PARKLAND, FL- Coronavirus cases are climbing nationwide and Parkland hit a new milestone as the city surpasses 900 cases.
The percent of positive results ranged from 6.18% to 8.75% over the past 2 weeks and was 8.40%on Sunday, November 29, 2020. This percentage calculated is for people that test positive for the first time and does not include people that had previously tested positive.
Here are the current numbers according to the Florida Department of Health as of Monday, November 30, 2020:
Florida: 999,319 total confirmed cases of COVID-19, an increase of 20,299 over the weekend.
Broward County: 107,527 total confirmed cases, an increase of 2,443 over the weekend.
Parkland: 904 total confirmed cases, an increase of 29 over the weekend.
Coral Springs: 5,308 total confirmed cases, an increase of 131 over the weekend.
Deaths in Florida related to COVID-19: 18,597 an increase of 234 over the weekend.
Broward County: 6,734 (6.3%) total hospitalizations with 1,664 (1.6%) deaths due to COVID-19. Deaths increased by 16 over the weekend. The median age is 39.
Broward County Percent Positive: 8.6% per the latest data on November 29, 2020.
Broward County Hospital Bed Availability: Hospitals have 1315 (24.3%) beds available and 125 (27.4%) adult ICU beds available per the latest data on November 30, 2020.
Parkland Schools Total Cases:
- Heron Heights Elementary: 2 cases
- Marjory Stoneman Douglas: 6 cases
- Park Trails Elementary: 4 cases
- Riverglades Elementary: 3 cases
- Somerset Parkland Academy: 4 cases
- Westglades Middle School: 3 cases
For more information on please visit Broward County Aggregate Dashboard.
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