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Your Friday Coronvirus Update: Florida Adds Nearly 10,000 New Cases; 120 Deaths

Your Friday Coronvirus Update: Florida Adds Nearly 10,000 New Cases; 120 Deaths

WMFE is following the latest stories on the coronavirus pandemic from Central Florida, around the state and the US ...
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Your Coronavirus Update For Wednesday: Nearly 10,000 New Cases Added

Your Coronavirus Update For Wednesday: Nearly 10,000 New Cases Added

WMFE is following the latest stories on the pandemic from around the state of Florida and the US ...
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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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Orange County Mayor Demings Says Fines for Noncompliant Businesses Will Target "Bad Actors"

Orange County Mayor Demings Says Fines for Noncompliant Businesses Will Target “Bad Actors”

Demings said businesses that don’t require social distancing and facial coverings can be written up by strike teams or law enforcement officers for $500 to ...
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As Marion County COVID-19 cases climb, health official says 'we can control how high this goes'

As Marion County COVID-19 cases climb, health official says ‘we can control how high this goes’

The county added 183 new cases on Thursday with a test positivity rate of 13 percent. And five more deaths were recorded ...
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Your Friday Coronvirus Update: Florida Adds Nearly 10,000 New Cases; 120 Deaths

Your Friday Coronvirus Update: Florida Adds Nearly 10,000 New Cases; 120 Deaths

WMFE is following the latest stories on the coronavirus pandemic from Central Florida, around the state and the US ...
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Community Veterans History Project Continues to Preserve Local Military History During Pandemic

Community Veterans History Project Continues to Preserve Local Military History During Pandemic

A student project to record the stories of veterans has continued through the pandemic, with the interviews being done remotely.  ...
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UNITE HERE 737 Asks for Help to Feed Some Two Thousand Theme Park Workers And Their Families

UNITE HERE 737 Asks for Help to Feed Some Two Thousand Theme Park Workers And Their Families

UNITE HERE Local 737 says they’ve stopped getting donations from a federal food box program which was feeding some 2,000 theme park workers and their ...
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This Disney Worker Isn't Planning on Leaving the Star Motel: "It's About Doing What is Right"

This Disney Worker Isn’t Planning on Leaving the Star Motel: “It’s About Doing What is Right”

A handful of residents still living in the Star Motel in Kissimmee say they won’t leave their rooms unless they’re forced out. That’s as unused ...
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California Is Days Away From A Regional Stay-At-Home Order

California Is Days Away From A Regional Stay-At-Home Order

Gov. Gavin Newsom said the restrictions will likely go into effect "in the next day or two" in places with less than 15% ICU availability, ...
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'Warning Signs Flashing': Job Growth Slows Sharply As Pandemic Takes Toll On Economy

‘Warning Signs Flashing’: Job Growth Slows Sharply As Pandemic Takes Toll On Economy

U.S. employers added just 245,000 jobs last month, as the runaway pandemic continued to weigh on hiring. The unemployment rate fell to 6.7% from 6.9% ...
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Facebook Bans Debunked Claims About COVID-19 Vaccines

Facebook Bans Debunked Claims About COVID-19 Vaccines

The new ban is an expansion of the social network's rules against misinformation that could lead to imminent physical harm. It comes as governments prepare ...
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Seacrest Studios Opens at Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children, Offers Escape from Treatment Through Broadcast Media

Seacrest Studios Opens at Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children, Offers Escape from Treatment Through Broadcast Media

Pediatric patients will be able to host their own show, watch live musical performances and play online games at the new Seacrest Studios at the ...
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AdventHealth Doctors Encourage Central Floridians To Get Vaccinated When They Can

AdventHealth Doctors Encourage Central Floridians To Get Vaccinated When They Can

Health protocols like face masks and social distancing will still need to be observed at least initially as it could take months to vaccinate the ...
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