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Florida Hits Record Day Of COVID-19 Cases Ahead Of The 4th Of July Weekend

The Sunshine State is heading into the 4th of July weekend with another record-setting day of COVID-19 cases.

The state soared past the 10,000 case mark on Thursday, beating a high-water mark just set on Friday.  

10,109 COVID-19 cases recorded on Thursday

The total number of Floridians infected with COVID-10 has now risen to 169,106, according to the state's COVID dashboard

Over the last seven days, the Sunshine State has recorded 55,088 cases, which has led to health experts worrying that Florida has become a "hotspot" for the virus. 

Many cities and counties across the state have implemented mandatory face mask and social distancing ordinance to stop the spread of the virus. 

Via NBC Miami 

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