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Last week tough for COVID in Florida. and Escambia

Florida ended last week with 10,059 new COVID cases, topping 200K cases.   On June 5, Florida only had 61,488 cases – reporting a tenth…

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Escambia County Jail has 38 more COVID cases

Three C’s exposed—County COVID Coverup Press Release: Through contact tracing more inmates have tested positive at the Escambia County Jail. Out of the 44 inmates tested,…

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Chicago vs Escambia

According to the city of Chicago dashboard,  the city of 2.69 million people had 182 new cases out of 3,865 tests, positivity rate 4.7% on…

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Local hospitals report 114 COVID patients – up 12 from July 3

The city of Pensacola has shared that our local hospitals report 114 COVID patients as of July 4.  Two weeks ago the total was in…

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Florida approaches 200K cases, Escambia 2600

Florida has 11,458 new COVID cases – 14% positivity rate. Escambia County has 200 new cases – 181 Florida residents, median age 31 and positivity…

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Breaking news: Local hospitals report 21 more COVID patients, total 102

The city of Pensacola has reported that local hospitals have added 21 more COVID patients since yesterday: Ascension Sacred Heart: 37 Baptist: 18 West Florida…

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COVID cases exploding in Panhandle, Esc. 157, SR 67, Okal. 50

Florida has another 9,488 COVID cases – positivity rate 14.8, fourth consecutive 14%+ day. Escambia County has 158 new cases – 136 Florida residents, one…

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Escambia County has 81 COVID patients in local hospitals

COVID hospitalizations in Escambia have nearly quadrupled over the past two weeks.   The city of Pensacola has an excellent dashboard that displays COVID-19 patients…

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Pensacola divided over Confederate monument

Divisions by race, age, party and neighborhood  The city of Pensacola voters are divided on whether to remove the Confederate monument in Lee Square. If…

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