Gov. DeSantis extends state of emergency in Florida for 60 more days

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has extended a state of emergency for another 60 days as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. DeSantis made the announcement in Miami, where the city is tightening up some of its reopening processes. The state of emergency was originally issued in March and then extended again in May as a response to the coronavirus.

Bars hit hard by coronavirus pandemic

As coronavirus cases continue to rise in Florida, bars remain closed. It is not yet clear if many of these establishments that were hit hard by the first shutdown can survive a second closure.

Courts and families impacted by COVID-19

Child support, visitation and custody battles have been in limbo as the court system adjusts to the coronavirus pandemic. In Florida, criminal jury trials have been pushed to late July while civil jury trials may not resume until the fall.

Governor DeSantis extends state of emergency

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has extended a state of emergency for another 60 days as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. DeSantis made the announcement in Miami, where the city is tightening up some of its reopening processes.

Johns Hopkins offering free coronavirus contact tracing course

Finding out who has COVID-19 and who they've been around is more important than ever as our nation tackles the coronavirus pandemic. Now, a course developed by the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health is available to train contact tracers on the principles of the public health strategy many consider critical for slowing the spread of COVID-19.