Florida Primary Is Tuesday But You Can Still Turn In Your Vote-By-Mail BallotIf you haven’t voted early or voted by mail, then you must go to the polls Tuesday, August 18 to cast your ballot for the Florida primary election. However, there is still time to turn in your Vote-By-Mail ballot.
Florida Tourism Numbers Plummet In Second QuarterFlorida’s vital tourism industry suffered an estimated 60.5 percent drop in visitors as the COVID-19 pandemic hit hard during the year’s second quarter, with international travel off more than 90 percent.
Florida's COVID-19 Cases In Children Increased 137% In Past MonthFlorida's number of official COVID-19 cases in children has more than doubled over the past month, data from the state showed Tuesday.
Florida School Superintendents Ask State To Address COVID-19 Testing IssuesAs Florida schools reopen this month, district superintendents are calling on state officials to address two major challenges: the need for rapid testing for COVID-19 and a statewide plan to handle students and staff members who test positive.
Salmonella Outbreak In Florida, 42 Other States Linked To OnionsA salmonella outbreak caused by onions is expanding and has infected 640 people from 43 states, including Florida.
Florida Reaches New Milestone With 173 New Reported Coronavirus DeathsIt is not a record that should be broken, but Florida did just that Thursday with 173 new reported coronavirus deaths.
Governor DeSantis: Much Needed Shipment Of Remdesivir Headed To FloridaFlorida Governor Ron DeSantis announced Friday that more Remdesivir, a drug which has been found to help COVID-19 patients, is on its way to Florida.
Florida's Curve No Longer Flat Amid New Surge Of COVID-19 CasesFlorida appeared to be “flattening the curve” in the spring as theme parks shuttered, sugar sand beaches closed and residents heeded orders to stay home. Now, it's almost as if that never happened.
Questions Remain About Reopening Florida Agencies' OfficesMore than a month after Gov. Ron DeSantis began restarting Florida’s economy, his administration has not issued guidance for how state agencies should reopen offices to workers and the public.
Florida Gas Prices Top $2 But Level OffAverage gasoline prices in Florida have topped $2 a gallon for the first time since March, but fears about another surge in COVID-19 cases could head off continued price increases.
AP Source: MLS Looking At Having All Teams Play In OrlandoMajor League Soccer is looking at the possibility of resuming the season this summer with all teams playing in Orlando, Florida.
Florida Education Leaders Eye Ways To Reopen SchoolsRapid and repeated coronavirus testing for students and staff, daily temperature checks and adjusting class sizes and bus rides to allow social distancing are among many measures that Florida education leaders are considering as the state prepares to reopen public schools in the fall.
Florida Coronavirus Update: Third Death In Miami-Dade, 54 Deaths Across The StateThe coronavirus has now claimed the lives of three people in Miami-Dade, as of Saturday afternoon, and eleven in Broward.
Florida Coronavirus Update: 38 Positive Cases In Broward, 23 In Miami-Dade; State Launches New TrackerThere are 19 new positive COVID-19 cases in Florida bringing the state total to 155. One thirty seven of those are Florida residents and 18 are non-Florida residents.
Coronavirus Update: Miami-Dade Schools To Close Next WeekMiami-Dade County Public Schools Superintendent Alberto Carvalho has ordered the emergency closure of all public schools beginning March 16 due to coronavirus concerns.