The state of Florida crossed a new coronavirus threshold between Wednesday and Thursday when the state recorded more than 3,000 new cases in a single day for the first time. Florida Department of Health officials reported 3,207 new cases of the deadly virus Thursday. That’s a new single day high, up from 2,610 the day before and 2,783 new cases reported Tuesday.The number hospitalized across the state jumped by 188 to 12,577. Hospitalization rates in Northwest Florida remained low, with Okaloosa County reporting just five hospitalized Wednesday with two in ICU and none on ventilators. Okaloosa and Santa Rosa counties both saw big jumps in the number of residents testing positive between Wednesday and Thursday. Okaloosa County recorded 15 new cases and Santa Rosa 14, according to numbers provided by the Department of Health.Walton County reported only one new COVID-19 case Thursday, but the victim was a 6-month-old child.Total cases in the state have now reached 85,926 and the death toll climbed by 43 overnight to 3,061.