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Coronavirus Cases Reach 36,078 On Eve Of FL's Partial Reopening

TALLAHASSEE, FL — Florida health officials reported a total of 36,078 confirmed coronavirus cases in the state Sunday while the number of deaths rose to 1,379 on the eve of the planned reopening of much of the state.

The total represents an increase of 615 cases over the previous day and 15 more deaths, which is fewer than in recent days.

Seven of Florida’s 67 counties reported new deaths Sunday. Hillsborough County reported three new deaths as did Lee County.

Miami-Dade County reported two new deaths. Palm Beach County reported one new death. Duval County reported one more death as did Leon County and Volusia County.

Florida had an 8.4 positive testing rate out of 429,970 tests that had been administered throughout the state as of Sunday.

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Dozens of maskless protesters called for a complete reopening of the state in downtown Miami on Sunday. Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties have been temporarily excluded from Monday’s partial reopening of businesses.

Florida restaurants and retailers in most parts of the state were given the OK by Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis to reopen starting Monday with reduced occupancy requirements and social distancing rules in effect.

State-run parks, including some with beaches are also set to reopen Monday after being shut down since March 23. Social distancing requirements will be in effect.

Elective medical procedures throughout the state will also resume Monday though bars and hair salons will remain closed for the time being. See Florida Restaurants Reopening, Governor Excludes SoFlo Counties

Miami-Dade reported a total of 12,775 confirmed cases as of Sunday, more than any other county. Nearby Broward County, which includes Fort Lauderdale, reported 5,309 cases. Palm Beach County, which includes West Palm Beach, reported 3,130 cases. Those three counties account for some 60 percent of all Florida cases.

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Hillsborough County, which includes Tampa, reported 1,281 cases as of Sunday. Orange County, which includes Orlando, reported 1,434 cases.

In an attempt to provide as much information to our readers as possible, Patch is publishing the following county-by-county breakdown of the coronavirus cases in Florida’s 67 counties, along with the median age of patients, the number of hospital cases by county and the number of deaths.


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Patch had been updating this chart twice each day based on data provided by the Florida Department of Health. Health officials on April 25 announced they would provide only one update per day so Patch has adjusted our coverage accordingly. The counties that reported new deaths on Sunday are shown in bold.

Here is the most recent data:

County
Total Cases (includes nonresidents) Median Age (last updated by DOH on 5.3) Number of Hospital Cases
Deaths By County 1. Alachua County 286 49 46 5 2. Baker County 22 70 8 3 3. Bay County 76 50 9 3 4. Bradford County 48 74 10 2 5. Brevard County 298 53 48 8 6. Broward County 5,309 50 1,002 204 7. Calhoun County 15 52 3 8. Charlotte County 249 68 46 25 9. Citrus County 99 58 26 11 10. Clay County 279 59 63 18 11. Collier County 640 57 99 21 12. Columbia County 92 46 8 2 13. Miami-Dade 12,775 49 1,650 369 14. Desoto County 32 62 12 4 15. Dixie County 9 46 2 16. Duval County 1,038 50 139 24 17. Escambia County 593 54 46 13 18. Flagler County 140 56 13 3 19. Franklin County 2 42 0 20. Gadsden County 107 45 19 21. Gilchrist County 6 50 0 22. Glades County 6 61 3 1 23. Gulf County 1 42 0 24. Hamilton County 7 50 0 25. Hardee County 30 50 6 26. Hendry County 101 48 24 4 27. Hernando County 94 49 20 5 28. Highlands County 85 56 29 7 29. Hillsborough County 1,240 45 226 27 30. Holmes County 10 44 0 31. Indian River County 97 64 24 8 32. Jackson County 14 36 1 33. Jefferson County 28 66 7 2 34. Lafayette County 2 47 0 35. Lake County 236 52 58 13 36. Lee County 1,118 54 259 45 37. Leon County 2343 43 32 4 38. Levy County 19 53 2 39. Liberty County 60 49 0 40. Madison County 60 56 4 2 41. Manatee County 619 57 162 59 42. Marion County 183 51 28 5 43. Martin County 202 55 41 6 44. Monroe County 80 49 9 3 45. Nassau County 59 49 12 1 46. Okaloosa County 160 58 25 5 47. Okeechobee County 13 56 5 48. Orange County 1,434 45 248 35 49. Osceola County 509 50 130 8 50. Palm Beach County 3,130 55 462 196 51. Pasco County 278 48 51 8 52. Pinellas County 766 56 219 41 53. Polk County 523 56 160 26 54. Putnam County 120 42 19 2 55. Santa Rosa County 157 49 22 8 56. Sarasota County 377 64 123 47 57. Seminole County 394 47 84 8 58. St. Johns County 211 53 36 4 59. St. Lucie County 257 58 73 24 60. Sumter County 226 66 41 14 61. Suwannee County 141 63 32 16 62. Taylor County 3 47 0 63. Union County 5 55 0 64. Volusia County 513 53 85 26 65. Wakulla County 23 43 5 1 66. Walton County 43 49 6 67. Washington County 12 54 1 68. Unknown counties 12 36 0

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