Florida Still Reporting Lowest Coronavirus Cases Per Capita


Florida continues to have the lowest number of coronavirus-related deaths per capita each day, with blue states continuing to see significant spikes. This trend has been ongoing for weeks. Florida has the lowest daily incidence of cases per 100,000 people, with Hawaii and Alabama being close behind with eight daily cases per person.

This phenomenon was largely ignored in the establishment media which hounded the Florida Governor. Ron DeSantis had been unwilling to accept extended lockdowns or impose statewide mandates for masks throughout the pandemic.

Gov. DeSantis stated that it surges in other areas and corporate media doesn’t like that. He said that they only like it when it surges into places they don’t like.

Some parts of the country, such as blue states, report significantly higher numbers. Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer reports a daily average of 7,768 cases and New York Gov. Kathy Hochul reports a daily average of 7,778 cases.

President Joe Biden recently presented the winter strategy of the Biden administration to combat the virus, which includes tighter testing requirements for international travelers as well as an extension of a mask mandate for air travel.