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Innisfree Hotels donates 6,300 room nights to health care workers

Doctors, nurses, EMTs, paramedics and other frontline medical staff on the gulf coast will be provided a hotel stay free of charge at Innisfree’s properties…

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Presser notes: Mayor says COVID-19 infected nursing home in the city limits

By Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson said Monday that he thinks the local senior care facility that has experienced a number of COVID-19…

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CivicCon to hold virtual town hall

CivicCon will a virtual town hall at 11 a.m. Wednesday, April 15 on the Zoom platform. Attending the Town Hall on Zoom is simple and…

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County administrator continues to refuse to name infected facility

Despite news reports that a Live Oak official named the COVID-19 long-term care facility infected in his community and received help from the state,  County…

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COVID-19 11 a.m. update

Escambia County picked up 11 more cases since 6 p.m. Sunday – total 235.  The state now as 20,601 cases and 470 deaths. While Florida’s…

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Lowery disputes Gilley’s statement

Michael Lowery, president of Amalgamated Transit Union Local 1395, has asked Escambia County Commission chairman Steve Barry for an investigation of COVID-19 employee safety and…

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Monday a.m. – What you need to know

Santa Rosa County had another COVID-19 related death, bringing the total to 4. Escambia County yesterday an increase of 14 positive cases, total 224 and…

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Only COVID-19 post today: ‘Clown car crashing into a dumpster fire’ edition

After Escambia County deemed its more detailed COVID-19 reports (SITREP) were no longer exempt from public records law, Inweekly has learned the EOC stopped doing…

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Escambia County relents, releases COVID-19 report…but

After pressure from NorthEscambia.com, News Journal, Inweekly and the public, Escambia County Administrator Janice Gilley agreed to release the more detailed SITREP –which she had…

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