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Do not put hydrogen peroxide up your nose

The Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America has issued a warning against a coronavirus treatment circulating on social media that is leading some people to…

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Hear from experts on FDA approval of Pfizer vaccine, face masks

Tomorrow at 7:45 a.m. on NewsTalk 1370 WCOA, my guest will be Sally Pipes, President, CEO, Thomas W. Smith Fellow in Healthcare Policy at The…

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Covid update for Aug. 23

Escambia County had  2,419 new COVID-19 cases over the last week, according to the  Florida Department of Health. The good news is 3,256 people were vaccinated…

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DeSantis expands vaccines to older teachers and cops

By Christine Sexton, The News Service of Florida TALLAHASSEE — Marking a significant change in Florida’s vaccination strategy, Gov. Ron DeSantis on Tuesday said teachers…

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Report on COVID cases in schools

The state released its summary of COVID-19 cases in schools for the period Sept. 6-Sept 26. The Top 5 Infected Schools in Escambia & Santa…

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10 COVID deaths reported over past two days

According to the Florida Department of Health, Escambia County had only 31 new local cases on Wednesday, Sept. 23, with a positivity rate of only…

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Presser Notes: Sally & Masks

By Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly As Sally strengthened from a Tropical Storm into a Hurricane in the Gulf of Mexico Monday, Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson said…

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Escambia pushes past 2K COVID cases

Escambia County now has 2,046 cases – with 94 news cases reported today. The state of Florida has 6,563 new cases with a positivity rate…

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Slow Sunday, ‘only’ 5,266 new COVID cases

Florida had 5,266 new cases – positivity rate 13.5%. Escambia County had 42 new cases – three were non-Florida residents and two associated with local…

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