On the day Osceola County officials announced a requirement for anyone out in public working, visiting or doing business in the county, the Florida Department of Health announced there are now 305 confirmed COVID-19 cases in the county, increasing by 10 on Friday.

There are 95 people hospitalized, including four non-residents, in connection with coronavirus.

The state added about 1,100 cases (up to 17,968, ninth in the country) and 48 deaths (up to 419, 10th) to its tally.

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