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Coronavirus in Florida, March 26: 5,750 new cases, 159 newly recorded deaths
News-Journal - 3/26/2021
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The Florida Department of Health reported 5,750 new COVID-19 cases and 159 newly verified deaths Friday.
As of Thursday, 2,919,263 Florida residents have been fully vaccinated with the coronavirus vaccine.
Vaccinations in Florida
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COVID-19 in Florida by the numbers
FDOH reported 2,033,179 cases as of Friday. Since the pandemic began, there have been 1,995,548 positive residents and 84,406 hospitalizations.
There also have been 33,116 cumulative deaths here and 640 non-resident deaths.
On the previous day, 101,236 Florida residents tested positive for the virus, with 5,759 residents positive and 95,477 negative or 5.69% positive.
The median age for those testing positive is 40.
Of the total cases, 955,792 males and 1,061,515 females tested positive for the virus.
Cases by race
Overview of COVID-19 in Florida (numbers update periodically, check back for the latest):
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