CORAL SPRINGS, FL - Here is our Tuesday, June 9, update on the impact of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Coral Springs and beyond.


The latest numbers (according to Florida Department of Health, updated June 9)

- Coral Springs has 337 cases – up 10 case from Monday.

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- In the zip codes of Coral Springs and surrounding cities:

213 in the 33063 zip code.

193 in the 33065 zip code.

53 in the 33067 zip code.

245 in the 33068 zip code.

111 in the 33071 zip code.

109 in the 33073 zip code.

82 in the 33076 zip code.

- Broward County has 8,035 cases.

- Florida has 66,000 cases.

- Total tested in Florida: 1,259,283 (Negative: 1,192,305)

- Total deaths in Florida: 2,765

- Total hospitalized in Florida: 11,185

(The number of cases, above, does not reflect how many people have recovered from the virus.)


Today’s news:

- CareerSource Broward will hold a virtual job fair on June 11 to give job-seekers access to employers hiring right now. To register/learn more, click here.


Recent news:

- Coral Springs is facing a $5 million budget deficit related in part to coronavirus

- Coral Springs plans Fourth of July parade with coronavirus in mind

- President of Coral Springs Coconut Creek chamber: shop local

- Residents can get tattoos and massages and play doubles tennis starting Monday

- Coral Springs looks to start $250,000 program to help businesses reopen


Open for business:

Check out our list of Coral Springs restaurants offering delivery and/or takeout service.


Also, worth reading:

- Coral Springs starts fund to raise money for those with financial needs

- Coral Springs offers businesses help applying for state and federal funds

- Latest unemployment figures in Coral Springs


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