FL reports 58K COVID cases, smashing single-day record — again

The drastic change suggests that while omicron cases are on the rise, the variant is not infecting people at the rate the CDC had projected. “There’s no way around it, it is a huge swing that makes it seem like something went really wrong,” Dr. Shruti Gohil, associate medical director [and assistant professor] at UC Irvine’s School of Medicine, told National Public Radio. “But there is always a delay in the testing information that comes in, and that’s what the public should take away.”