COVID-19
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Florida Department of Health in St. Johns County has expanded COVID-19 Specimen Collection Testing to include those individuals who are asymptomatic (without signs or symptoms of COVID-19) and wish to know their current status. more
St. Johns County seniors have collected more than 13,000 signatures on three online petitions to ask the school district to reconsider its plan to cancel high school graduation ceremonies. more
TALLAHASSEE - The Florida Department of Health announced the launch of a new mobile app, StrongerThanC19. The free app, available for iOS and Android devices, complements the community action survey … more
Over the last several weeks most of us have had to change or modify the way we do business on a daily basis. Unfortunately for some, that has meant temporarily shutting down your business and making difficult choices as it relates to your employees. more
When Diana Edwards closed the doors at her Lemon Twist Boutique in March, it was in response to the growing concern of COVID-19 that quickly became a business decision that created a lot of stress and concern. more
We all knew this day would come, the demise of our bull market. However, did any of us ever imagine that it would take a virus to kill the euphoria? more
Tucked into the gigantic "Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES)” Act were two key changes you should know about, regarding required minimum distributions (RMDs). more
Amid the scrutiny and devastation of COVID-19’s effect on the travel trade, one industry has kept the attention of a persistent and wary eye – cruise lines. more
Seniors, disabled adults and their caregivers can get free, live help from trained customer service specialists and information about local programs and services through ElderSource’s HelpLine. more
Mercedes-Benz USA and its Southern Region Office in Jacksonville, announced it is preparing 2,500 meals for families and children in need and enabling thousands more to be delivered through the donation of 13 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter vans for a duration of at least three months to organizations that feed Jacksonville’s most vulnerable residents. more
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