In the middle of the night, Stefania Silvestri lies in bed remembering her elderly patients’ cries. “Help me.” “Please don’t leave me.” “I need my family.” Months of caring for older adults in a Rhode […]
TAMPA, Fla., Nov. 18, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Tampa General Hospital provided the first monoclonal antibody treatment to a COVID-19 positive patient today. The monoclonal antibody bamlanivimab from Eli Lilly is a first in class treatment […]
After pandemic cutbacks, some survive and even thrive by turning their skills into businesses, from porch-front hair styling to mobile knife sharpening. “This pandemic has helped me blossom.”
The number of dead in the U.S. is equivalent to a 9/11 attack every day for 67 days.
President Trump mocked Democratic nominee Joe Biden’s appearance and use of a face mask on Tuesday as the first presidential debate draws nearer. “He feels good about the mask, and that’s OK. Whatever…
In the first two weeks of the fall semester at Osceola County Public Schools, more than 450 people who came into contact with a person positive with COVID-19 were asked to quarantine by the Florida […]
The Orange County teachers union declared a win Monday after a Ninth Judicial Circuit judge ordered the school district to begin disclosing coronavirus cases and locations within Orange County Public Schools worksites. The Orange County […]