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NAMI of Greater Orlando held its annual fundraising walk this year virtually. Image: NAMI / Zoom screenshot
Health

The Impact Of The Pandemic On Mental Health


The coronavirus pandemic is stressing people’s mental health- but it’s just one stressor. Eric Welch, executive director of NAMI of Greater Orlando discusses who’s most at risk and what resources are available for those in need. 
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Chabeli Carrazana covers women and the economy for The 19th. Image: zoom screenshot / WMFE
Intersection

How The Pandemic Is Impacting Women In The Workforce


The pandemic has put enormous strain on households- and it’s had a big impact on women in the workforce in particular. Reporter Chabeli Carrazana with the non-profit newsroom The 19th joins us to explain why the last three months has wiped a decade of economic advancement away for women.
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Seminole County Emergency Manager Alan Harris. Photo: Matthew Peddie, WMFE
Health

Planning For A Storm During The Pandemic


The active hurricane season has emergency managers figuring out how to prepare for evacuations and shelters with the pandemic still surging- that means finding extra space for people to shelter while social distancing, and even spacing out the lines for people to fill up sandbags. 
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