STATEWIDE — Although down from Saturday's record-setting number of coronavirus cases, an additional 10,000 new one-day cases was reported on Sunday.
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Florida recorded 10,059 new cases, with 29 new deaths and 160 hospitalizations. While hospitalizations went down, the number of deaths went up from Saturday's announced 18.
Almost half of the deaths reported Sunday came from Pinellas County. Those numbers came from 53,768 tests.
The state's overall positivity rate now stands at 9.09 percent.
The Bay area saw another 1,680 cases in Sunday's numbers with one death reported in Pasco County and 14 in Pinellas.
Central Florida saw an additional 1,764 new cases, led by Orange County's 770 cases. One Central Florida death (Osceola County) was reported Sunday.
With Sunday's numbers, the state surpassed 200,000 covid-19 cases (200,111). The latest number of deaths in Florida is at 3,731 people.
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