CORAL SPRINGS, FL – Here’s a recap of coronavirus numbers in Broward County over the past week.

Based on Florida Department of Health data:

- New cases – a total of 10,249 new cases were reported between July 10-16 in Broward County. The most cases, 1,795, was reported on July 11, and the least 1,331, on July 14.

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- New deaths – a total of 50 people died of coronavirus-related complications between July 10-16 in Broward County. The most deaths, 17, were reported on July 11, and no deaths were reported on July 13, 14, and 15.

- Positivity Rate (a key local indicator of infection spread -- it’s the rate of people testing positive out of those taking the test) – the rate was as high as 16.6 percent on July 15 and as low as 13.4 percent on July 11 between July 10-16 in Broward County.

 

Based on Broward County data:

- Business complaints 4,459 complaints have been received from the public through Broward County’s 311 system and other places regarding Broward County businesses not complying with coronavirus safety measures.

Of those, 1,299 complaints were related to not following sanitation requirements and 1,228 related to not following social distancing. Citations have been issued to 57 businesses and warnings have been issued to 790 businesses.

In Coral Springs, 60 complaints have been received from the public. Of those, 16 businesses have received warnings. Here’s our story on the businesses receiving warnings in Coral Springs.

 

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