The Associated Press reports:
Florida hit a new record in the pandemic for the second day in a row as the state reported 32,850 daily new cases on Saturday.
Only a day earlier, with 31,758 new daily cases reported, Florida broke its previous record of more than 27,000 cases set in August during the height of the delta wave in Florida.
The swelling number of virus cases created demand for COVID-19 tests, even on Christmas Day when tests were almost as popular as eating a ham or drinking egg-nog-like coquito, for some.
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With Florida hitting a record number of cases, getting a COVID test Saturday on Christmas Day was almost as popular as eating a ham or drinking egg-nog-like coquito, for some. https://t.co/ALrCR1VFXZ
— FOX 35 Orlando (@fox35orlando) December 25, 2021