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Mayor Robinson ‘not ready to give up fight yet’

Inweekly reached out to Mayor Grover Robinson after he announced that he has gone into self-quarantine after his son tested positive for the COVID-19 virus….

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Pensacola mayor goes into self quarantine

A Message from Mayor Robinson about COVID-19 Dear citizens of Pensacola, Today, I was tested for COVID-19. I have not received the test results, but…

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Presser Notes: Five Percent and Better on the Bluffs

by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly Nudging down a bit, the Pensacola area’s percentage of COVID-19 tests yielding positive results is running about five percent. “Glad to…

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Maybe some good news

At 10 p.m. last night, Mayor Grover Robinson reported that Ascension Sacred Heart has received 1,015 results from the 1,996 tests that it has conducted…

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Presser notes: Fighting the fear; The ‘dog’ don’t hunt (video)

by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly Opening his weekly presser Monday morning, Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson focused on a key element of the current COVID-19 coronavirus ordeal:…

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City clarifies his order

Mayor Grover Robinson announced Thursday, March 19 a Declaration of State of Emergency 20-02 with new business restrictions in the City of Pensacola to help prevent the…

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Pensacola begins the big shutdown

Inweekly covered Mayor Grover Robinson’s afternoon presser that included Commissioner Lumon May, Escambia DOH director Dr. John Lanza, and heads of the county’s three hospitals….

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Mayor shuts down dining service for restaurants, only takeout allowed

Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson held a press conference this afternoon to announce Declaration of State of Emergency 20-02, which closed on-premises service of customers.for “all…

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Presser notes: Officials Field COVID-19 Questions

‘Begin To Transition To Where We Go’ by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly Local community officials gathered Wednesday to field questions pertaining to the COVID-19 coronavirus and…

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