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One more person in Florida has died as a result of coronavirus since this morning, according to a Thursday evening report from the Florida Department of Health.

Total confirmed Florida cases of the virus as of 5 p.m. March 26, is 2,484. The total number of deaths so far is 29.

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The number of people that have been tested in Florida is 27,343. Of those people, 24,855 tested negative, according to the report.

Below are the numbers for Northwest Florida counties:

Note: The numbers includes the cities and counties of residence for cases in Florida residents. Note that city is not always received as part of the initial notification and may be missing while the case is being investigated.

— Okaloosa - 22 confirmed cases, one more since Thursday morning

— 7 in Destin,

— 7 in Niceville,

— 3 in Fort Walton Beach

— 2 in Crestview

— 1 in Mary Esther

— 2 non-Florida residents

— Santa Rosa - 12 confirmed cases, three more since Thursday morning

—7 in Navarre

—2 in Milton

— Walton - 13 confirmed cases

Of those in Walton, 5 cases live in Santa Rosa Beach

— Bay - 3 confirmed cases