September 1st COVID-19 Update
Pensacola City Facilities, Community Centers Could Reopen in October
Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson is eyeing the beginning of October as the time to reopen city facilities like community centers that have been closed since a spike of COVID-19 cases in July.
Robinson said during his weekly press conference Monday that he will be meeting with local hospital officials on Sept. 14 to evaluate the current caseload of COVID-19 patients and use that as a decision to reopen community centers and other city facilities that have been closed for the last two months.
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Atlas Makes Florida Swing, Backing DeSantis on Schools and Sports
President Donald Trump’s newest Covid-19 adviser on Monday traveled to the swing state of Florida, where he said there is no need to test healthy people for infection and urged the state not to fear the virus, which has killed more than 182,000 people nationwide and infected more than 6 million.