According to the Miami Herald, Florida just broke another “Daily Death Record”. Here’s the problem: Those deaths were from DAYS before, not exactly the DAY before. This continues to be a massive problem in Florida’s reporting numbers, and has given national media outlets the green light to continue to sound the alarms about the state. In fact, there was a never a day where anyone can be exactly sure that any death account only encompassed the past 24 hours.
“Florida’s Department of Health on Tuesday morning confirmed 9,230 additional cases of COVID-19, bringing the state’s known total to 441,977. There were also 186 new Florida resident deaths announced, increasing the statewide resident death toll to 6,117.
The 186 deaths mark the highest single-day death toll announced by the Florida Department of Health since the pandemic began, but it does not necessarily mean that every person died in the past 24 hours.”