During the week ending September 3, Florida health officials reported 129,240 new COVID-19 over the course of the week.
Fast forward one month, the Florida Department of Health saw 37,772 COVID-19 cases this past week, nearly 5400 cases a day, a drop of some 70 percent compared to one month ago.
The cumulative case total since March 1 last year now stand at 3,576,571, with more than 55,000 deaths.
Florida administered 278,891 vaccine doses in the past week, including 108,569 people who received either Pfizer booster shots or third doses given to those already vaccinated.
61 percent of eligible residents have been fully vaccinated and 71 percent of Florida residents age 12 and up have received at least one dose of the coronavirus vaccine.
86 percent for Floridians 65 and older have been vaccinated, the highest of any age group.
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