To close the weekend, Florida health officials announced more than 2,000 new cases on COVID-19 Sunday, October 17.
New cases arise as the region prepares to celebrate another major holiday in the grip of a coronovirus epidemic.
Health officials said Halloween will undoubtedly look different this year but will not be canceled altogether.
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CDC officials said that candy should not be served to trick-or-treaters this year.
Health officials said that individually wrapped goodie bags are kept in the yard for families to catch and go and are considered a moderate risk.
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Florida Health Department reported On Sunday, 2,539 new cases are being brought out of the state totaling 755,020.
Florida Health Department reported 51 on Sunday Recently people have died due to COVID-19. As of Sunday’s report, 16,168 deaths statewide are related to coronaviruses, a number that includes 201 nonresident deaths in Florida.
State health officials have always ensured that the virus fatalities are often delayed in reporting to FDOH, with some deaths not being reported for a month or longer.
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The state reported 77 New hospitals on Sunday, meaning a total of 47,053 states are seen. Hospitalized patient since March in relation to COVID-19.
According to the State Agency for Health Care Administration, Florida has 2,008 people living with the virus.
The percentage of positive results in the last 2 weeks was 3.43% to 7.87% and on Saturday was 4.68%.
[SEE YESTERDAY’S REPORT: Florida health officials report 4,000 new cases, 87 new deaths related to COVID-19]
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