Florida’s coronavirus death toll now has a comma in it.

The Florida Department of Health reported this morning the state now has recorded 1,012 fatalities, 10th in the country, with 25 added to the rolls from yesterday afternoon. The state also crossed the 30,000 mark (30,174) in total cases.

Osceola County now has 454 cases, with five new ones added from Thursday afternoon, and 129 hospitalizations, a number that has grown slowly.

The county’s seventh death, reported yesterday afternoon, was a 72-year-old female who died on April 11. The average age of the seven county fatalities is 68.7 years old.