CORAL SPRINGS, FL – There are now 82 cases of the coronavirus (COVID-19) in Coral Springs, according to the latest Florida Department of Health data.

In all, Broward County has 2,645 cases, and 72 deaths.

In other coronavirus-related information:

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- Many major insurance companies are reducing premiums due to fewer claims and cars on the roads during the pandemic.

State Farm on Thursday announced that its auto insurance customers will receive a credit of about 25 percent of their premium from March 20 to May 31, though exact percentages will vary by state. 

USAA said it will give a 20 percent credit for members with an auto insurance policy as of March 31.

In addition, Allstate and Liberty Mutual said they, too, will issue 15 percent refunds on premiums. Geico said it would return 15 percent credit on policy renewals between now and October.

- Broward Health is now offering coronavirus testing at Central Broward Regional Park at 3700 NW 11th Place in Lauderhill. Pre-registration and a doctor’s script are required. The registration call center is open 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., and Nurse Connect can help those who don't have a doctor, by calling 954-320-5730.