Businesses are struggling to survive during this pandemic. One catering company is rethinking its business model to keep orders coming.
In the two weeks since President Donald Trump touted the drug chloroquine as a possible treatment for coronavirus, pharmacies have been trying to get their hands on it.
Thousands say they are having difficulty accessing the state's unemployment benefits lines.
Governor Ron DeSantis has signed an executive order that will limit people to only essential errands outside their home in an effort to help stop the spread of coronavirus.
Dr. David Kuhn of Trinity Clinic in Ocala is opening his practice to the public by posting daily videos to the clinic’s Facebook page.
The "stay-at-home" order will begin at 12:01 a.m. on April 3rd, the executive order signed states. It will last until April 30th and limits people to only essential errands outside of home.
Authorities say gloves strewn across grocery store parking lots could be another contact point for coronavirus.
“Since taking the unprecedented steps of closing our theme parks and stores and suspending our cruises, we have continued to focus on ways we can make a difference during this time,” Disney said in a press release.
Seminole County is asking residents to report violations of stay-at-home order.
Medical professionals are working long hours away from families due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Some assistance programs have been offered to help many unemployed address rent and other bills; however, it remains unclear who will qualify and receive assistance.
While several counties across the state have enacted their own stay-at-home orders, Gov. Ron DeSantis on Wednesday announced a statewide order that will go into effect at 12:01 a.m. on Friday.
The curfew will last through Wednesday, April 8.
Many are debating whether it is effective to wear a mask when in public. The Centers for Disease Control says if you are coughing or sneezing, you should wear a mask. Now, officials are taking a closer look if wearing a mask could offer added protection from COVID-19.
The peak of COVID-19 in Florida is projected to be around May 3, at which time the average number of deaths per day in the state will stand at 136. That means hospitals are just a month away from reaching capacity.
Members of Marion County Fire Rescue who are specially trained to remove COVID-19 patients from homes have been running drills.
An Orlando-area non-profit Limbitless Solutions, which design prosthetic devices for children is shifting its focus to producing face shields.
Passengers stuck on a Holland America cruise ship for weeks are pleading with Florida's governor to allow the ship to dock.
“We applaud Duke for its actions to help customers facing financial hardships during this public health emergency,” commission Chairman Gary Clark said in a prepared statement after the approval.
One week after doing a story about a man making face shields, another man has stepped up to help and he has even more 3-D printers.