Florida sets one-day Coronavirus record

Florida broke a one-day record for coronavirus cases for the third time that the Sunshine State health department on Friday morning confirmed 3,822 new infections.

Previously, the one-day highest figure was 3,207 and was recorded on Thursday only 24 hours ago, Miami Herald reported.

The previous record was confirmed two days ago with 2,783 new cases on Tuesday, Sun-Sentinel reported.

According to the Miami Herald, there are 89,748 cases and 3,104 deaths in the state, resulting in 43 deaths announced on Friday.

Analysis of public and non-public COVID-19 data prepared by the newspaper discovered as of June 3, new cases in Florida have been increasing since May, when the state was reopening and was not only the result of trends. the test reported an increase.

The Florida Government Ron DeSantis distorted the crime and connected the tubers in the cases to immigrant farmers working and living in close conditions, as the models showed Florida to be shaped to become the next coronavirus epicenter.

“Some of these guys are going to work on a school bus, and they’re all packed like sardines, passing through Palm Beach County or other places, and there are all these opportunities for transmission,” DeSantis said on Tuesday. While bars, gyms, rental houses and movie theaters continue to reopen, there is no other closure plan.

“We’re not coming back,” said DeSantis to reporters.

“The reason we did the reduction was to protect the hospital system.”

Two days before these comments, the Sun Watcher reported disturbing indicators from public hospitalsfound that many of them were close to capacity.

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About 70% of intensive care beds and general hospital beds in Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties – the most affected areas – were reported to be in use on Sunday.

Similar figures were seen across the state in other states with similar populations at the exit.

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