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Interactive map: Track Florida’s coronavirus cases

Database monitors latest updates on COVID-19 in Florida, including county details

The Florida Department of Health provides an interactive map allowing people to view up-to-date coronavirus data.
The Florida Department of Health provides an interactive map allowing people to view up-to-date coronavirus data. (Courtesy of Florida Department of Health)

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – With Florida’s coronavirus caseload nearing 7,000, there’s a way for Floridians to track the latest total of positive tests confirmed by the state.

The Florida Department of Health has released an interactive map that not only displays the number of patients known to the state but also a detailed breakdown of data including patients’ ages and sources of their infection.

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The data show the majority of patients are concentrated in South Florida, with many cases surfacing in Broward (1,219 cases), Miami-Dade (2,123 cases) and Palm Beach (551) counties.

To view county-specific information, just click on your county on the map below and a dialogue box containing additional details will show up on your dashboard.

Check the latest data using the interactive map below (app users click here).


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