Posted in Escambia County Health

Gilley looking at how to reopen beaches

At the virtual “Coffee with the Commissioner” this morning, County Administrator Janice Gilley said she’s looking at ways to reopen beaches in Escambia County, even…

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Posted in Escambia County Health

Three questions over ‘coffee,’ two weak answers

Inweekly had three questions for County Administrator Janice Gilley to answer at Commissioner Jeff Bergosh’s virtual “Coffee with the Commissioner” this morning. 1. What county…

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Posted in Health

Latest COVID data and a free burger

As per the 11 a.m EDT DOH Dashboard, the COVID-19 cases surpassed 15K in the past 24 hours – new total 15,456.  Escambia County increased…

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Posted in Business

Help for small business owners – today

The Spring has partnered with gener8tor to offer a free two-week Emergency Response Program for small businesses affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. The program features…

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Posted in Politics

IMPACT 100 presents 2020 Nonprofit Workshop Online Webinar

On Oct. 11, IMPACT 100 Pensacola Bay Area will award a total of $1,166,000 in project grants of $106,000 each to 11 nonprofit organizations serving…

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Posted in Escambia County Health Pensacola

COVID-19: Wednesday morning update

City Yard Waste Pickup Running Behind Schedule Due to a significant increase in yard waste being placed curbside for pickup in recent weeks, City of…

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Posted in Caring Health

Escambia Co. Assisted Living Facility: ‘High risk for an outbreak’

According to yesterday’s situation report (SITREP) from the Escambia County Emergency Operations Center, a Level II response team has been requested for “an ALF that…

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Local hospitals set record for COVID-19 collections

Two days after Inweekly reported that West Florida Hospital had collected less than three-percent of all COVID-19 specimens, the Escambia County Emergency Operations Center reports…

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COVID-19: Mid-afternoon update

Last week, the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation at the University of Washington School of Medicine released a model that projected the COVID-19 pandemic…

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