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Florida Department of Health August 29 – Nassau County records death of a 65 year old brings area death totals to 19

Florida Department of Health

August 29, 2020

Editor’s Note:  There is a total of 629 cases of Coronavirus in Zip Code 32034 an increased of 7 from yesterday.

Nassau County Emergency Management:

23 new cases of residents and non-residents.

 

 

Nassau’s epidemiologists have 23 new cases to investigate today. Please answer their phone calls!  It is with great sadness that we announce an additional Nassau County resident, a 65-year old male, has succumbed to CoViD-19 infection. This brings the total number of CoViD-19-related deaths among Nassau residents to 19. Our deepest sympathies are extended to the family and loved ones of this gentleman during their time of sorrow.

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