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COVID-19: Palm Beach County Risk Level Decreases

Palm Beach County Risk Level Decreases As Numbers Improve.

Covid-19 Palm Beach County Decreased Risk - 1-17-22
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Boca Raton, FL – Boca Post (BocaPost.com) — COVID-19 risk level decreases as the numbers in Palm Beach County showing signs of improvement over the last few days.

The December Omicron surge appears to be finally ending. While the CDC isn’t publishing new numbers until tomorrow, January 18th, 2022, the numbers are staring to look better for Palm Beach County.

Covid-19 Palm Beach County Risk Level Decrease - Cases To Deaths - 1-17-21
Image Credit: Cdc Covid Data Tracker

With 62 deaths and 409,997 total cases reported in Florida during a 7 day period through Friday, January 14th, 2022, the only good news is that the numbers are decreasing.

As previously reported on by Boca Post, Florida is offering Monoclonal Antibody Treatments in Palm Beach and Broward Counties.

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Mike Thomas is the editor-in-chief at Boca Post. Boca Post is a hyperlocal news media organization dedicated to providing honest and unbiased reporting of the news as it affects Boca Raton and the surrounding areas.As a Florida native living in Boca Raton with his family, Mike genuinely cares about Boca. Boca Post is a labor of love created by Mike Thomas and is a gift from his family to yours.

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