Total number of COVID-19 cases in Florida surpasses 232,000

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TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — State agencies updated a variety of numbers Thursday related to the coronavirus in Florida. Here are some takeaways:

  • 232,718: Total number of cases.
  • 8,935: Increase in cases from a Wednesday count.
  • 4,009: Deaths of Florida residents.
  • 120: Increase in deaths from a Wednesday count.
  • 2,529,748: Unemployment claims processed from March 15 to Wednesday.
  • 1,662,431: Unemployment claimants paid.
  • 19.7: Percentage of available hospital beds statewide.
  • 14.4: Percentage of available adult intensive-care unit beds statewide.
  • 2,460: State prison inmates who have tested positive.
  • 28: Prison inmates who have died.
  • 136: Youths in the state juvenile justice system who have tested positive.
  • 134: Workers in the juvenile justice system who have tested positive.

NUMBER OF CASES IN NORTHEAST FLORIDA:

  • BAKER, 127 (+7)
  • BRADFORD, 113 (+8)
  • CLAY, 1,254 (+96)
  • COLUMBIA, 421 (+29)
  • DUVAL, 11,028 (+589)
  • NASSAU, 405 (+30)
  • PUTNAM, 619 (+53)
  • ST. JOHNS, 1,632 (+115)
  • UNION, 101 (+2)

Sources: Florida Department of Health, Florida Department of Economic Opportunity, Florida Agency for Health Care Administration, Florida Department of Corrections, Florida Department of Juvenile Justice