Florida's confirmed COVID-19 cases increased by just over 2,300 Thursday, as the state's virus-related death toll rose by over 80.
The 2,338 new confirmed COVID-19 cases brought Florida's total to 2,318,480 since the outbreak began, according to figures released by the state's department of health.
Another 86 new virus-related deaths among Florida residents were reported Thursday, bringing the state's total to 36,733. An additional 736 non-resident deaths have been confirmed in the state to-date, one more than Wednesday's total. Most of the newly confirmed deaths occurred days or weeks earlier.
The positivity rate for new cases in the state was 3.20% in Thursday's department of health coronavirus report, the sixth-straight day it's been below 4%.
The positivity rate for all cases, including people who have already been tested, was 4.06% Thursday, the third-straight day that rate has been below 5%.
In South Florida, Miami-Dade County reached 499,956 cases on Thursday, an increase of 444 since Wednesday, along with a total of 6,412 COVID-related deaths, 11 more than the total reported Wednesday.
In Broward County, there were 244,358 total COVID-19 cases reported, a daily increase of 228, along with 3,067 virus-related deaths, a single-day increase of three.
Palm Beach County had 148,119 total cases and 2,873 virus-related deaths Thursday, while Monroe County had 7,085 cases and 50 deaths.
Editor's note: An earlier version of this story incorrectly reported the number of virus-related deaths.