The latest coronavirus numbers in Florida for Sunday, June 7


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The Florida Department of Health on Sunday released numbers about the coronavirus in the state. Here are some takeaways:

Total number of cases in Florida: 63,938

Increase in cases from a Saturday count: 1,180

Deaths of Florida residents: 2,700

Increase in deaths from a Saturday count, with deaths of people who tested positive in Broward, Martin, Osceola, Palm Beach, Polk and Washington counties: 12

Deaths in Washington County, with the death of a 73-year-old man verified Sunday: 7

Deaths of residents or staff members of long-term care facilities: 1,388

Percentage of deaths involving residents or staff members of long-term care facilities: 51.4 percent

Long-term care deaths in Washington County: 6

Deaths of people under age 45: 61

Deaths of people ages 45 to 64: 342

Deaths of people ages 65 to 84: 1,361

Deaths of people 85 or older: 936

Source: Florida Department of Health
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