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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...

Rep Murphy provides latest vaccine data update for Seminole County

From the Office of Congresswoman Stephanie Murphy, FL-D, District 7 Information about COVID-19 vaccinations in Florida has sometimes been limited and, at times, confusing. For...

Can an employee object to mandatory COVID-19 vaccines on religious grounds?

By Debbie Kaminer, Professor of Law, Baruch College, CUNY The rollout of vaccines across the U.S. has finally given hope to many employers of a...

AAA: 60% of Floridians are uncomfortable traveling during the pandemic, but...

With health experts predicting widespread vaccinations by the summer, AAA Travel Advisors are seeing growing interest in bookings for the second half of the...

AdventHealth reports ‘smooth process’ for COVID-19 community vaccines

More than 7,000 vaccinations to be distributed by end of the week and nearly 37,000 doses across Central Florida From AdventHealth Several days into the first...

Seminole County receives 8,100 vaccines and prepares to dispense

From the Seminole County Newsroom Late Tuesday morning, Seminole County and Florida Department of Health in Seminole County took receipt of 8,100 Moderna vaccines. The swift...

First round of COVID-19 vaccine doses expected in Florida next week

By John Haughey | The Center Square Florida could receive up to 2 million doses of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine within days and will offer inoculations...

How COVID-19 vaccines will get from the factory to your local...

By Bahar Aliakbarian, Research associate professor of supply chain management, Michigan State University Bahar Aliakbarian is an expert in supply chain management in pharmaceuticals and...

Anti-vaxxers appear to be losing ground in the online vaccine debate

By Filippo Menczer, Indiana University, and Pik-Mai Hui, Indiana University As measles outbreaks spread across the U.S., our new look at how information about vaccine...