By Steve Plunkett

Boynton Beach has wrested the lead from Boca Raton as South County's coronavirus hotspot, with 669 cases reported as of June 4.

Boca Raton has 660 cases, while Delray Beach has 518 reports.

Two weeks earlier, Boca Raton led with 586 with Boynton Beach at 537 and Delray Beach at 447. 
 
In the latest report West Palm Beach leads Palm Beach County with 1,330 cases. Lake Worth Beach has 1,327, Belle Glade has 420, and Jupiter has 338. The county's overall total is 6,688 cases.
 
Broward County has 7,462 cases, while Miami-Dade County has 18.779.
 
ZIP Code 33435 contains many of Boynton Beach's infections, with 268 cases or 40% of the city's total. The ZIP Code includes parts of Ocean Ridge, Briny Breezes and Delray Beach, but the state says positive cases in 33435 self-reported as being residents only of Boynton Beach and Ocean Ridge.
 
Ocean Ridge officially has one reported case.
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