PARKLAND, FL- County leaders in Florida are tightening their orders to try to flatten the curve as Coronavirus cases continue to grow. 

Here are the current numbers as of the latest update on Thursday, July 9, 2020:

Florida has 232,718 confirmed cases of COVID-19, an increase of 26,271 in 3 days.  

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Broward County has 25,102 confirmed cases, an increase of 3,246 in 3 days.

Parkland has 127 confirmed cases, an increase of 22 in 3 days. 

Coral Springs has 921 confirmed cases, an increase of 104 in 3 days. 

Deaths in Florida related to COVID-19: 4,009 an increase of 231 in 3 days.

Broward County Emergency Order states that all persons in Broward County must wear a facial covering while outside the boundaries of their residence if social distancing of at least 6 feet between persons of different households cannot be maintained.

No serving food or drink on premises between 10:00 p.m.-5:00 a.m. Restaurants will face temporary closures if in violation of order. 

The public can report violations of the Emergency Order by calling 311. 

For full details on the Broward County Order, click here

For details on Parkland city, library and park openings, click here

 

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