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Everyone on campus from students, faculty, and staff will be required to wear a face mask.
Testing will be available for those who drive up, walk, or bike to the site.
Orlando International Airport is making it easier for the public to limit exposure to COVID-19. Vending machines that carry essential sanitary supplies for travelers to purchase have been installed at select locations.
The Orlando Sentinel reported on Wednesday that Publix informed them that another 20 of its Central Florida stores have had a worker test positive for coronavirus.
A crowd gathered in downtown Stanford on Wednesday to protest the city's mask ordinance. Demonstrators said a requirement to wear a mask infringes on their rights.
A group of researchers and lead scientists at Harvard University have put together a new interactive map that breaks down the COVID-19 numbers across the world and the United States, all the way down to the county level.
The order specifically states "every person living, working, visiting or doing business in the City of New Smyrna is encouraged to wear a face covering in any indoor location, other than home or residence."
Holly Hill-based company Bob’s Space Racers -- known for its popular arcade game Whac-A-Mole -- is dabbling in the PPE production industry.
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Vice President Mike Pence is scheduled to travel to make a brief stop in Tampa on Thursday, July 2.
Confirmed COVID-19 cases in Florida have reached 158,997, resulting in 3,550 deaths.
Parents are asked to choose an option by Monday, July 13, and indicate on a form which one they prefer.
While there is no set fine for those individuals caught not wearing a mask, businesses have the right to refuse entry and service to customers without one.
Many of the new cases are among younger adults and attributed to relaxed socializing in parties and bars, where alcohol consumption was banned starting last week to stop the virus’ spread.
Osceola County has become the first school district in Central Florida to release a reopening plan that gives students three choices for the fall.
The Brevard County Commission on Tuesday opted not to vote on a controversial order that would require face coverings to be worn in public places.
The Daytona International Speedway is getting ready to host a race where fans can actually attend for the first time since the coronavirus pandemic began. Up to 5,000 fans are expected for the WeatherTech 240 race on Saturday.
Daytona Beach is requiring face coverings, and now Volusia County leaders are considering a mask policy for the whole county.