Florida Inmate COVID Deaths Jump To 131Florida has added a dozen inmate deaths from COVID-19 during the past week, with the total up to 131, according to numbers released Thursday by the state Department of Corrections.
Fall Graduation Events Unlikely Amid COVID PandemicAfter scrubbing traditional graduation ceremonies in the spring and summer because of COVID-19, Florida’s 12 state universities also appear unlikely to have regular fall commencement events.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis Takes Aim At Local Restaurant RestrictionsFlorida Gov. Ron DeSantis wants to prohibit local governments from being able to close restaurants and bars, as some locals did to slow the spread of COVID-19 earlier this year.
Rapid COVID Testing Sites Set Up At Dadeland MallRapid COVID testing sites were set up Thursday at Dadeland Mall.
All South Florida Charter Schools USA Expect To Reopen For In-Person Learning By October 5thCharter Schools USA, one of the largest operators of ‘public schools of choice' in South Florida, is returning to ‘in-person’ learning.
United Becomes First US Airline To Roll Out COVID Testing Program For PassengersUnited is the first U.S. airline to roll out a COVID testing program for passengers.
Coronavirus Stats At-A-Glance: Florida Adds 2,541 Cases, 179 Newly Reported DeathsHere are the latest numbers and information you need to know at-a-glance as of 11 a.m. on September 23, 2020.
Plans To Reopen Miami-Dade, Broward Schools Drawing Concerns On All SidesMore than 24 hours after it was announced Miami-Dade and Broward public schools will reopen next month, there still some concern on all sides.
Coronavirus Stats At-A-Glance: Florida Adds 2,590 Cases, 203 Newly Reported DeathsHere are the latest numbers and information you need to know at-a-glance as of 11 a.m. on September 23, 2020.
South Florida Catholic Schools Begin Phased Return To In-Classroom LearningOn Wednesday, 49 elementary schools and 8 high schools under the Archdiocese of Miami re-opened for phased in-person learning.
South Florida School District Scrambles To Find Substitute Teachers After Nearly 1,000 Educators Stay HomeThe Palm Beach County school district is scrambling to find substitute teachers after a large number of full-time teachers chose to stay home as students returned to brick and mortar classes for the first time since the coronavirus pandemic began.