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Planning For A Storm During The Pandemic


The active hurricane season has emergency managers figuring out how to prepare for evacuations and shelters with the pandemic still surging- that means finding extra space for people to shelter while social distancing, and even spacing out the lines for people to fill up sandbags. 
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More than 150,000 Americans have died from COVID-19. Image: screenshot of Florida Department of Health COVID-19 Data & Surveillance dashboard
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Reporting On The Pandemic & Trust In The Media


Joining Intersection to talk about the challenge of reporting on the pandemic and trust in the media are Jessica Malaty Rivera, science communication lead with the Covid Tracking Project and University of Central Florida Journalism instructor Rick Brunson. 
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Community Hope Center Navigates The Pandemic


The pandemic has thrown up all sorts of challenges for businesses and non-profits alike- trying to navigate the healthcare crisis and stay afloat. But what impact does a pandemic – and a sharp recession- have on a non-profit that’s focused on affordable housing? 
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