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Your Sunday Update: Florida Reports Largest Single Day Increase In Cases; More Than 7,000 People Hospitalized With COVID-19; Trump Aides & Allies Question The Convention

Your Sunday Update: Florida Reports Largest Single Day Increase In Cases; More Than 7,000 People Hospitalized With COVID-19; Trump Aides & Allies Question The Convention

 Florida reports largest, single-day increase in Covid cases The Associated Press Florida on Sunday reported the largest single-day increase ...
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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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Your Sunday Update: Florida Reports Largest Single Day Increase In Cases; More Than 7,000 People Hospitalized With COVID-19; Trump Aides & Allies Question The Convention

Your Sunday Update: Florida Reports Largest Single Day Increase In Cases; More Than 7,000 People Hospitalized With COVID-19; Trump Aides & Allies Question The Convention

 Florida reports largest, single-day increase in Covid cases The Associated Press Florida on Sunday reported the largest single-day increase in positive coronavirus cases in ...
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Get Ready for Hurricane Season During a Pandemic with Orange County Sandbag, Face Mask Distribution Starting on Thursday

Get Ready for Hurricane Season During a Pandemic with Orange County Sandbag, Face Mask Distribution Starting on Thursday

Orange County residents with a valid ID, and a face mask, will be able to pick up ten sandbags a-person at five parks and recreation ...
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Nation's Pediatricians Walk Back Support For In-Person School

Nation’s Pediatricians Walk Back Support For In-Person School

In a new statement made jointly with teachers unions, the American Academy of Pediatrics now says "science and community circumstances must guide decision-making." ...
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Sabatini loses case against Leon County mask ordinance

Sabatini loses case against Leon County mask ordinance

At the beginning, the Zoom hearing was marred by music, coarse language and pornography. A reporter for Politico tweeted a video of the bizarre interlude ...
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Back To School Order Raises Concerns

Back To School Order Raises Concerns

This week Florida’s education commissioner Richard Corcoran released an executive order telling schools that they will have to open up brick and mortar campuses five ...
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Volusia County Reports its Highest Daily Coronavirus Count As Leaders Say There's Enough ICU Beds, Ventilators

Volusia County Reports its Highest Daily Coronavirus Count As Leaders Say There’s Enough ICU Beds, Ventilators

Volusia County reported 220 new coronavirus cases on Friday, the highest daily count for the county since the beginning of the pandemic in mid-March ...
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DeSantis: Most Coronavirus Tests In The State Administered At OCCC, Schools Are "Low-Risk"

DeSantis: Most Coronavirus Tests In The State Administered At OCCC, Schools Are “Low-Risk”

Gov. Ron DeSantis says more coronavirus tests have been administered at the Orange County Convention Center than anywhere else in the state.  ...
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Marion County Commission candidate Craig Curry is ill with COVID-19

Marion County Commission candidate Craig Curry is ill with COVID-19

The former Ocala mayor and his wife, who also tested positive, have been in quarantine since the onset of symptoms. But in the days before ...
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Orange County Leaders Scold Gyms, Praise Disney as County Reports 400 New Coronavirus Cases

Orange County Leaders Scold Gyms, Praise Disney as County Reports 400 New Coronavirus Cases

The Orange County Department of Health and the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation will be stepping up inspections at local gyms.  ...
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Secretary of Labor Says Reopening Schools Will Help Low-Income Workers, Women Get Back on the Job

Secretary of Labor Says Reopening Schools Will Help Low-Income Workers, Women Get Back on the Job

U.S Secretary of Labor Gene Scalia called schools essential businesses at a press conference with Gov. Ron DeSantis in Jacksonville on Thursday ...
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Amidst Rising Cases Nationwide, International Students Must Take One In-Person Class This Fall

Amidst Rising Cases Nationwide, International Students Must Take One In-Person Class This Fall

International students at the University of Central Florida will be required to take in-person classes this fall in order to pursue their studies in the ...
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