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Florida’s coronavirus cases include 14 Jacksonville patients

The cases are comprised of 12 men and two women, all of them ages 22 to 91. One case is travel-related, according to the health department, while four others are linked to contact with known patients. Six cases are among people with no travel history or contact  Jacksonville News with existing cases.

All seven of Alachua County’s cases — three men and four women, ages 21 to 69 — are believed to be related to their travel history.

The health department reports that Clay County’s patients are two men and two women, ages 55 to 70, all of whom came into contact with known cases of the virus. One of those patients has since died.

In St. Johns County, the patients are two men and two women, ages 49 to 64, including a non-resident. Three of those cases are classified as travel-related and the Press Release Distribution Service In Jacksonville fourth had contact with a known patient.

The lone patient in Nassau County is a travel-related case involving a man whose age was not listed.

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