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Photo courtesy of Denika Robbins, Orlando Rabbit Care and Adoptions

Rabbit rescue faces new challenges during the pandemic



The pandemic has made the work of animal rescue organizations a bit tougher. Members of Orlando Rabbit Care and Adoptions like Denika Robbins, Kathy Harter and Jessica Helmer are working to find homes for pet rabbits and battle a deadly disease that’s sweeping the rabbit population. 


A nurse at Orlando Health receives the first dose of a coronavirus vaccine. Photo courtesy of Orlando Health.

Florida hospitals struggle to meet demand for vaccine



As COVID-19 cases surge and the vaccine rollout continues, hospitals are scrambling to meet sky-high demand.  Joining Intersection to talk about the role of hospitals in vaccine distribution and the challenges of getting the vaccine out to as many people as possible are Dr. George Ralls, the senior vice president and chief medical officer with Orlando Health, and Mary Mayhew, the CEO and president of the Florida Hospital Association.