Coronavirus

One Rabbi Helps Jews Hold Passover Seder In Isolation Amidst COVID-19

Episode 13 features Director of the Lubavitch Chabad Jewish Community Center, Rabbi Berl Goldman. He spoke about what he is doing to make sure hundreds of Seder dinners are available in Gainesville to help Jews celebrate Passover in isolation. This podcast serves to provide updates on Florida's response to coronavirus, with a particular focus on north central Florida.

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How The University of Florida Is Responding To The COVID-19 Pandemic

Episode 12 features University of Florida Spokesperson Steve Orlando who gives an update on the status of the university during the COVID-19 pandemic and what is being done for students who couldn't return home. This podcast serves to provide updates on Florida's response to coronavirus, with a particular focus on north-central Florida. This podcast serves to provide updates on Florida's response to coronavirus, with a particular focus on north central Florida.

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Alachua County Jail Take Precautions For COVID-19

Episode 11 features Alachua County Sheriff's Office Public Information Officer Frank Kinsey. Kinsey spoke about how all inmates at the county jail are fully aware of the COVID-19 outbreak and the jail is following all necessary protocols to protect both guards and inmates. This podcast serves to provide updates on Florida's response to coronavirus, with a particular focus on north central Florida.

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The Point, April 5, 2020: Coronavirus: Florida’s Cases By ZIP Code, Another Sharp Rise In Cases, And Fear About The Villages

Subscribe to The Point, arriving in your inbox Monday through Friday at 8 a.m. The top stories near you • Tampa Bay Times: In the Villages, America’s biggest retirement oasis, the dangers of coronavirus stack up. “If the coronavirus rips through the community, experts say the Villages’ huge population of highly …

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As Drought Adds To COVID-19 Woes, A Reminder To Conserve Water During Florida’s Dry Season

Alachua County had only 0.99 inches of rain in March, according to Fay Baird, the senior hydrologist of the Suwannee River Water Management District. This is less than 25% of what was expected for March, making it one of the driest Marches on record since 1932.

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