The Florida Department of Health reported 13,965 new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday with 156 additional deaths.
CORONAVIRUS IN FLORIDA: Thursday's report from the #Florida Department of Health showed another 13,965 confirmed #COVID19 cases were added to the state's total on July 15. Hospitalizations, testing information, deaths and context here:
THE LATEST: Almost 14,000 new cases were reported by the Florida Department of Health on Thursday, as well as another 156 deaths -- setting a new record the largest single-day jump in deaths. DETAILS:
The Florida Department of Health confirmed to Spectrum Bay News 9 some laboratories are not reporting coronavirus tests accurately. The agency said the testing labs are only reporting their positive cases:
Florida Department of Health confirms missing negative coronavirus test results in state's infection rate reports @MeghanWPTV
WE ARE BEING LIED TO ABOUT HEALTH MATTERS, LIFE & DEATH!! WHY???? - Florida department of health exposed for massively overreporting positive COVID-19 cases
Florida added 11, 458 new cases of COVID-19 Saturday, according to the Florida Department of Health. The state now has a total of 190,052 cases of COVID-19. Florida also added 119 deaths to increase to 3,803 total:
"No researchers at any Florida university yet have access to the Florida state health department's raw data to verify or analyze the state's numbers"
Florida hits new record for new coronavirus cases confirmed in one day: "Thursday’s daily total of newly confirmed cases is the most the state has seen since Florida’s Department of Health began providing daily updates on the novel coronavirus in March."