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Ron DeSantis: Florida to get more than 6.4 million rapid coronavirus tests
(since Sep, 2020) Starting this week, hundreds of thousands of new rapid coronavirus tests will be sent to Florida every week, Gov. Ron DeSantis said Tuesday. The tests, over 150 mil
Cost of Living in Clearwater, Florida
(since Sep, 2020) Using cost of living data from the nonprofift think tank Economic Policy Institute, 24/7 Wall St. estimated the cost of living in Clearwater and over 29,000 other cities and towns
Clearwater, FL Coronavirus Updates & News For September 30
on 30th of Sep 2020 Latest coronavirus headlines from Clearwater, Pinellas County and across Florida: Pinella County’s COVID-19 Ordinance Remains In Effect; Disney World, Disneyland To Lay Off Thousands: Report; Tampa
Florida Getting 6.4 Million Rapid COVID Tests From Feds: Gov. DeSantis
(since Sep, 2020) Florida is receiving 6.4 million rapid coronavirus tests from the federal government, Gov. Ron DeSantis announced Tuesday. DeSantis said the tests will come from the approximately 150 million that
Florida to receive millions of rapid COVID
(since Sep, 2020) Florida will receive 400,000 rapid-test kits a week that can be used to detect COVID-19 infections at schools, senior centers and long-term care facilities.
Police: Man who used stolen identity from California to buy cars in Florida caught in Kentucky
on 30th of Sep 2020 A Lexington man is accused of using other people’s identities to buy luxury cars and lease apartments in Kentucky and Florida.
Florida to receive first shipment of rapid COVID tests from White House this week
(since Sep, 2020) Florida’s governor announced Tuesday that rapid COVID tests will be available to schools as early as this weekend. The White House announced Monday the state of Florida will receive 6.4 million rapid
Florida’s seniors, students to get priority for free rapid COVID
(since Sep, 2020) A day after President Donald Trump announced a plan to disperse 150 million rapid coronavirus tests, Gov. Ron DeSantis said that seniors and students in Florida will be the main beneficiaries.