COVID-19 has claimed the lives of 10 more local residents as new cases of the deadly virus were reported throughout Marion County on Saturday.
On a day when Florida reported 695,887 cumulative cases of COVID-19 and the local area added 13 new deaths for a total of 528, Gov. Ron DeSantis announced that restaurants and bars can immediately go back to 100 percent capacity.
Thirteen more local residents have lost their battle with COVID-19 as the tri-county area reported 67 new cases of the virus Friday.
COVID-19 has claimed 14 more local victims as the tri-county area reported 87 new cases of the virus Thursday.
Four more local residents have died of COVID-19 as new cases of the deadly virus continue to be identified across Ocala and Marion County.
Four more local residents have succumbed to the deadly COVID-19 virus as the tri-county area topped 19,000 cases Tuesday.
No new COVID-19 deaths were reported in the tri-county area Monday but Ocala added 19 new patients for a total of 7,381 cases – 78 percent of those reported in Marion County.
One more local resident has died of COVID-19 as 30 more cases were reported Sunday in Ocala and throughout Marion County.
No new local COVID-19 deaths were reported Saturday but Ocala tallied 7,344 cases of the potentially deadly virus.
Nineteen new COVID-19 cases were reported in Marion County Schools this past week. Ocala-News.com’s Larry D. Croom has an update on cases of the potentially deadly virus in all three local school districts.