The Tampa Bay Times reports:
The Florida Department of Health reported 6,820 coronavirus infections on Sunday and 22 deaths, bringing the state’s overall death toll throughout the pandemic to 17,333 lives lost.
Since March 1, the day health officials recorded the first known coronavirus infection in Florida, the state has reported a total of 843,897 cases.
About 25 percent of adult beds in Florida intensive care units and 26 percent of 60,000 regular hospital beds were available for new patients Monday. Florida’s pediatric intensive care units reported 397 active coronavirus patients Sunday, leaving 265 beds available for new admissions.
#Florida on Sunday reported another 6,820 new cases of #coronavirus, the highest number of new infections since mid-August, for a total of 843,897, and another 22 deaths from the virus, bringing the total in FL to 17,333. https://t.co/qBbMp2k81j via @cindykgoodman
— Craig Pittman (@craigtimes) November 8, 2020
CORONAVIRUS UPDATE: The state of Florida’s COVID-19 dashboard reported 6,820 new cases Sunday, the most on a day without a large data dump since Aug. 12, as several pandemic measurements start to trend upwards again. https://t.co/eyDgCUWeDi
— Miami Herald (@MiamiHerald) November 8, 2020