The order, issued late Friday afternoon, allows physicians to vaccinate people who are deemed “extremely vulnerable” to the disease.
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Panama City Beach is limiting the number of people who may gather together on the sand during spring break. It's the only pandemic-related restriction in place at the start of the busy month for tourism.
The staff that operates the Edward Waters College community site said its online program allowed people to sign up without adequately prescreening for age.
Dr. Jason Goldman, an American College of Physicians liaison to the CDC advisory committee on immunization practices, talks about the state's vaccine priorities on the "Florida Roundup."
On Friday, the system began accepting appointments for this group, but available slots quickly filled up with no timeframe for when reservations will reopen.
As the 60-day session begins Tuesday, social distancing and other safety rules will continue to be in place at the Capitol.
The number of hospitalizations in the state from COVID-19 continued to decline to 3,679.
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