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Florida has lowest per capita coronavirus case rate in US


The Sunshine State continues to defy opinions and attacks offered by members of the far-left and establishment media, reporting the lowest per capita coronavirus cases in the United States.

Florida continued to report the lowest case rate per 100,000 on Monday, at seven, according to the New York Times’ last count. The daily average of cases in Florida stood at 1,437 on Monday, a 2% drop in the past two weeks.

The Blue States, famous for their lockdowns, continue to struggle to catch up with Florida in terms of low cases. Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s (D) Michigan, for example, reports a daily average of 8,780 daily cases, or 88 per capita. This represents a 78 percent increase over the past two weeks. Last week, state health officials issued another health advisory, urging all people over two to wear a mask, regardless of their immunization status.

Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer receives a dose of the Pfizer Covid vaccine at Ford Field during an event to promote and encourage Michigan residents to get vaccinated on April 6, 2021 in Detroit, Michigan (Matthew Hatcher / Getty Images).

Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf (D), whom he has held in custody for months, is also in trouble, reporting a daily average of 5,903 cases, or 46 per 100,000. This represents a 43 percent increase in the country. over the past two weeks.

Florida has lowest per capita coronavirus case rate in US

Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf removes his mask before answering questions from the press (Photo: Gov. Tom Wolf).

Likewise, the New York government (D) Kathy Hochul, once the US epicenter of the virus, is reporting a daily average of 6,901 cases, or 35 per capita. This represents an increase of 63% over the past 14 days.

Florida has lowest per capita coronavirus case rate in US

Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul visits a Queens public school to see safety precautions before it opens during the continuing COVID outbreak on August 18, 2021, in New York City (Spencer Platt / Getty Images).

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (R) noted this phenomenon during his press conference in Brandon, Fla. On Thursday, where he signed legislation to protect workers from mandatory vaccine requirements.

Florida has lowest per capita coronavirus case rate in US

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis addresses supporters and members of the media after signing a bill on Thursday, November 18, 2021 in Brandon, Florida. DeSantis has signed a bill that protects employees and their families from coronavirus vaccination and mask warrants (AP Photo / Chris O’Meara).

“They don’t want to tell you that, but Florida for almost a month has been either the lowest or one of the lowest COVIDs in the whole country,” he said.

“You see it increasing in other parts. Corporate media don’t like it when it hits other regions. They only like it when it pops up in places they don’t like, ”he continued.

“And so, I don’t know if they’re even going to cover this up, but I see it happening, and it was something that was obviously predictable,” the governor added.

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