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Wallet Hub Study: Florida ranks 47th in COVID-19 safety

From Wallet Hub With around 45% of the population fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as of June 23, and vaccination being an essential component for full...

Millions are rejecting one of humanity’s best weapons for saving lives: Vaccines

By S. Jay Olshansky, University of Illinois at Chicago; Leonard Hayflick, University of California, San Francisco, and Ronald Hershow, University of Illinois at Chicago A...

Some Floridians still skeptical about COVID vaccines because of side effects...

By Issac Morgan and Diane Rado/Florida Phoenix While the Biden administration is pushing to vaccinate Americans, Floridians who aren’t fully vaccinated are concerned about potential...

Seminole State College announces return to campus plan for Fall 2021

From Seminole State College With input from faculty, staff, and students and guidance from federal, state, and local agencies, Seminole State College of Florida developed...

Some cruise ships are mandating vaccines for guests, despite FL and...

By Issac Morgan, Florida Phoenix As Florida seeks to dismantle safety protocols and regulations from the federal government through an ongoing court case over...

What is food insecurity?

By Caitlin Caspi, University of Connecticut Among the many striking images from the pandemic is an aerial photo showing cars in seemingly endless rows lined...

After 40% drop in 2020 visitors, Florida’s $90B tourist industry rebound...

By John Haughey/The Center Square Florida drew 79.75 million visitors during pandemic-skewered 2020, a 39.3% drop from the 131.4 million who visited the Sunshine State...

Florida is still below national averages for residents fully vaccinated, plus...

By Diane Rado/Florida Phoenix With the month of May almost over, 37.8% of Florida residents have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19, slightly lower than the...

As COVID-19 restrictions loosen, safety urged on public transportation

By Michayla Savitt/Florida News Connection The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has determined that people two weeks out from receiving their last dose of...

Homeless students slipping through the cracks during the pandemic, congressional panel...

By Ariana Figueroa/ Florida Phoenix WASHINGTON — Witnesses before a U.S. House panel advised lawmakers on how federal relief aid can help bridge educational gaps...