Miami Pronouncement: 4/29/2020


APRIL 29, 2020

Fourteen of our neighbors have been pronounced dead in the last 24 hours. As of April 29th, 2020, there have been a total of 338 deaths due to coronavirus across Miami-Dade County. May those who have fallen to the pandemic rest in peace.

Total number of cases (Miami-Dade County): 11,927

Total number of hospitalizations: 1,445

Total number of deaths: 338

New cases in the last 24 hours: 96

New deaths in the last 24 hours: 14

Greetings neighbors, this is the Miami Corona Project Daily Update for Wednesday, April 29th, 2020:

As of yesterday, there have been 11,831 positive cases of coronavirus across the county, with 1,361 hospitalizations and a total of 324 deaths–twenty two more than yesterday.

Across the United States, the national total of positive cases is now 1,010,717, the total number of dead has risen to 58,365.

Let’s hope today brings better news.  I’ll update you tomorrow.


Miami-Dade County Parks reopened for the first time today at 6 a.m. which has been closed with other recreational facilities countywide since March 18.

However, its reopening does not come without opposition from municipalities. Despite the county’s list of new rules and bans to help mitigate the spread of the virus at these parks, Miami-Dade’s three largest cities (Hialeah, Miami and Miami Gardens) said its too early to reopen and ordered their parks to remain closed. In other cities, basketball courts, which Gimenez said could be open as long as games are banned, remain closed.