CORAL SPRINGS, FL – The rate of Covid-19 infections continues rising in Coral Springs, this week topping 13,000 cases since the start of the pandemic.
As of Saturday, the city had 13,272 cases, up from 12,974 cases reported on Monday, according to the Florida Department of Health.
Based on the latest health department data, 7,934,016 people have received vaccines in Florida, and 5,012,332 people have been fully vaccinated.
In Broward County, 724,968 people have received shots.
Find out the latest data on Covid-19 in schools serving Coral Springs here.
- Coral Springs (Florida Department of Health):
- Broward County (Florida Department of Health):
Friday’s positivity: 6.97%
- Florida (Florida Department of Health):
Friday’s positivity: 6.88%
- United States (Johns Hopkins University):
- Worldwide (Johns Hopkins University)
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