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Florida reports record number of COVID-19 deaths for second straight day

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For a second consecutive day, Florida has broken its record of COVID-19 deaths reported in a single day with 216.

Florida health officials said Wednesday that the state’s single-day coronavirus death toll has topped 200 for the first time.

The 216 new deaths in Florida brings the amount of resident who’ve died after contracting COVID-19 to 6,333. 

The state also reported 9,446 new cases of coronavirus, bringing the total case count to 451,423.

•Brevard County: 5,155 cases, 85 deaths

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