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Thursday a.m. briefing

I had a phone conversation with Christine Freer, DOH Escambia PIO, and sent her my spreadsheet on the spike in COVID-19 cases from May 30-June…

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DOH Escambia says COVID-19 infections may have started 14 days ago

Inweekly has tried to find out why Escambia County has seen 63 new COVID-19 cases since Friday, May 29. We received this response this morning:…

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The mystery that solved itself, or Doug did it

by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly The mystery of who released shade meeting transcripts, if there was much of one, has been solved. It was Doug Underhill….

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Burn, baby, burn on Friday

The Escambia County Interim Fire Chief, in conjunction with Escambia County Emergency Management and the Florida Forestry Service, will lift the burn ban effective 6…

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More COVID cases in nursing homes could be in Escambia’s future

Sources have shared the testing of local long-term care facilities has uncovered a boat of load of new positives, as many as 50 in facility…

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What is in the beach reopen order

Inweekly asked County Attorney Alison Rogers for the final draft to the Board of County Commissioners executive order to reopen our public beaches. The order…

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What I learned after reading 38 SitReps

Inweekly requested every SitRep (situation report) created by the Escambia Emergency Operations Center since it was activated on March 17–a total of 38 reports. The…

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COVID-19: Tuesday mid-day report

The number of new cases statewide slowed over the past 24 hours – only 766. The new total is 21,367.  However deaths jumped by 54…

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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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