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Best of Coast 2020 voting opens today

Like we have every summer for the last 20 years, we’re asking you all to play favorites and vote in our annual Best of the…

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Gulf Breeze, Milton account for more than half Santa Rosa new cases

As we reported yesterday, there had been a spike in COVID cases in Gulf Breezes that is believed to be tied to graduation celebrations among…

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Zip codes for newest Escambia COVID cases

Four zip codes account for over half of the 188 new COVID cases among Escambia County residents – UWF/Ferry Pass; Beulah/Nature Trail; East Hill/Bayou Texar…

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NAS Pensacola, Corry and Whiting have mandatory masks orders

Since April 5, the Department of Defense has directed all individuals on DoD property, installations and any facility are required to wear cloth face coverings…

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Santa Rosa 111 new COVID cases; Escambia 250 cases

The day the Milton City Council rescinded an executive order requiring face masks in local businesses, Santa Rosa County had 111 new cases of COVID…

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ECUA makes face masks mandatory for all employees

Inweekly confirmed with Nathalie Bowers, Public Information Officer for Emerald Coast Utilities Authority, that all ECUA employees must wear a face covering when inside any…

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Posted in Escambia County Health

COVID-19 mutation: more contagious

The COVID-19 virus appears to be mutating and has become more contagious. The more contagious the virus, the greater need for face masks. Since early…

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County to start passing our face masks

In its daily COVID-19 update, Escambia County said its Department of Public Safety will begin distributing “face covering masks” free of charge. When? To be…

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New cases spread throughout the county

Escambia has had 138 new COVID cases among its residents since Thursday, June 25. The news cases are spread throughout the county, touching every commissioner’s…

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