706 cases are Florida residents, and an additional 57 are non-residents who have been tested and isolated in Florida.

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COVID-19 cases in Florida jumped to more than 700 on Saturday, with total confirmed cases at 763, according to the Department of Health. 706 cases are Florida residents, and an additional 57 are non-residents who have been tested and isolated in Florida.

Twelve Florida residents who tested positive for COVID-19 have died, according to the state Department of Health. Two new deaths were reported Saturday, one in Broward County and one in Duval County.

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The ages of the deceased range from 46 to 92:

A woman, 68, in Orange County.

A woman, 79, in Orange County.

A man, 77, in Broward County.

A man, 92, in Broward County.

A woman, 96, in Broward County.

A man, 70, in Clay County.

A man, 83, in Duval County.

A man, 88, in Duval County.

A man, 77, in Lee County.

A woman, 77, in Lee County.

A 70-year-old in Manatee County.

A 71-year-old in Santa Rosa County.

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