CDC Corrects ‘Mistake’ with Florida’s Weekend COVID Numbers

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has fixed an error in its reporting of Florida’s COVID numbers over the weekend, which combined multiple days worth of cases into one, making it appear that Florida had its highest one-day count of new cases since the beginning of the pandemic. “Florida has again broken a record when it comes to COVID-19 cases,” reported WSVN in Miami on Monday. “The state reported 28,317 new cases of COVID-19 on Sunday to the Centers for Disease Control. The Florida Department of Health called out the CDC for its error. “Wrong again. The number of cases [the CDC] released for Florida today is incorrect. They combined MULTIPLE days into one,” they tweeted. “We anticipate CDC will correct the record.”

This wasn’t a ‘mistake’ by the CDC. Anyone who’s watched a Jen Psaki press briefing of late knows that the Biden Administration and the CDC are going out of their way to pick fights with Texas and Florida because of their sheer hatred for their popular Republican governor’s.

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