. Almost all are without facemasks. A similar scene occurred Saturday...

November 22, 2020
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