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Your Coronavirus Update For Monday: More Than 30,000 Florida Residents Have Died From COVID-19

Your Coronavirus Update For Monday: More Than 30,000 Florida Residents Have Died From COVID-19

More than 30,000 Florida residents have now died from COVID-19. The state reached that grim milestone even as the average of ...
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Your Coronavirus Update For Thursday: Florida Adds 5,000 New Cases; 163 New Deaths

Your Coronavirus Update For Thursday: Florida Adds 5,000 New Cases; 163 New Deaths

Florida added 5,073 new COVID-19 cases, according to figures released Thursday.  The state also added 163 new deaths.  ...
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DATA MAP: Track Florida Cases Of COVID-19 In Real Time

DATA MAP: Track Florida Cases Of COVID-19 In Real Time

Researchers are releasing a map that shows COVID-19 cases by county across Florida ...
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FDA Panel Votes For Emergency Use Of Johnson & Johnson's COVID-19 Vaccine

FDA Panel Votes For Emergency Use Of Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 Vaccine

The Food and Drug Administration typically follows the advice of its expert advisers. A quick agency decision on the Johnson & Johnson vaccine is expected ...
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New Study Co-Authored by UCF Professor Finds Domestic Abuse Has Increased Since the First Lockdown

New Study Co-Authored by UCF Professor Finds Domestic Abuse Has Increased Since the First Lockdown

A report released this week by the National Commission on COVID-19 and Criminal Justice found an 8.1% jump in domestic violence since mid-March.  ...
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This is Savannah. She's 22 Years Old, A Heart Transplant Recipient And A COVID Survivor. And She Wants You to Get Vaccinated.

This is Savannah. She’s 22 Years Old, A Heart Transplant Recipient And A COVID Survivor. And She Wants You to Get Vaccinated.

AdventHealth Central Florida doctors are encouraging transplant recipients to get vaccinated against COVID-19 when more shots become available to the general public.  ...
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CDC Launches Web Tool To Help Americans Find COVID-19 Vaccines

CDC Launches Web Tool To Help Americans Find COVID-19 Vaccines

The process of trying to get vaccinated can be confusing. A new platform from the federal government and private sector partners makes it easier to ...
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DeSantis: When senior demand for Covid-19 vaccine drops, residents as young as 55 will be eligible

DeSantis: When senior demand for Covid-19 vaccine drops, residents as young as 55 will be eligible

The governor anticipates a significant increase soon in the federal supply through Pfizer and also Johnson & Johnson, once the CDC approves its single-dose vaccine ...
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Orlando Church Holds Bilingual Drive Thru Vaccination Event To Reach Minority Communities

Orlando Church Holds Bilingual Drive Thru Vaccination Event To Reach Minority Communities

A drive thru clinic at Alianza Church in Orlando vaccinated some 500 people against COVID-19 today.  ...
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Gov. DeSantis Says Federal Vaccine Sites Could be Expanded to Offer Shots to Some People Under 65

Gov. DeSantis Says Federal Vaccine Sites Could be Expanded to Offer Shots to Some People Under 65

Each of the four federal sites in the state -  including one in Central Florida at Valencia College West - is expected to vaccinate some ...
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Young People Struggle To Keep Friends Close As Pandemic Pulls Them Apart

Young People Struggle To Keep Friends Close As Pandemic Pulls Them Apart

The pandemic has prolonged the post-graduation transition amid a tough economy. With the lack of in-person interaction, young professionals are trying to adjust to a ...
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Your Coronavirus Update For Monday: More Than 30,000 Florida Residents Have Died From COVID-19

Your Coronavirus Update For Monday: More Than 30,000 Florida Residents Have Died From COVID-19

More than 30,000 Florida residents have now died from COVID-19. The state reached that grim milestone even as the average of new daily cases and hospitalizations ...
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UCF Nursing Students Are on the Frontline of the Vaccination Effort in Central Florida

UCF Nursing Students Are on the Frontline of the Vaccination Effort in Central Florida

UCF has almost 200 student nurses from UCF’s main, Cocoa and Daytona Beach campuses who are serving at community vaccination sites ...
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