Florida posts second-highest number of new COVID-19 cases

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As Tampa Bay Times data reporter Langston Taylor pointed out, it took Florida the whole month of March to reach 5,500 cases, and we just reached that number in a single day.

Two additional residents of Livingston County have tested positive for the novel coronavirus, the Livingston County Health Department reported Thursday, bringing the county's running total to 44.

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Lake County has had 9,447 cases of the virus and 409 deaths, and Kane County has had 7,496 cases and 255 deaths, according to the Illinois Department of Public Health.

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None of the last 12 positive cases are travel related, officials say. People also have lowered their guard after the state eased lockdown restrictions, they said.

No new deaths were reported, leaving the total number at 184.

Florida has confirmed at least 13,574 coronavirus-related hospitalizations since the start of the outbreak.

The number of cases in McHenry County by age groups are as follows: 50-59 (360), 40-49 (323), 30-39 (277), 20-29 (274), 60-69 (252), 70-79 (146), 10-19 (106), 80-89 (99), 90-99 (61), 0-9 (37) and 99-and-older (2).

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