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The number of new cases of COVID-19 in Florida and the positivity rate continues to go down; however, reported deaths are increasing every week. And the transmission rate is still high.

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Florida Department of Health reported yet another week of record-breaking numbers of new COVID-19 numbers, as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that the state’s transmission rate remains high.

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Florida Department of Health continues to report record-breaking numbers of new COVID-19 cases. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the state’s transmission rate remains high.

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The positivity rate for new cases of COVID-19 in Florida continues to climb. The state Department of Health reported a new case positivity rate statewide for COVID-19 of 7.8% for the week of July 2-8 compared to 5.2% for the week of June 25-July 1.

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The positivity rate for new cases of COVID-19 in Florida is continuing to increase. The state Department of Health reported a new case positivity rate statewide for COVID-19 of 5.2% for the week of June 25-July 1 compared to 3.8% for the week of June 18-24.

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The positivity rate for new cases of COVID-19 in Florida seems to be increasing. The state Department of Health reported a new case positivity rate statewide for COVID-19 of 3.8% for the week of June 18-24 compared to 3.3% for June 11-17 and 3.4% the week previous.

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Florida Department of Health reported 10,629 new COVID-19 cases statewide during the week of June 11-17, bringing the cumulative total since March 2020 to 2,310,881. Forty-three more people died, upping the death toll to 37,555.

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Florida Department of Health reported 12,157 new COVID-19 cases statewide during the week of June 4-10, bringing the cumulative total since March 2020 to 2,300,786. Forty more people died, upping the death toll to 37,265.

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Florida Department of Health has ended its daily reports of COVID-19 activity and has shuttered its dashboard that had provided a visual account of cases, deaths, testing and other information since March 2020.

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Florida Department of Health continues to report declining numbers of new COVID-19 cases and deaths in Pinellas County. For the week of May 17-23, only 474 cases were added to the tally, bringing the count to 81,077. Seven more died, upping the death toll to 1,656.

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Florida Department of Health reported yet another week with decreasing numbers of COVID-19 cases and deaths in Pinellas County. From May 10-16, DOH reported 656 new cases, bringing the count to 80,603. Sixteen more people died, upping the death toll to 1,649.

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For the third consecutive week, Florida Department of Health reported fewer COVID-19 cases in Pinellas County. From May 3-9, 801 new cases were reported, bringing the total to 79,947. Twenty people died due to the novel coronavirus, upping the death toll to 1,633.

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CLEARWATER — Pinellas County government announced on Tuesday morning it was rescinding its ordinance requiring facial coverings and other safety protocols related to COVID-19.

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For the second consecutive week, Florida Department of Health reported fewer COVID-19 cases in Pinellas County. From April 26-May 2, 1,062 cases were reported, bringing the total to 79,146. The same as last week, 17 people died due to the novel coronavirus, upping the death toll to 1,613.

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TALLAHASSEE — State Surgeon General Dr. Scott Rivkees issued new health advisories April 29 which rescind previous advisories, expands vaccine eligibility and encourages resuming in-person government operations and services statewide.

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After weeks of increases, Florida Department of Health reported a decline in COVID-19 cases in Pinellas last week. From April 19-25, 1,292 cases were reported, bringing the total to 78,084. Seventeen people died due to the novel coronavirus, upping the death toll to 1,596.

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For the fourth consecutive week, Department of Health reported an increase in COVID-19 cases in Pinellas County. During the week of April 12-18, 1,684 new cases were reported, bringing the total to 76,792. Fourteen people died due to the novel coronavirus, upping the death toll to 1,579.

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For the third consecutive week, COVID-19 cases increased in Pinellas County. Florida Department of Health reported 1,679 new cases and five more deaths during the week of April 5-11, bringing the case count to 75,108 and the death toll to 1,565.

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For the second week, Florida Department of Health reported an increase in COVID-19 cases compared to the previous week in Pinellas County. From March 29-April 4, DOH reported 1,590 new cases, bringing the total to 73,429. Six more people died due to the novel coronavirus, upping the death to…

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After four weeks of falling numbers of COVID-19 cases and deaths, the downtrend came to a halt the week of March 22-28. Florida Department of Health reported 1,457 more cases than the prior week, bringing the count to 71,839. Twenty-eight more people died, upping the death toll to 1,554.

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For the fourth week in a row, Florida Department of Health reported fewer COVID-19 cases and deaths in Pinellas County. From March 15-21, DOH added 1,190 cases and 16 deaths. Cases total 70,382 and the death toll is up to 1,526.

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For the third consecutive week, Florida Department of Health reported fewer COVID-19 cases and deaths in Pinellas County. From March 8-14, 1,231 cases were added to the count, bringing the tally to 69,192. Twenty-nine died due to the novel coronavirus, upping the death toll to 1,510.

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