Patients can now schedule appointments and fill prescriptions from their homes during the coronavirus pandemic.
"We weren't ready for this at all. We didn't say goodbye. We didn't think we had to say goodbye," Helmreich's son Jeffrey said.
"You will have support in your decision making at the department and institutional level to withhold futile intubations," the email said.
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The chase was brief and ended inside Mariposa off Whippoorwill Lane in Naples.
She noticed there was glass on the ground where her car was once parked.
“To see people that actually take the time out of their day to make my child feel special really just makes me want to spread the love in our community too," Krista Rojas said.
While the man went into the business, he allegedly sprayed the doors and the surrounding area with the unknown substance.
Joe Pepe is the Florida Department of Health's Administrator for Hendry and Glades County. He said the County has been preparing for a high number of patients suffering from the coronavirus since December.
It is unclear when hand sanitizer and toilet paper will become readily available in grocery stores again.
People have been dumping their used gloves, face masks, and cleaning wipes on the ground of parking lots at stores in our area.
Charleston said the Charlotte County Sheriff’s Office and ATF were called to Hawgz and Dawgz where they told Charleston there were too many people congregating in one area.
The district said they're even prepared to keep classes online until the end of the year if need be.
According to CCPS, the Florida Commissioner of Education directed all public schools to continue to be closed through May 1.
Today Cape Coral Mayor, Joe Coviello, said he’s happy Lee County is asking people over the age of 65 to stay inside, but he’s worried this precaution isn’t enough to slow the spread of COVID-19.
Masks are really only needed for those who already have symptoms, said Robert Hawkes, the Director of the Physician Assistant Program at FGCU.
The decision by the NCAA comes after they canceled the remainder of the winter and spring sports seasons as well as the NCAA basketball tournaments, which bring in a majority of the money.
“We’re blessed to be keeping all of our employees, we have close to 2,000 employees and every single employee is working right now,” owner Alfie Oakes said.
On March 18, the city had announced the beach closures could be extended as the local government responds to the public health crisis.
The preliminary numbers are out from the study that surveyed more than 600 companies, and it shows that small businesses have been hit the hardest.
If you are a victim seeking shelter or assistance please call their 24/7 crisis hotline at 239-775-1101.
Deputies said these calls should not be coming to the Lee County Sheriff's Office because they waste resources.
While the beaches may be closed, members can still place an order for pickup at Sandbar, a restaurant located at Pelican Bay's South Beach.
The Town Council passed the declarations during a special meeting on Monday afternoon in which they discussed the town's emergency response to the coronavirus pandemic.
The church is able to stream services on TV and online so people can stay at home, but chose to encourage people to come to the church instead, the sheriff said.
N95 masks are in short supply and many physicians are being forced to wear used masks, risking infection.
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The event center, located on Florida SouthWestern State College's campus, made the announcement Monday morning "out of an abundance of caution."
A fifth-grade teacher delivered pinwheels personalized with each of her student's names and a hopeful message.
The claim that steamy weather can kill the virus is fictional as of right now.
Macy's, a retail mega-store, hasn't been spared by the effects of the outbreak.
60-percent of all COVID-19 cases in Florida are in Southeast Florida, according to Governor DeSantis.
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"Ron and I are beyond blessed to welcome our new baby girl, Mamie to the world," Casey tweeted Monday morning.
The Tokyo Olympics will be held from July 23 to Aug. 8 in 2021, according to Tokyo 2020 Organization Committee President Yoshiro Mori.
Once the helmet was complete, it was gifted to a police inspector, who loved the idea.
Lee County leaders adopted the State Surgeon General's COVID-19 resolution Monday morning.
The Backstreet Boys reunited for Elton John's iHeartRadio's Living Room Concert for America to raise money for families who need it the most.
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If the grand slam tennis event were to be canceled, it would be the first time since World War II that it wasn't held.
He reported symptoms, including fatigue, on March 17 and was taken to the hospital on March 20.
As a happy ending to a sad story, Daisy now has a forever home.
A soldier helping with the coronavirus response in South Florida has tested positive for the virus.
Two families were displaced after a kitchen fire at an apartment complex on Jasmine Circle in Naples.
Faith Lutheran Church in Lehigh Acres offered drive-up communion to members Sunday.
A Punta Gorda man died after crashing his motorcycle on Burnt Store Road and Taylor Road in Charlotte County.
A second person has tested positive for coronavirus in Hendry County.