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The NIH issued its latest guidance on effective treatments against the more transmissible omicron variant, including an antibody treatment called Sotrovimab and other treatments such as Remdesivir. more
Lauded as heroes but often not treated as such, nurses, first responders, teachers, farmworkers, commercial drivers, and other essential workers shouldered the load to keep goods, food, health care, and education available through both the pandemic and tense political times. more
As families get together for holiday festivities, New Year’s celebrations, and other wintertime gatherings, how will omicron affect Florida? more
The funds are intended to help schools and school districts make arrangements to offset disruptions in the nation’s supply chains for food and other goods. more
As COVID-19 boosters continue to become available for more age groups,, Gov. Ron DeSantis on Thursday raised concerns. more
In 2018, toxins from red tide algae killed 288 of the record-setting 824 manatees that turned up dead. This year, as of November 19th, the number hit 1,017. more
It’s going to be difficult to know just how many students are wearing masks compared to how many are not, now that the question is truly up to the parents. more
Florida has ordered an initial supply of pediatric COVID-19 vaccines for young kids ages 5 to 11, but not every county health department has received the smaller vials yet. more
by Issac Morgan, Florida Phoenix A federal judge has ruled that a group of young offenders can sue the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice over its use of solitary confinement in its detention … more
Opinion By Craig Pittman, Florida Phoenix I grew up playing on the beaches near Pensacola — splashing in the surf, collecting shells, building sandcastles. To me, those shimmering white … more
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