Florida reported its fourth highest one-day count of new cases of coronavirus on Wednesday.
According to the Florida Department of Health, there are now 158,999 cases of the virus, an increase of 6,563 over the day before.
The increase is the fourth most in the last eight days, a period in which Florida set new records three times. The most new cases reported in one day is 9,585, set on June 27.
Florida also reported a total of 3,605 deaths from the coronavirus, 100 of which involve non-residents.
Here’s a look at county-by-county coronavirus data:
Palm Beach County (No. 3 in state)
- Total cases: 14,447
- Resident Cases: 14,300
- Deaths: 512
Martin County (No 16 in state)
- Total cases: 2,112
- Resident Cases: 2,096
- Deaths: 25
St. Lucie County (No. 19 in state)
- Total cases: 1,812
- Resident Cases: 1,801
- Deaths: 48
Indian River County (No 27 in state)
- Total cases: 739
- Resident Cases: 727
- Deaths: 16
Okeechobee County (No 38 in state)
- Total cases: 383
- Resident Cases: 381
- Deaths: 0
The city of West Palm Beach is seventh in the state with 3,362 cases of coronavirus among residents
Miami is number one with more than 22,000 cases. Lake Worth is No. 14 with 2,044 cases.