Florida reports more than 6,000 new coronavirus cases

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Coronavirus: Florida reports more than 6,000 new coronavirus cases

The Florida Department of Health on Tuesday reported more than 6,000 new coronavirus cases in the state. The 6,093 new cases bring the statewide total to 152,434.Florida is now reporting 3,505 coronavirus related deaths, which is an increase of 58 since Monday. There were eight new deaths reported in Central Florida Tuesday, two in Orange County, one in Volusia County, and five in Polk County. Florida is reporting a total of 14,580 hospitalizations, which is up 226 from Monday’s report. Florida headlines- 152,434 cases in Florida- 3,505 deaths in Florida- 25,269 cases in Central Florida- Central Florida beaches planning to be open for holiday weekend- Alcohol consumption at Florida bars suspended- Some Florida members of congress call for mask mandateCENTRAL FLORIDA CASES•Orange County: 10,314 cases, 58 deaths•Osceola County: 2,026 cases, 24 deaths•Seminole County: 2,566 cases, 16 deaths•Volusia County: 2,105 cases, 57 deaths•Lake County: 1,302 cases, 22 deaths•Brevard County: 1,793 cases 17 deaths•Sumter County: 345 cases, 17 deaths•Polk County: 3,836 cases, 98 deaths•Marion County: 672 cases, 10 deaths•Flagler County: 310 cases, 5 deaths•Alachua County: 1,197 cases, 12 deaths

The Florida Department of Health on Tuesday reported more than 6,000 new coronavirus cases in the state.

The 6,093 new cases bring the statewide total to 152,434.

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Florida is now reporting 3,505 coronavirus related deaths, which is an increase of 58 since Monday. There were eight new deaths reported in Central Florida Tuesday, two in Orange County, one in Volusia County, and five in Polk County.

Florida is reporting a total of 14,580 hospitalizations, which is up 226 from Monday’s report.

Florida headlines

– 152,434 cases in Florida
– 3,505 deaths in Florida
– 25,269 cases in Central Florida
Central Florida beaches planning to be open for holiday weekend
Alcohol consumption at Florida bars suspended
Some Florida members of congress call for mask mandate

CENTRAL FLORIDA CASES

•Orange County: 10,314 cases, 58 deaths

•Osceola County: 2,026 cases, 24 deaths

•Seminole County: 2,566 cases, 16 deaths

•Volusia County: 2,105 cases, 57 deaths

•Lake County: 1,302 cases, 22 deaths

•Brevard County: 1,793 cases 17 deaths

•Sumter County: 345 cases, 17 deaths

•Polk County: 3,836 cases, 98 deaths

•Marion County: 672 cases, 10 deaths

•Flagler County: 310 cases, 5 deaths

•Alachua County: 1,197 cases, 12 deaths

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