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.
Get South Florida local news, weather forecasts and entertainment stories to your inbox. Sign up for NBC South Florida newsletters.
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.