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Your Coronavirus Update For Tuesday: Florida Adds 3,600 New Cases; Vaccinations Near 9 Million

Your Coronavirus Update For Tuesday: Florida Adds 3,600 New Cases; Vaccinations Near 9 Million

Florida added more than 3,600 new coronavirus cases according to figures released Tuesday ...
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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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As Many Entertainment Venues Start To Reopen, Nobody Does A Comeback Like The Movies

As Many Entertainment Venues Start To Reopen, Nobody Does A Comeback Like The Movies

As the number of vaccinated Americans rises and the number of cases of COVID declines, Hollywood has started the back-to-cinemas drumroll — with mask-wearing superheroes ...
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What Is 'Black Fungus'? And Why Is It Spreading Among India's COVID Patients?

What Is ‘Black Fungus’? And Why Is It Spreading Among India’s COVID Patients?

Doctors say India's battle with COVID-19 has led to an unprecedented rise in mucormycosis, a rare but dangerous fungal infection that preys on people with ...
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Pet Rescue by Judy's Judy Sarullo Says Animal Shelters Still Need Foster, Adoptive Parents A Year Since the Start of The Pandemic

Pet Rescue by Judy’s Judy Sarullo Says Animal Shelters Still Need Foster, Adoptive Parents A Year Since the Start of The Pandemic

A recent UF study found that the percentage of dogs and cats being adopted from shelters during the pandemic jumped significantly from the previous year.  ...
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AdventHealth Doctors Recommend Patients As Young as 12 Get the Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine

AdventHealth Doctors Recommend Patients As Young as 12 Get the Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine

All Orange County vaccination sites are now offering the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine to children in this younger age group with parent or guardian permission ...
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City of Orlando, AdventHealth, Orlando Magic Team Up to Offer 2,300 Vaccines at the Amway Center on Thursday

City of Orlando, AdventHealth, Orlando Magic Team Up to Offer 2,300 Vaccines at the Amway Center on Thursday

Central Floridians who are 18 years old and up can get vaccinated at the Amway Center tomorrow ...
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Orange County Officials Say Pfizer Vaccines Are Not Available for 12- to 15-Year-Olds Yet

Orange County Officials Say Pfizer Vaccines Are Not Available for 12- to 15-Year-Olds Yet

The US Food and Drug Administration approved the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine in children ages 12 to 15 on Monday.  ...
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NewsNight: Mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic

NewsNight: Mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic

A special edition of NewsNight Conversations focuses on mental health and the wide range of people who are struggling during the COVID-19 pandemic ...
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Publix Accepts Walk-in Customers for COVID‑19 Vaccinations in All Seven of Its States

Publix Accepts Walk-in Customers for COVID‑19 Vaccinations in All Seven of Its States

Starting May 10, all Publix Pharmacy locations will accept walk-in customers who want to get the COVID‑19 vaccine, in addition to those who schedule appointments ...
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Administrator Chris Pombonyo Says Appreciating Teachers This Year is About Celebrating the Victories, Checking In During the Hard Times

Administrator Chris Pombonyo Says Appreciating Teachers This Year is About Celebrating the Victories, Checking In During the Hard Times

In a study by the RAND Corporation, about half of all teachers who quit their job post March 2020 left the profession because of the ...
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From the Pages of Orlando Weekly: Orange County Mayor Jerry Demings Is Not Having It When it Comes to Lifting Some COVID Restrictions

From the Pages of Orlando Weekly: Orange County Mayor Jerry Demings Is Not Having It When it Comes to Lifting Some COVID Restrictions

Mayor Demings says the governor failed to lead at the outset of the pandemic, creating the very patchwork of local orders that his executive order overturns ...
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