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Escambia County lags far behind others on antibody testing

The county and health officials have touted the importance of antibody testing. The Florida Department of Health has published the antibody test results for each…

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Union Public House temporarily closes

From July 3 Facebook post: “With the recent spike in COVID-19 in our area, and in an effort to keep our staff and guests safe,…

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Posted in Escambia County Health

Tax collector requires face masks

Unlike the county administration, Escambia County Tax Collector Scott Lunsford requires masks or cloth face coverings for everyone entering his offices. Mask may only be…

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Local hospitals report 122 COVID patients

The city of Pensacola has released that the hospitals in Escambia and Santa Rosa counties have reported six more COVID patients – total 122 Ascension…

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COVID not slowing down in Escambia

While Sunday, July 4 was the lowest day for new COVID cases in Florida since Monday, June 29–6,336, Escambia County had another 100+ day, with…

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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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