CORAL SPRINGS, FL – Coral Springs is the 15th largest populated city in Florida with 133,700 residents, based on U.S. Census data.
The city, though, was 32nd in the state on Tuesday based on the number of Covid-19 cases, according to the Florida Department of Health.
With 5,056 Covid-19 cased reported, Coral Springs had the fourth-highest number of cases in Broward County.
Miramar (with a population of 140,823 people) had 6,448 cases, Pompano Beach (with a population of 111,954 people) had 11,312 cases, and Fort Lauderdale (with a population of 182,595 people) had 24,003 cases.
Miami (with a population of 470,914 people) had 124,817 cases -- the highest number in the state.
It was followed by Orlando (with a population of 285,713 people) with 41,435 cases.
Here is the Tuesday recap of the Covid-19 data from the Florida Department of Health:
Cases: 5,056 (+44)
Cases: 102,638 (+891)
Deaths: 1,630 (+1)
Monday’s positivity rate: 6.86%
Cases: 953,300 (+8,555)
Deaths: 18,157 (+72)
Monday’s positivity rate: 7.47%
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