Florida Moves to Ease Coronavirus Lockdown Restrictions Starting May 4

Gov. Ron DeSantis says most of Florida can begin the first phase of reopening May 4. Photo and Caption: www.clickorlando.com Florida’s statewide stay-at-home order may be expiring soon. Lockdown measures put in place in states across the country to help flatten the curve of the spread of coronavirus are starting to ease. Some businesses that

Florida Virus Expert Is Optimistic About Vaccines, Therapy to Treat COVID-19

A doctor is testing a sample of biological tubes contaminated by Covid-19 and searching for a vaccine. Photo: Morakot Kawinchan/Shutterstock.com While conducting a webinar on Wednesday, April 22, Dr. Michael Farzan at Scripps Research Institute in Jupiter detailed preliminary research that could be a step towards creating a vaccine for COVID-19. Even as thousands die

Coronavirus Makes Florida Spill Its Milk

Tankers dump milk in a field in Okeechobee, Florida, USA on Thursday, April 2, 2020. Photo: www.lakeokeechobeenews.com/Larson Dairy, Inc. Caption taken from www.heraldtribune.com. There’s no use crying over spilled milk, but here in Florida, there is a reason to lament over all the milk being spilled due to the coronavirus. No thanks to store closures,

Florida Government Pressured to Make Filing for Unemployment Claims Easier

Long lines for food distribution, unemployment forms show how fear and desperation are growing in South Florida. Photo: www.clickorlando.com Governor Ron DeSantis and other Florida government officials are feeling the heat as pressure mounts for help in making the filing of unemployment claims a lot easier than it currently is. The state’s newly unemployed continue