Coronavirus Updates in Florida State, Covid-19 Vaccination
The Osceola County health officials help pre-register citizens for the vaccine. Health officials in Central Florida are helping those qualified. For those to receive the COVID-19 vaccine pre-register to get the shot. FDOH-Osceola County partnered with the National Institutes of Health and Care 2 Health Equity.
Right at the University of Florida. In order to hold the pre-registration event at St. James AME Zion. At the Church in Kissimmee Saturday. Members helped dozens of people pre-register on the state’s vaccination. The website as well as answered questions about the vaccine. The health department is planning several other pre-registration events. All across the county. Articles on those issues haven’t been delivered yet.
Latest Covid-19 cases and vaccination updates in Florida
The Florida Department of Health reported 7,280 new cases on Sunday. This brings the state’s overall total to 1,863,707 cases. Florida reported 125 new virus-related deaths Saturday. The raising the death toll to 30,339. This figure combines the 526 non-residents who died in Florida. As of Saturday afternoon, there were currently 4,213 people with the virus. Those who were particularly hospitalized in Florida.
Since March, 77,654 people have been hospitalized in Florida. The ones after complications from COVID-19. Health officials say the rate should remain between 5% and 10%. In order to prove a community. Especially it has a hold of the virus and is curbing infections. The Florida Department of Health recently began releasing a daily report. All about the COVID-19 vaccines administered during the state. 2,668,101 people have received at least the first dose of a coronavirus vaccine. The FDOH also reports that 1,353,925 people have got their second shot.
COVID-19 data for the Central Florida region
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