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DeSantis moves to block those escaping from La

Inweekly is working to find out more about Gov. Ron DeSantis plan to implement a road block on I-10 to stop travelers from Louisiana from…

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Buzz: Governor DeSantis discussing establishing a blockade on state line

Update: Several news outlets have confirmed this report.  PNJ reports Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson also sent a request to the governor. However, the mayor didn’t…

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Lumon May: Test Results, Re-opening Beach, Employee Safety

Commissioner Lumon May attended Mayor Grover Robinson’s press conference. Inweekly took advantage of the opportunity to ask the commissioner about communications on testing, re-opening the…

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COVID-19: Friday noon report…an hour late

Florida Department of Health moved its dashboard update to 12 p.m. EDT.  Notice high percentage increases over the past two days. Note 2 p.m.: DOH…

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Setting Records Every Day

By Rick Outzen The president of Ascension Sacred Heart Hospital Pensacola, Dawn Rudolph, has become a familiar face at press conferences and county commission meetings…

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COVID-19’s Economic Gut Punch

Local Organizations Offer Guidance for Businesses By Jeremy Morrison Measures being taken to limit the impact of the COVID-19 coronavirus are dealing the business community…

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COVID-19: Friday morning update

DOH has changed its COVID-19 dashboard. The board now shows Florida residents – 2,359 positive cases but excludes non-residents – 125 cases. It appears state…

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Baptist reports two hospitalizations

From their afternoon update: “We have two presumptive positive patients in our care at Gulf Breeze Hospital and one presumptive positive patient in our care…

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COVID-19: Mid-afternoon report

As of 11 a.m., DOH reported five more people have died who tested positive for COVID-19 in Clay, Hillsborough and Orange counties. Last night,  Pinellas…

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