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COVID-19 Isolation in Pasco County: 'There's A Lot Of People Out, It's Like Business As Usual'Pasco County, FL - Some Tampa Bay residents still not heeding Governor Ron DeSantis' Executive Order. More than 70 Pasco County residents have tested positive for COVID-19. With the number still anticipated to rise, one Pasco resident, Tina Bonet pleads with community to follow COVID-19 safety guidelines. She believes a delay in early and consistent messaging from Florida officials may be the cause of many in the community ignoring the best safety practices set forth by local and state leadership. Bonet's daughter, currently working in the restaurant industry is still at risk. "They did the...to-gos only...you can still get [COVID-19]. You have to stay super-clean there, otherwise you're bringing it home to your kids. It's very very frustrating." Tina continues to plea with the community to adhere to state and local safety precautions. "I noticed yesterday, there's a lot of people out, it's like business as usual. We have to follow what happening or we're just going to be inside longer. It's sad. Very very sad."
CW44 News - 4.3.2020 - DeSantis Stay at Home OrderPinellas County, FL - Pinellas County, FL – Florida Governor, Ron DeSantis recently signed Safer At Home Executive Order, providing a statewide architecture for counties to build upon. Many Florida officials find themselves confused how previous local orders will dovetail with the Governor’s, particularly how the language negates previous restrictions on religious gatherings. Pinellas County Sheriff Bob Gualtieri details how Pinellas County will expand on the Governor’s orders.
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Gov. DeSantis Causes Confusion In Tampa Bay With Stay-At-Home OrderPinellas County, FL - County officials react with confusion to murky wording used in Governor Ron DeSantis Executive Order. Some Tampa Bay residents continue to ignore safety guidelines.
COVID-19 Is Forcing Some Tampa Restaurants To Suspend ServiceTampa, FL - Some Tampa Bay restaurants are being forced to close their doors due to COVID-19. Jeannie Pierola, chef/owner of Tampa restaurants Counter Culture, Edison Food + Drink Lab and Edison's Swigamajig was forced to temporarily suspend service from all three. She's come up with a few ideas of how to support industry workers safely.
Hillsborough County Continues To Plea For Medical Supply DonationsCW44 News at 10 - 3.31.20 - Hillsborough County continues to plea for medical supply donations as COVIID-19 cases increase. ONLY the following items are being requested at this time: IMPERVIOUS GOWNS FACE SHIELDS SURGICAL MASKS N95 MASKS TYVEK SUITS EXAM GLOVES The equipment must be: MEDICAL GRADE PERSONAL PROTECTION EQUIPMENT NEW IN THE BOX OR UNUSED ALL SIZES ARE NEEDED
Hillsborough COVID-19 Testing Site Shares Tips For Getting TestedTampa, FL - Hillsborough COVID-19 Raymond James Stadium testing site provides update on round two of testing and shares tips for getting tested. Please remember this site is by appointment only, which is scheduled through Hillsborough County's website. Among other tips, keep your scheduled appointment and limit your passengers.
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Pasco County Officials Call On Regional Partners During COVID-19Pasco County called on other Florida County officials to form regional recovery plan once the Safer-At-Home order is lifted.
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Hillsborough Reopens Appointment-Only COVID-19 Testing At Raymond James StadiumCW44 News at 10 - 3.30.20 - Hillsborough County has received more COVID-19 testing supplies. Supplies are projected to last through Friday, April 3, 2020. This is an appointment-only testing site which may be scheduled online.
Pinellas Park Volunteers Provide Hundreds Of Meals For ChildrenCW44 News at 10 - 3.30.20 - Andrea Alvarez speaks with Pinellas Park organizers about their sustained effort of feeding local children through the Safer-At-Home effort. Many thanks to all organizers and Feeding Tampa Bay. This will be a weekly effort until further notice. For more information of local pickup points and times, visit BGCSun.org
CW44 News - Tampa Native: COVID-19 Derailed Our Peru MissionTampa native, Daniel Lopez recounts how he was nearly stranded in Peru on mission due to COVID-19.
CW44 News - Edward Reyes - Personal Injury LawyerCW44's, Andrea Alvarez speaks with Tampa Bay Personal Injury Lawyer, Edward Reyes about his push for a safer and more pedestrian friendly Tampa.
Safer At Home Order Issued For Tampa BayCW44 News - 3.26.2020 - Tampa Bay leaders unanimously agree to a Safer-At-Home order for the metro area.
Tampa Startup Cope Notes Offering Connections During COVID-19 IsolationCW44 News - 3.26.2020 - Andrea Alvarez speaks with founder of Tampa startup, Cope Notes.
COVID-19 Forces Change In Plans For Florida VotingCW44’S Reporter, Price McKeon breaks down what voters need to know in Pinellas County amid COVID-19 changes.
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