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WFTV Channel 9 morning anchor and reporter Nancy Alvarez. Image: screen grab via Zoom.
Intersection

Bridging The Information Gap In The Pandemic


For some Central Floridians, the pandemic is evoking painful memories of Hurricane Maria. Channel 9 anchor and reporter Nancy Alvarez joins Intersection to talk about the Spanish language information gap in the early weeks of the crisis and the impact of the pandemic on Orlando’s Hispanic community.
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Roderick Thomas (l) and Kyle Johnson at Lighthouse of Central Florida where a call center is assisting Floridians with unemployment claims. Image: screen grab via Zoom.
Intersection

Central Florida Disability Advocates Navigate The Pandemic


Coping with the coronavirus pandemic, with home schooling, isolation and health concerns,  is stressful for the abled- but what kind of resources are out there for the disabled in this crisis?  A group of Orlando area disability advocates join Intersection for a conversation about how the disabled are navigating the challenges of the pandemic.  
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Florida is set to begin a phased reopening on Monday. Photo: Matthew Peddie, WMFE
Intersection

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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