Florida’s coronavirus cases, 4,950; nearly half in Miami-Dade and Broward

1,448 positive coronavirus tests in Miami-Dade, 992 Broward

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MIAMI – The amount of COVID-19 cases in the State of Florida, and across the nation, continues to grow.

There were 704 addition positive COVID-19 cases (691 Florida residents and 13 non-Florida residents in the state, reported to the Florida Department of Health on Sunday, March 29.

There are currently 137,00 positive coronavirus cases in the United States, with 2,400 reported deaths due to the virus.

BY THE NUMBERS: Local10.com’s updated list of by the numbers: How many cases are in your city in Broward and Dade counties?

The Florida Department of Health is now reporting 4,768 confirmed cases of coronavirus, in Florida residents, 182 are non-Florida residents that have been tested here.

There have been 60 deaths linked to the virus.

After surpassing the 1,000-case mark on Saturday, Miami-Dade County continues to surge, now with 1,448 positive tests. There have been three deaths in Miami-Dade.

Broward County has 992 cases, including 11 deaths.

There are 368 positive cases in Palm Beach County and 20 in Monroe County.

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