A look at the COVID-19 percent positivity across Florida over recent days.

Florida reported an increase of 4,044 cases of COVID-19 on Saturday, along with 87 additional resident deaths.

It’s the largest increase in daily cases that did not include a backlog since Aug 22, and marked a rise in cases for the sixth consecutive day.

The state is now up to 752,481 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 15,917 resident deaths, according to the health department’s dashboard. At least 201 non-residents have also died in Florida, and the state has reported 46,976 hospitalizations attributed to the novel coronavirus since the start of the outbreak.

The statewide positivity rate from yesterday’s testing was 5.19%, according to the health department.

The newly confirmed deaths include 17 in Miami-Dade County, six in Broward, and nine in Palm Beach County.

Florida’s health department on Wednesday released a new batch of data on COVID-19 infections at Florida schools statewide.

A look at the COVID-19 percent positivity across Florida over recent days.

County by county

MIAMI-DADE

Cases: 177,893 (+554)

Deaths: 3,537 (+17)

Yesterday’s positivity: 4.76%

BROWARD

Cases: 80,820 (+377)

Deaths: 1,506 (+6)

Yesterday’s positivity: 4.86%

MONROE

Cases: 2,038 (+16)

Deaths: 25 (+1)

Yesterday’s positivity: 10.88%

PALM BEACH

Cases: 48,674 48,870 (+196)

Deaths: 1,487 (+9)

Yesterday’s positivity: 3.82%

For more detailed data on every county from the latest Florida Department of Health report, click here.

Latest totals

The United States has passed 8 million confirmed cases, with over 218,000 deaths from COVID-19, the highest numbers in the world. Over 3.1 million Americans have been deemed recovered, according to data compiled from various sources by Johns Hopkins University.

Worldwide, the number of COVID-19 cases reported has surpassed 39.4 million. There have been more than 1.1 million deaths worldwide attributed to the pandemic, with over 27.1 million being declared recovered.

Florida’s daily new cases have trended as follows:

Saturday: 4,044
Friday: 3,449
Thursday: 3,356
Wednesday: 2,883
Tuesday: 2,725
Monday: 1,533
Oct. 11: 5,570* (includes a data backlog)
Oct. 10: State provided no updated information
Oct. 9: 2,908
Oct. 8: 3,306
Oct. 7: 2,582
Oct. 6: 2,251
Oct. 5: 1,415
Oct. 4: 1,844
Oct. 3: 2,811
Oct. 2: 2,660
Oct. 1: 2,628
Sept. 30: 1,948
Sept. 29: 3,266
Sept. 28: 738
Sept. 27: 1,882
Sept. 26: 2,795
Sept. 25: 2,847
Sept. 24: 2,541
Sept. 23: 2,590
Sept. 22: 2,470
Sept. 21: 1,685
Sept. 20: 2,521
Sept. 19: 3,573
Sept. 18: 3,204
Sept. 17: 3,255
Sept. 16: 2,355
Sept. 15: 3,116
Sept. 14: 1,736
Sept. 13: 2,431
Sept. 12: 3,190
Sept. 11: 3,650
Sept. 10: 2,583
Sept. 9: 2,056
Sept. 8: 1,823
Sept. 7: 1,838
Sept. 6: 2,564
Sept. 5: 3,656
Sept. 4: 3,198
Sept. 3: 3,571
Sept. 2: 2,402
Sept. 1: 7,569* (includes a data backlog)
Aug. 31: 1,885
Aug. 30: 2,583
Aug. 29: 3,197
Aug. 28: 3,815
Aug. 27: 3,269
Aug. 26: 3,220
Aug. 25: 2,673
Aug. 24: 2,258
Aug. 23: 2,974
Aug. 22: 4,311
Aug. 21: 4,684
Aug. 20: 4,555
Aug. 19: 4,115
Aug. 18: 3,838
Aug. 17: 2,678
Aug. 16: 3,779
Aug. 15: 6,532
Aug. 14: 6,148
Aug. 13: 6,236
Aug. 12: 8,109* (includes a data backlog)
Aug. 11: 5,831
Aug. 10: 4,155
Aug. 9: 6,229
Aug. 8: 8,502
Aug. 7: 7,686
Aug. 6: 7,650
Aug. 5: 5,409
Aug. 4: 5,446
Aug. 3: 4,752
Aug. 2: 7,104
Aug. 1: 9,642
July 31: 9,007
July 30: 9,956
July 29: 9,446
July 28: 9,230
July 27: 8,892
July 26: 9,344
July 25: 12,199
July 24: 12,444
July 23: 10,249
July 22: 9,785
July 21: 9,440
July 20: 10,347
July 19: 12,478
July 18: 10,328
July 17: 11,466
July 16: 13,965
July 15: 10,181
July 14: 9,194
July 13: 12,624
July 12: 15,300
July 11: 10,360
July 10: 11,433
July 9: 8,935
July 8: 9,989
July 7: 7,347
July 6: 6,336
July 5: 10,059
July 4: 11,458
July 3: 9,488
July 2: …read more

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