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COVID cases and positivity rates continue to climb

For the third consecutive week, COVID-19 new cases reported trended higher in Escambia County, though the rate of increase has slowed. The biggest jump in…

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COVID: November cases may top Oct and Sept combined

The COVID-19 stats as of Wednesday, Nov. 18 have been published by the Florida Department of Health.  Escambia County has the most new cases since…

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GBHS has over 100 students out due to COVID-19

Gulf Breeze High School has had to cancel several soccer games due to COVID-19. As contact tracing is done through the school, more and more…

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Salzman misses first Florida House session

Newly-elected State Rep. Michelle Salzman wasn’t able to make the Florida House’s Organization Session held yesterday due to a COVID-19 case in her household. Salzman…

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FDOH slow to post COVID data

As of 3:30 p.m. Central, the Florida Department of Health has yet to post the COVID-19 statistics for Monday, Nov. 16. Escambia County sent out…

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Gulf Breeze reports 13 active COVID cases

CITY OF GULF BREEZE COVID-19 PHASE III UPDATE The City has been operating under Phase III of its Phased Re-Opening Plan since September 30, 2020….

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Robinson explains State of Emergency

by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly With cases of COVID increasing in the local region, Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson is hoping that the city’s recently deployed state…

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UWF going virtual after Thanksgiving

University of West Florida President Dr. Martha Saunders told Inweekly that university’s instruction will go “straight online after Thanksgiving.”  Those students who can’t go home…

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Escambia County returning to August’s high COVID levels

As of Wednesday, Oct. 11, Escambia County has had 414 new COVID-19 cases, five  deaths, and 26 hospitalizations. for the week. Last for the period…

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