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A worker prepares a collection tube during COVID-19 tests for first responders, Thursday, Aug. 6, 2020, at Hialeah Fire Station #1, in Hialeah, Fla. The tests were provided free of charge by Prime Care Medical Centers and Solis Health Plans. Florida on Thursday reported 7,650 new coronavirus cases. The state now has a total of 510,389 cases, second only to California, and at least 7,781 deaths. (AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee)< img src ="https://www.clickorlando.com/pf/resources/images/shared/placeholder.svg?d=198" alt= "A worker prepares a collection tube during COVID-19 tests for very first responders, Thursday, Aug. 6, 2020, at Hialeah Fire Station # 1, in Hialeah, Fla. The tests were offered complimentary of charge by Prime Care Medical Centers and Solis Health Plans. Florida on Thursday reported 7,650 new coronavirus cases. The state now has an overall of 510,389 cases, second only to California, and at least 7,781 deaths.( AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee)"/ > An employee prepares a collection tube throughout COVID-19 tests for really first responders, Thursday, Aug. 6, 2020, at Hialeah Station House # 1, in Hialeah, Fla. The tests were offered totally free of charge by Prime Care

Medical Centers and Solis Health Plans. Florida on Thursday reported 7,650 brand-new coronavirus cases. The state now has a total of 510,389 cases, 2nd only to California, and at least 7,781 deaths. (AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee) (Copyright 2020 The Associated Press.All rights reserved) ORLANDO, Fla.– The Florida Department of Health reported 3,190 brand-new cases of the respiratory disease Saturday, bringing the state general to 661,571 because the pandemic was first identified here in March.The DOH reported 98 brand-new deaths Saturday, bringing Florida’s death toll from the pandemic to 12,756. Florida’s death overall is comprised of 12,600 locals and 156 non-residents who passed away in the state from the virus.Death info is regularly postponed and new deaths can consume to 2 weeks to report

, according to the DOH.Recent deaths from COVID-19 throughout Central Florida made up 20 out of the 98 brand-new casualties reported throughout the state.

[TRENDING: What La Niña might mean for rest of cyclone season|Florida felons can’t vote till they pay fines|When will Florida go into phase 3 of resuming?] According to the Agency for Health Care Administration, since Saturday early morning, there were a total of 2,684 clients hospitalized statewide with COVID-19 compared to the exact same time 24 hours ago.The DOH reported 194 new hospitalized clients Saturday, bringing the state general to 41,215 for people who have actually stayed in medical facility at some time throughout the last 6 months due to the virus.Florida’s positivity rate– the variety of brand-new cases compared to general tests– was 4.44 %onFriday, the lowest taped rate thinking about that Aug. 29. [SEE FRIDAY’S REPORT: Florida reports near to 4,000 brand-new cases of COVID-19, 176 new deaths] Here are 3 things to comprehend about the virus for Sept. 12. Click the blue heading to discover more about the story: Florida bars resume: Bar owners across Central Florida are preparing to resume after the

state revealed bars are permitted to resume beginning on Monday. Bars at first closed in March with a brief resuming in June, nevertheless the

state required them to shut their doors once again due to a spike in coronavirus cases later on that month.

The Florida Department of Service and Specialist Policy revealed Thursday bars are enabled to resume on Monday at 50% capacity. When will Florida enter into stage 3: Throughout an event in Miami, Guv Ron DeSantis revealed that both Broward and Miami-Dade Counties will register with the rest of the state in Stage 2 of resuming start on Monday. Here in Central Florida, performance halls continue to prepare to resume and bars can resume on Monday– so what’s next? DeSantis has actually not suggested when Stage 3 may occur, nevertheless, his resuming technique calls for Stage 3 when “there is no evidence of a rebound or renewal of COVID-19 cases.”Fast tests for football gamers: Orange County high school football gamers will take fast coronavirus checks a couple of days prior to a video game,

  • Orange County Public Schools officials mentioned. The school district is still working out the information however the quick tests will simply use to football groups, coaches and fitness instructors. Football gamers, coaches, and physical fitness trainers will take a fast test on Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday of next week. Discover what takes place to those who examine positive by clicking or tapping here. Below is a breakdown of COVID-19 cases throughout the Central Florida location: County Overall Cases New Cases Overall Hospitalizations New Hospitalizations Overall Deaths New Deaths Brevard 7,926 65 731 6 254
  • 1 Flagler 1,533 29 121 1 18 0 Lake 7,021 49 491 6 147 7 Marion 9,108 65 856 2 237 2 Orange 37,846 145 1,181 2 409 4 Osceola 11,740 56 582 4 136 0 Polk 18,337 109 1,950 21 488 5 Seminole 8,532 40 616 5 193 0 Sumter 2,101 15 233 0 60 0 Volusia 10,103 76 744 4 206 1 To keep up with the current news on the pandemic, register for News 6 ′ s coronavirus newsletter or go to ClickOrlando.com/ coronavirus. Copyright 2020 by WKMG ClickOrlando- All rights reserved.Related Stories
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