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Your Tuesday Coronavirus Update: Florida Adds More Than 3,000 New Cases; Positivity Rate Ticks Up

Your Tuesday Coronavirus Update: Florida Adds More Than 3,000 New Cases; Positivity Rate Ticks Up

WMFE is following the latest stories about coronavirus in Central Florida and around the state ...
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Orange County Nonprofits Can Apply For CARES Act Funding

Nonprofit organizations in Orange County struggling financially because of  the coronavirus pandemic, can apply for federal assistance ...
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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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Freedge Movement: Grassroots Efforts Fight Food Insecurity With Free Refrigerators

Freedge Movement: Grassroots Efforts Fight Food Insecurity With Free Refrigerators

An ad hoc network of activists and anarchists from New York to L.A. are setting up the food refrigerators to help address neighborhoods in need, ...
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Tampa airport says it will test passengers for coronavirus

Tampa airport says it will test passengers for coronavirus

The Tampa International Airport announced Tuesday that it will be the first in the nation to test passengers for the coronavirus in the terminal.   ...
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DeSantis: Millions Of Rapid Test Kits On The Way To Florida

DeSantis: Millions Of Rapid Test Kits On The Way To Florida

Millions of rapid test kits for the coronavirus will soon be on their way to the neediest Floridians - courtesy of the federal government ...
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HMSHost Says It Will Fire 782 Furloughed Workers on October 15

HMSHost Says It Will Fire 782 Furloughed Workers on October 15

Orlando International Airport workers and state and local leaders protested a concessionaire’s decision to fire hundreds of furloughed workers next month.  ...
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To spend CARES Act funds, Lake County plans $35 million line of credit

To spend CARES Act funds, Lake County plans $35 million line of credit

The county has figured out how to spend $64 million in federal help promised by the state ...
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Your Tuesday Coronavirus Update: Florida Adds More Than 3,000 New Cases; Positivity Rate Ticks Up

Your Tuesday Coronavirus Update: Florida Adds More Than 3,000 New Cases; Positivity Rate Ticks Up

WMFE is following the latest stories about coronavirus in Central Florida and around the state ...
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Image: Tracy O via flickr

Orange County Nonprofits Can Apply For CARES Act Funding

Nonprofit organizations in Orange County struggling financially because of  the coronavirus pandemic, can apply for federal assistance ...
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When Will We Stop Wearing Masks?

When Will We Stop Wearing Masks?

Things in Florida appear to be returning to normal, but the coronavirus pandemic still continues ...
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More Than 600,000 Child Cases Reported Of COVID-19, But Severe Illness Is 'Rare'

More Than 600,000 Child Cases Reported Of COVID-19, But Severe Illness Is ‘Rare’

In a survey of data reported by 49 states and four other jurisdictions, the American Academy of Pediatrics said the infection rate for COVID-19 is ...
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Orange County Leaders Urge Businesses, Residents to Continue to Observe Health Precautions During Phase Three Reopening

Orange County Leaders Urge Businesses, Residents to Continue to Observe Health Precautions During Phase Three Reopening

After Gov. Ron DeSantis moved to a phase three reopening plan, Orange County leaders are warning businesses to keep health precautions in place as they ...
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COVID-19 Complicates Cancer Fight For North Florida Man

COVID-19 Complicates Cancer Fight For North Florida Man

Fighting a single life-threatening illness is bad enough. But Guy Nichols recently battled two at once ...
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Rep. Eskamani Says Phase Three Reopening Could Put More Theme Park Workers At Risk

Rep. Eskamani Says Phase Three Reopening Could Put More Theme Park Workers At Risk

Central Florida lawmakers say Gov. Ron DeSantis might be endangering Florida workers with preexisting health conditions by reopening the state. The state moved to phase ...
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