Florida’s Secretary of Department of Business and Professional Regulation Halsey Beshears made the announcement on his Twitter page Thursday evening. https://twitter.com/halseybeshears/status/1304194720856408064?s=21
BREAKING: Judge lifts stay and says local school districts can make reopening decisions based upon safety considerations, not mandates from the governor.Text of the order can be found here: http://meyerandbrooks.com/documents/FEA%20v%20DeSantis/Order%20Vacating%20Automatic%20Stay.pdf
Florida added 3,269 coronavirus cases Thursday to push the statewide total to 611,991 infected. With 135 new virus fatalities reported Thursday, 10,868 Florida residents are now dead. The state Department of Health hasn’t reported...
-Indialantic The Secretary of Florida’s Department of Business and Professional Regulation, Halsey Beshears will host what’s being called “a listening and discussion session” on Friday afternoon. 
Today in a situational awareness report sent out by Sheriff Wayne Ivey, he reported that on August 6th 174 inmates were tested for Covid-19. Of those 174, 48 of them came back positive for the virus. That's...
Florida had one of the biggest days for reported resident coronavirus deaths Tuesday with 245 new fatalities to bring the state death toll to 7,402, but new positive COVID-19 cases continue to trend down as Florida nears...
Coming off its deadliest week in terms of reported coronavirus fatalities, Florida added another 73 to bring its resident death toll to 7,157. Reported positive cases of COVID-19, though, declined to under 5,000 for...
For a fourth day in a row, Florida has broken its single-day record of COVID-19 deaths, adding another 257 residents to the toll. •Brevard County: 5,420 cases, 114 deaths
Wednesday night, at a special meeting, council voted 3-2 to require face coverings at all indoor public spaces and businesses. The mask order also applies to outdoor public spaces and businesses where social distancing is not possible.
In a split decision, the Brevard County School Board voted yesterday to make face coverings in their brick and mortar school mandatory for everyone. Board members Misty Belford, Cheryl McDougall and Matt Susin voted...

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