FDOH: 27-year-old woman one of 18 new COVID-19 deaths in NWFL​

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PENSACOLA, Fla. (WKRG) — The Florida Department of Health on Tuesday released new statistics, showing 267 new COVID-19 deaths in Florida.

The statistics showed 18 new COVID-19 deaths in Northwest Florida, including the death of a 27-year-old woman from Okaloosa County.

These are following deaths reported by the FDOH on Tuesday:

Escambia County (11 new deaths, 131 total)

— Woman, 82
— Man, 82
— Woman, 85
— Man, 87
— Man, 70
— Woman, 86
— Woman, 66
— Woman, 59
— Man, 80
— Man, 73

Santa Rosa County: (Two new deaths, 40 total):

— Woman, 67
— Man, 86

Okaloosa County: (Four new deaths, 45 total):

— Woman, 70
— Woman, 87
— Man, 45
— Woman, 27

Walton County: (One new death, 16 total):

— Man, 86

FDOH also reported 5,831 new positive COVID-19 cases Tuesday.

Florida has now had more than 542,000 COVID-19 cases and 8,550 deaths since the pandemic began.

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