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Antibody testing slowed last week

For week ending July 23, Escambia had only 121 people  test for antibodies to determine if they have had COVID-19 – down from 157 that…

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COVID positivity up for children last week

While the overall positivity rate for Escambia County went down slightly last week – from 12.54%  to 11.91%, the rate for Escambia County children was…

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Breaking news: Tymar Crawford settlement announced

Press Release: PENSACOLA, Fla. (July 29, 2020) — The Zarzaur Law firm is pleased to announce that the City of Pensacola and the family of…

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Posted in Caring News

Peek at 2020 Pet Issue

One of our favorite annual issues:

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Florida sets another daily death record, Escambia & Santa Rosa total 359 news cases

Florida’s COVID-19 cases have topped 450K – 451,442, and with 216 new deaths, blasting past yesterday’s daily record of 186. State positivity rate is 12.26%…

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White House: Escambia still in ‘Red Zone’

The Pensacola Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) – which includes Escambia and Santa Rosa counties – still is in the Red Zone according to the latest…

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Posted in Caring Escambia County Health

‘Stay Clean’ added to ‘Mask Up’ campaign

“Unfortunately, it sounds like COVID-19 is not going away anytime soon we are urging the public to continue to focus on staying clean to stay…

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Escambia lags behind other Florida counties in CARES Act planning

Eight Florida counties with less than 500,000 population have received a first installment of more than $14 million from the CARES Act. Two have not…

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Presser Notes: CARE$, Climate Change and … Masks

by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson opened his weekly press conference Monday by thanking city residents for observing the municipality’s mask mandate —…

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