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Commissioner Richard Corcoran's memo to superintendents lists reasons he wants districts to address mask policies for the 2021-22 school year.
The “I Got My Shot” campaign is a collaboration between Orange County government, the Health Department and other partners.
The Florida Department of Health On Wednesday said 6,772 people tested positive over the past 24 hours, along with 45 deaths related to the disease.
In order to vaccinate enough people to achieve herd immunity, USF public health expert Dr. Marissa Levine says community leaders need to engage with those hesitant to get shots.
Changes would allow N95 sales for industries other than health care and signal an end to the hospital practice of reusing the masks considered essential for worker safety.
Commissioners say they will hold a vote May 11 after hearing from residents.
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