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Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Metro Orlando Chair John de Armas. Photo: Courtesy of Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Metro Orlando
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Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Metro Orlando chair John de Armas talks business during the pandemic


Passed last month, the $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan delivers a figurative shot in the arm to the U.S. economy, while more people are getting a literal shot in the arm as the COVID vaccination rollout picks up speed. Business leaders are optimistic about the economic impact of the stimulus and the easing of the pandemic.  For the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Metro Orlando, the pandemic triggered an emergency response as the chamber scrambled to help members stay afloat.
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A Beep shuttle is parked at the Village Green in Lake Nona. Photo: Danielle Prieur
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Central Florida Tech Companies Adapt During The Pandemic


A conversation with three tech entrepreneurs who’ve had to radically rethink what they do in the pandemic- autonomous shuttles that have switched to food delivery, a manufacturer that’s now building ventilators, and an events and marketing platform dealing with the surge in online demand.
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Florida is set to begin a phased reopening on Monday. Photo: Matthew Peddie, WMFE
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What Reopening Business Means For Central Florida


Governor Ron DeSantis has outlined his step by step plan for getting businesses reopened- starting with restaurants and retail stores next week. But what does reopening safely actually mean- and what about businesses that have to keep their doors closed for now? 
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