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30,000 Apply For Rental Assistance In Orange County; Just 14% Of County Request For PPE Fulfilled By The State: Coronavirus Update for 4/1

30,000 Apply For Rental Assistance In Orange County; Just 14% Of County Request For PPE Fulfilled By The State: Coronavirus Update for 4/1

WMFE is monitoring the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, including a removal of the age limit on the Orange County drive-up testing ...
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Coronavirus Latest For 3/31: Sumter County Issues Stay-At-Home Order; Florida Cases Over 6,700

Coronavirus Latest For 3/31: Sumter County Issues Stay-At-Home Order; Florida Cases Over 6,700

WMFE is monitoring the latest on the new coronavirus for March 31, including expanded school closures and possible power bill ...
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MAP: Track Florida Cases Of COVID-19 In Real Time

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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Stuck at Home? Forgo Binge Watching More Netflix, Fill Out a Census Form Online Instead

Stuck at Home? Forgo Binge Watching More Netflix, Fill Out a Census Form Online Instead

Central Florida officials are encouraging residents to use time spent sheltering in place to fill out their census form. The United States Census Bureau has suspended ...
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30,000 Apply For Rental Assistance In Orange County; Just 14% Of County Request For PPE Fulfilled By The State: Coronavirus Update for 4/1

30,000 Apply For Rental Assistance In Orange County; Just 14% Of County Request For PPE Fulfilled By The State: Coronavirus Update for 4/1

WMFE is monitoring the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, including a removal of the age limit on the Orange County drive-up testing site and new projections that ...
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University Counseling Services Finds New Ways To Connect With Students During Pandemic

University Counseling Services Finds New Ways To Connect With Students During Pandemic

One side effect of the coronavirus pandemic is its impact on mental health. Stay-at-home orders and the pivot to remote learning is forcing university counseling services ...
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Some Snowbirds Headed North Told To Stay In Their Southern Nests

Some Snowbirds Headed North Told To Stay In Their Southern Nests

People who migrate South for winter are being told not to return to their year-round homes in the North. Some places that typically welcome their ...
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Michael McDonald: Tiny Desk (Home) Concert

Michael McDonald: Tiny Desk (Home) Concert

No joke: The Doobie Brother took to his studio to record a special quarantine concert for Tiny Desk fans ...
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Pop Culture Happy Hour: Short Bursts Of Joy To Change Your Mood

Pop Culture Happy Hour: Short Bursts Of Joy To Change Your Mood

Quick jolts of energy to brighten up even the worst days ...
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Coronavirus Forces Ballot Measure Campaigns To Shut Down Amid Health Fears

Coronavirus Forces Ballot Measure Campaigns To Shut Down Amid Health Fears

Efforts to raise taxes, change redistricting rules and legalize gaming machines have all fallen victim to social distancing rules to make it nearly impossible to ...
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No Caps, No Gowns: For Many In The Class Of 2020, Commencement Is Called Off

No Caps, No Gowns: For Many In The Class Of 2020, Commencement Is Called Off

For many college students, walking across the stage isn't just a celebration, it's a recognition of years of hard work, and often sacrifices from their ...
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Tips From Someone With 50 Years Of Social Distancing Experience

Tips From Someone With 50 Years Of Social Distancing Experience

Billy Barr has living alone in a cabin in a Colorado mountain ghost town for 50 years. He offers advice on how to find and ...
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Cruise Ship Struggling With COVID-19 Headed to Florida

Cruise Ship Struggling With COVID-19 Headed to Florida

A cruise ship with four dead and nearly 200 people who have been sick with suspected COVID-19 may dock in Fort Lauderdale if cruise company ...
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Coronavirus Latest For 3/31: Sumter County Issues Stay-At-Home Order; Florida Cases Over 6,700

Coronavirus Latest For 3/31: Sumter County Issues Stay-At-Home Order; Florida Cases Over 6,700

WMFE is monitoring the latest on the new coronavirus for March 31, including expanded school closures and possible power bill rate decreases ...
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Who's Sickest From COVID-19? These Conditions Tied To Increased Risk

Who’s Sickest From COVID-19? These Conditions Tied To Increased Risk

A Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report finds 78% of COVID-19 patients in the U.S. requiring admission to the intensive care unit had at ...
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