One day after Florida hit a grim milestone, setting a record for the daily number of new COVID-19 cases.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis implemented the first phase of his plan to reopen the state back on May 4. Since then, he urged young people not to ignore the guidelines.
City commissioners in Winter Haven voted unanimously Monday to approve an ordinance requiring face coverings to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Florida reported more than 12,000 new cases of COVID-19 in the latest daily report, and that followed the 15,000 cases on Sunday that broke the national record for a one-day total. But there are some encouraging trends in the data that suggest the state could be bending the curve.
A protester interrupted Florida Governor Ron DeSantis’s coronavirus update on Monday, July 13.
BayCare Health System says it will reduce the number of non-urgent surgeries it performs to free up space for severely ill COVID-19 patients.
Masks are now mandatory everywhere in Key West regardless of the ability to social distance. The only exception is inside a residence.
Whether to make masks mandatory isn't just a matter of debate in the United States, where infection rates are still climbing fast.
Through its Operation Outbreak, Sarasota Military Academy students have proven they have the tools to face COVID-19.
The city of St. Pete is taking its mask ordinance seriously, following through on a promise to fine businesses where employees are not wearing masks. But some businesses are expressing frustration as to how it’s being enforced.
Four months of being shut down is taking its toll on Florida bars. Owners, servers and bartenders are all feeling the economic pinch. Musicians who play in those bars are suffering too.
According to health officials, the squirrel is the first case of plague in The Town of Morrison, Jefferson County, which is about 17 miles southwest of Denver.
An Ohio man who shared anti-mask posts on social media contracted the virus and reportedly died three days later.
Some homeless people in Fort Lauderdale who have been living in motels for three months as a part of citywide efforts to contain the spread of the coronavirus are reportedly refusing to leave if the state cannot come up with the funding to extend the program that’s kept them off the streets.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is now warning out-of-state travelers they could face up to $2,000 in fines if they leave its airports without handing over their contact information upon arrival.
Walt Disney World has reportedly opened several designated spaces throughout its theme parks where visitors can remove required facial coverings.
Emergency planners in Hillsborough County voted Monday to extend the countywide mask order for another seven days as Florida continues to set new records for coronavirus cases.
The Pinellas County School District was supposed to kick off Phase Three of their summer conditioning and workout plan for their athletes on Monday, however, out of an abundance of caution, the district has now said they plan to stay in Phase Two.
Disney is temporarily closing Hong Kong Disneyland once more due to a rise in coronavirus cases.
The Florida Department of Health says the number of known cases of COVID-19 in the state rose by 12,624 since yesterday morning as the virus spreads and as more people are tested across the state. The total number of cases in Florida is now 282,435.