Jacksonville, Florida – An additional 71 deaths were reported on Friday, and Florida suffered a total of 36,000 resident deaths from COVID-19. An additional 719 non-residents also died in the state, according to the State Department.
The victims were the largest in southeastern Florida, killing a total of 12,107 residents in the Miami-Dade, Broward, and Palm Beach counties. This is more than one-third of the state as a whole.
The other counties with the highest number of resident deaths included 1,757 Hillsboro. Pinellas, 1,639; Duval, 1,433; Pork, 1,340; The Ministry of Health reported that there were 1,282 oranges.
Long-term care facilities, which killed 11,396 residents and staff, were also hit hard. This is almost one-third of the state as a whole.
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Florida COVID-19 resident deaths reach 36,000
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