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Testing site moves to walk-up only

This week, the Nomi Health COVID-19 testing site was relocated from City Hall back to Edwards Field and was changed to walk-up service.

Group promotes vaccine

Representatives from a national coalition group and Apopka-based group stir up more community-wide interest in getting the COVID-19 vaccine. Read more in this week’s...

COVID-19 site in Apopka testing more than 400 per day

As of the afternoon of Tuesday, August 31, an average of more than 400 tests per day are being administered at the Edwards Field...

AdventHealth will allow additional deferred surgical procedures to move forward

Effective Wednesday, September 1, facilities in AdventHealth’s Central Florida division will transition to “Red Status,” which will allow for additional deferred surgical procedures to...

COVID-19 update from Orange County: key takeaways from August 30 news...

Here are the key takeaways from Orange County’s Monday, August 30, news conference on COVID-19. The next briefing will be held on Thursday, September...

#IGotMyShot COVID-19 mobile vaccination trailer to visit two Two Apopka sites

Kelly Park and Hope CommUnity Center, both in Apopka, will be two of several of Orange County's #IGotMyShot mobile vaccination trailer sites this week.  The...

AdventHealth has about 1,000 COVID-19 in-patients across Central Florida, surpassing its...

As of Thursday, July 29, AdventHealth has about 1000 COVID-19 in-patients across the Central Florida Division, meaning this surpasses the peak of about 900...

COVID-19 vaccinations will be offered at John H. Bridges Community Center

COVID-19 vaccinations will be offered once again at the John H. Bridges Community Center on Thursday, June 17, 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Walk-up participation will...

AdventHealth launches its first COVID-19 vaccination site

Calling it a “monumental” day for Central Florida, AdventHealth opened its first COVID-19 vaccination site this week. Since administering its first doses last month,...

Executive order: Orange County businesses non-compliant with COVID-19 safety guidelines will...

Orange County issued an executive order that will allow fining businesses $500-$15,000 for not complying with COVID-19 health and safety guidelines. The executive order...
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