COVID-19 HOTSPOT: Florida Sees Sharp Coronavirus Spike, Now Fourth Most-Hit State in U.S.

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Florida is now fourth most-hit state in United States, after New York, New Jersey and California

Fears are growing that Florida could be another coronavirus hotspot after a sharp increase in infections in the last 24 hours and nearly two dozen more deaths. Health officials said Saturday morning they have seen 863 additional positive COVID-19 cases, which brought the total tally of cases to 3,763.

(FOX NEWS) – Fears are growing that Florida could be another coronavirus hotspot after a sharp increase in infections in the last 24 hours and nearly two dozen more deaths.

Health officials said Saturday morning they have seen 863 additional positive COVID-19 cases, which brought the total tally of cases to 3,763.

Florida is now the fourth most-hit state in the United States, after New York, New Jersey and California, according to data by health officials and Johns Hopkins University.

Miami-Dade and Broward counties – the two most populous in the state – have recorded the highest number of infections, with more than 400 new cases between the two over the last 24 hours.

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