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Florida now has more than 700,000 confirmed COVID-19 cases

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Florida now has more than 700,000 confirmed cases of the coronavirus.

The state reported 1,882 new confirmed cases on Sunday and 10 new deaths caused by the virus.

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Overall, 14,200 people have died from the disease in Florida, including 168 non-residents.

There were 2,101 people hospitalized with the virus, or eight fewer than the day before.

Florida headlines

- 700,564 cases in Florida

- 14,032 deaths of Florida residents

- 130,145 cases in Central Florida


•Orange County: 39,973 cases, 445 deaths

•Osceola County: 12,438 cases, 145 deaths

•Seminole County: 8,998 cases, 208 deaths

•Volusia County: 10,815 cases, 239 deaths

•Lake County: 7,466 cases, 189 deaths

•Brevard County: 8,841 cases, 293 deaths

•Sumter County: 2,222 cases, 67 deaths

•Polk County: 19,849 cases, 529 deaths

•Marion County: 9,708 cases, 288 deaths

•Flagler County: 1,726 cases, 23 deaths

•Alachua County: 8,109 cases, 55 deaths

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