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Covid: Monday noon update

As 10 a.m. Monday, May 11, the percentage of positive COVID-19 cases in Escambia County dipped to 5.9%. A week ago, the overall positive percentage…

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Reopening Escarosa guide released

In an effort to provide the public in Northwest Florida concise and accurate information related to COVID-19 business resources, a consortium of Escambia and Santa…

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Mandatory testing and guidelines

Mandatory LTC testing Jim Saunders of The News Service of Florida reports state Agency for Health Care Administration yesterday issued emergency orders to require nursing homes…

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COVID-19: Sunday update

DOH Escambia entered new 154 test results into the system, 2.6% were positive – bringing overall positive percentage down to 6%. The county only had…

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COVID: Saturday Haircut Edition

Four Escambia County long-term care facilities have had deaths associated with COVID-19, according to a FDOH report released late Friday. The LTC deaths account for…

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Update on Five Mile Swamp Fire

Five Mile Swamp Fire Re-Entry: Previously Closed Evacuation Zone Now Open to Residents Only (See larger map: https://www.santarosa.fl.gov/…/Five-Mile-Swamp-Fire-Re-Entr…) Open to residents only: Everything on Garcon…

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Business Updates

Reopening Florida Business Survey As business in Florida reopens, FloridaWest is working with our ESF-18 partners at The Greater Pensacola Chamber of Commerce and Visit…

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COVID-19 Friday noon update

While the county’s percentage of positive COVID-19 cases continues to fall, the number of deaths and hospitalizations have increased.  As of 11 a.m. Friday, May…

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Figuring out the new normal for hospitality and tourism

by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly As Florida businesses begin to reopen and reassess how best to proceed in light of the current COVID-19 pandemic, members of…

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