ORLANDO, Fla. - Below is a log of the day's events as it relates to the global coronavirus pandemic.
5 a.m. -- Orange County completes its first night of a mandatory curfew which was issued by Mayor Jerry Demings on Friday. All residents will be required to follow the curfew, which is from 11 p.m. until 5 a.m., until further notice. Read more HERE.
9 a.m. -- The Florida Department of Health lists 563 cases of coronavirus in Florida and 10 deaths. U.S. cases are up to 19,624 and 260 deaths.
11 a.m. -- On Saturday morning, the Florida Department of Health announced that Florida's coronavirus cases have jumped to 658. That's up from 563 on Friday. There are now 603 positive Florida residents, 55 non-Florida residents, and 12 deaths reported.
- Orange: 23 cases
- Volusia: 10 cases
- Osceola: 14 cases
- Seminole: 11 cases
- Brevard: 4 cases
- Hillsborough: 42 cases
11:30 a.m. -- U.S. cases of coronavirus climb closer to 20,000, now at 19,931. There are a total of 275 deaths in the country.
1:30 p.m. -- During a news conference with President Trump and the White House Coronavirus Task Force, Vice President Mike Pence said he and his wife would be getting tested on Saturday for the coronavirus after a staff member tested positive. Pence said he has no symptoms and was advised that it is unlikely that he caught it, but is doing it as a precaution.
2:15 p.m. -- The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has authorized its first rapid novel coronavirus test, which will allow those in the medical field to get results for a patient in about 45 minutes. Find out when they'll be shipped HERE.
4:40 p.m. -- During a press conference, Governor Ron DeSantis announced that there are now 763 cases in Florida, up 200 from Friday. The death toll stands at 12.
9 p.m. -- On Saturday, the Florida Department of Health (DOH) announced more postive cases of the coronavirus. Health officials say there are 763 cases of COVID-19 in the state. Officials say 706 of the cases are Florida residents. They say 57 are non-Florida residents tested and in isolation in the state. Twelve deaths have been recorded in the state, so far, and more than a thousand cases of COVID-19 are being monitored, according the DOH.
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