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Universal Orlando Resort announced that beginning June 2, six of their hotels will reopen for guests.
Pointing to the constitutional separation of powers, a Leon County circuit judge Thursday refused to order the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity to take steps to “fix” the state’s much-maligned unemployment compensation system to process and pay claims.
There are more than 53,000 confirmed cases in Florida, according to health officials.
Results can be expected in about 3 days.
Amazon will convert 125,000 of the 175,000 temporary roles hired since March to permanent jobs if employees would like to stay at Amazon long term.
The World Health Organization is recommending healthy people, including those who don't exhibit COVID-19 symptoms, only wear masks when taking care of someone infected with the contagion.
Flagler County students are preparing for a non-traditional graduation at one of Central Florida’s famed venues.
SeaWorld Orlando is going to make sure all visitors know what to expect ahead of its planned reopening on June 11, pending final approval from Gov. Ron DeSantis.
The Florida university system’s governing board on Thursday approved a broad blueprint for how to reopen campuses in the fall, which will help schools as they work to finalize their individual plans over the next two weeks.
A twelfth Florida inmate has died from complications related to COVID-19 as the number of cases among state prisoners continues to climb, the Florida Department of Corrections reported on Thursday.
Busch Gardens just cleared the first hurdle toward reopening its parks to visitors this summer.
Experts say the N-95 masks with a one-way valve should be avoided.
The center has been shut down for about two months due to COVID-19.
The company, which also owns Marshalls and HomeGoods, made the announcement in a recent press release.
While projections indicate that the rate of increase in COVID-19 deaths is declining, the U.S. is still forecasted to exceed 115,000 deaths by June 20.
The Iowa Department of Public Health confirmed 555 employees had tested positive on Thursday.
Safety protocols include face masks and temperature checks for guests and cast members.
About 41 million people have now applied for aid since the virus outbreak intensified in March, though not all of them are still unemployed.
An Orlando police officer has tested positive for COVID-19, the department announced on Thursday. This is the second officer to test positive during the coronavirus pandemic out of a staff of 1,064.