MIAMI (CBSMiami) – New cases of the coronavirus are surfacing every day South Florida and the rest of the state.

Here are the latest numbers and information you need to know at-a-glance as of 11:00 a.m. on August 3, 2020.

FLORIDA: 491,884 confirmed cases

  • One-Day increase: 4,752  (*Down 2,352 from Sunday but state-run testing sites were closed over the weekend due to Tropical Storm Isaias)
  • Total Florida Deaths: 7,236
  • New Deaths: 30  *(Reported in last 24 hours)
  • Resident Hospitalizations: 27,366
  • Total Tests: 3,758,496
  • Negative Test Results: 3,260,914
  • 14-Day Average Positivity Rate: 11.41%

MIAMI-DADE: 123,644 confirmed cases (largest number in the state)

  • One-Day Increase: 954  (*Down 526 from Sunday but state-run testing sites were closed over the weekend due to Tropical Storm Isaias)
  • Total Deaths: 1,694
  • New Deaths: 25  *(Reported in last 24 hours)
  • Hospitalizations: 5,685
  • Total Tests: 645,835
  • Negative: 520,593
  • 14-Day Average Positivity Rate: 17.27%

BROWARD: 58,531 confirmed cases

  • One-Day Increase: 556 (*Down 646 from Sunday but state-run testing sites were closed over the weekend due to Tropical Storm Isaias)
  • Total Deaths: 748
  • New Deaths: 3 *(Reported in last 24 hours)
  • Hospitalizations: 3,431
  • Total Tests: 412,071
  • Negative: 352,864
  • 14-Day Average Positivity Rate: 12.63%

MONROE: 1,379 confirmed cases

  • One-Day Increase: 22
  • Total Deaths: 11
  • New Deaths: 0  *(Reported in last 24 hours)
  • Hospitalizations: 92
  • Total Tests: 12,540
  • Negative: 11,247
  • 14-Day Average Positivity Rate: 13.03%

These numbers are provided by the Florida Department of Health Dashboard.

UNITED STATES: 4,675,628 confirmed cases

  • Deaths: 154,944 (all states, the District of Columbia, Guam and Puerto Rico)

 AROUND THE WORLD: 18,117,821 confirmed cases

  • Deaths: 690,181
  • 188 countries/regions affected

 

TO AVOID GETTING SICK

  • Wash your hands often for at least 20 seconds
  • Use alcohol-based hand sanitizer
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, mouth and face
  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick or exhibit symptoms
  • Stay home when you are sick
  • Cough and sneeze into your elbow, not your hands
  • Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue when you sneeze, then throw out the tissue and wash your hands
  • Disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces
  • Evaluate your travel plans as conditions warrant; you should rethink traveling to areas that are already under a travel advisory or areas that are experiencing an outbreak of coronavirus
  • Currently, there is no vaccine to protect against the coronavirus.

SYMPTOMS

  • Mild to severe respiratory illness
  • Fever
  • Cough
  • Shortness of breath
  • For those with a weakened immune system, the elderly and the very young, there’s a chance the virus could cause a lower, and much more serious, respiratory tract illness like a pneumonia or bronchitis.
  • Symptoms may appear 2-14 days after exposure

CLICK HERE to see an interactive dashboard showing real-time data of confirmed cases and deaths. Johns Hopkins University Center for Systems Science and Engineering created a map that provides the most accurate international tracking of the outbreak of coronavirus, or COVID-19.

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