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Monday a.m. briefing – nursing home heartache

Four weeks after Escambia, Santa Rosa and Okaloosa counties reopened their beaches, Escambia reported 24 new COVID-19 cases and Okaloosa 16 cases. On Wednesday, Santa…

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May: Escambia County’s deadliest month for COVID-19.

Escambia County had its deadliest day for COVID-19 – four, bringing the total to 33. April only had 11 deaths so we tripled that the…

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Thursday afternoon update

Escambia County has 8 new COVID-19 cases – two are non-Florida residents. DOH Escambia entered 393 new test results –2% positive. 5/27/20 5/28/20 Increase Total…

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Latest of cases in long-term facilities

Here at the COVID-19 cases reported currently in the long-term care facilities, according to AHCA – total 70. The numbers are self-reported by the facilities….

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Santa Rosa schools will continue meal program

Santa Rosa County School District food contractor Sodexo, in cooperation with STA the Santa Rosa County District Schools bus service, will continue the summer feeding…

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Escambia has three more deaths.

Escambia County had three more COVID-19 deaths, which brings the death total to 29. This was the most deaths in a single day since May…

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Wednesday a.m. food for thought

Covid-19’s impact on Gulf Power In early May, Inweekly had the Political Matrix poll Escambia County voters about impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on their…

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Escambia sends out COVID-19 update

The list of long-term care facilities with active COVID-19 cases is available here. Please note, Oakbridge Terrace at Azalea Trace does not have any positive cases…

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Escambia County by the COVID-19 numbers

Maybe a better way to look at the spread of the coronavirus in Escambia County is to look at only Escambia County residents that have…

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