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Old 03-06-2020, 10:00 PM
 
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A Lee County resident in Southwest Florida has died of coronavirus Friday, a case considered presumptively positive according to the Florida Department of Health’s tweet.

Two Florida residents have died due to coronavirus (COVID-19), and six Florida residents are confirmed at least presumptively positive cases in the state, according to the Florida Department of Health Friday night.

According to the health department, an individual in their seventies tested presumptivley positive for COVID-19 in Lee County and died after returning from an international trip. The destination has not been released by the health department.
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Old 03-07-2020, 02:36 PM
 
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A Lee County resident in Southwest Florida has died of coronavirus Friday, a case considered presumptively positive according to the Florida Department of Health’s tweet.

Two Florida residents have died due to coronavirus (COVID-19), and six Florida residents are confirmed at least presumptively positive cases in the state, according to the Florida Department of Health Friday night.

According to the health department, an individual in their seventies tested presumptivley positive for COVID-19 in Lee County and died after returning from an international trip. The destination has not been released by the health department.

It is a fast spreading super virus that has infected many countries and the numbers are growing. Stay safe. I became a prepper in the last few weeks as I am no spring chicken... the older you are the more vulnerable you are for a hospital visit.


This is the numbers of cases around the world changing constantly with new numbers as the come in many times adding cases for one day and then the numbers go to zero each day.. Scroll to the top to get todays numbers and scroll down for the description of who is infected in the US.



https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/#repro
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Old 03-07-2020, 07:32 PM
 
Location: Coral Gables / Bonita Springs
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The destination has not been released by the health department.
I thought they said on local news they went to the Caribbean islands? Didn't know that was an issue.

A lady in Charlotte County has it now, just returned from a trip to Israel & Egypt.

Someone in Volusia county as well to go along with the 2 seniors in Broward county.

Obviously not a lot, but just last week or so New York was testing to see if they have their first case. Today they're in a state of emergency with over 60 cases.

I'm sure the U.S has well over 1000 people infected if we were able to test more people.

Crazy what South Korea can do, a drive-thru testing facility? I think they tested over 30,000 people so far.
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