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Your Friday coronavirus updates: More than 25,000 Floridians have died with COVID-19; Lake County plans second doses; Seminole cancels text alerts

 More than 25,000 Floridians have died with COVID-19 As of today, more than 25,000 Floridians have died with COVID-19. The state added 272 residents to its death toll — and five non-residents. The number of new cases in Florida rose each day this week. The Florida Department of Health reported 13,719 new cases from Thursday. Orange County added 36 deaths in today’s coronavirus report. So far 893 county residents have died. Statewide the test positive rate was 12.4 percent on Thursday. It was above 11 percent throughout Central Florida. Sumter County was the region’s worst with 17.7 percent of new test results coming back positive. Osceola was next with 17.1 percent. About one and quarter million people have received …
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Why You Feel So Guilty When You’re Not Working

For millions of people, working from home has not meant working fewer hours. The average workday has grown longer – about 49 minutes longer – and people are going to more meetings than they were before the pandemic began. Whether you’re still heading out to work each day or you’ve transformed your home into your office, there’s a good chance you were struggling to disconnect from work even before the coronavirus. Burnout is so common worldwide that the new edition of the World Health Organization’s International Classification of Diseases will include it as a syndrome, an occupational phenomenon marked by feelings of exhaustion, cynicism and negativity. If that sounds familiar, it might be time for some reflection. When was the last …
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