The Florida Department of Health has confirmed 132 coronavirus deaths in the last 24 hours on Tuesday. This is a new record compared to the maximum of 120 in the past week.
With this new number, the number of deaths from the disease in the US state has increased to 4,409. In addition, Florida health authorities, which have seen a significant increase in pandemic numbers, have reported that 9,194 new cases of coronavirus have been found, bringing the global number to 291,629.
In addition to Florida, other American states such as California and Texas are currently experiencing pandemic outbreaks that have hit the United States more than any other country in the world, causing more than 3.4 million infections. On the last day, the North American country added more than 58,000 positives, according to Johns Hopkins University.
In the meantime, the state of New York, which was initially the epicenter of the pandemic in the United States, has added Minnesota, New Mexico, Ohio, and Wisconsin to the list of areas that require 14 days of quarantine before entry.