Governor DeSantis to sign executive order for Floridians to stay-at-home
In a press conference Wednesday afternoon, Governor DeSantis announced he will be issuing an executive order to “stay-at-home.”
The order goes into effect Thursday at midnight and will last 30 days.
All non-essential businesses will be ordered to cease. He said he would be releasing a list of all essential businesses allowed to stay open. Businesses may be added to the list if they are deemed “essential”.
There are currently 30 other states that have issued a “stay-at-home” order.
Learning from History
By Jeffry Boatright
If we have learned nothing else from the Coronavirus pandemic at this point, we have discovered that it has been accompanied by misconceptions and misinformation. We hear untruths and exaggerations from those who cultivate fear, but we are bombarded with propaganda and hearsay from those who minimize the threat. Most of us simply want to know the facts.
All bars and nightclubs closed by Governor’s Executive Order, restaurants and beaches limited
Governor’s Press Office
Tallahassee, Fla. – Yesterday, Governor Ron DeSantis issued an Executive Order that will reduce density and crowds in restaurants, bars, nightclubs and beaches to mitigate the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19).
Can’t find sanitizer? Make it yourself
Sanitizing tips and recipes for family and home
By Tami Stevenson
The chances of going to the grocery store with a list and coming home with everything on it is iffy right now, to say the least. In an effort to stop the spread of the highly contagious coronavirus (COVID-19), people are stock-piling food, toilet paper and everything else on the store shelves, it seems. Things like hand sanitizers, sanitizing wipes, disinfectant sprays, bleach, alcohol and other common cleaners are nearly impossible to find.
Historic Blanche Hotel open for business
Officials, family and friends gathered at the top of the staircase as Mayor Stephen Witt, center left, along with IDP Properties president Rhett Holmes, of Valdosta, cut the ribbon during the grand opening of the newly-renovated Blanche Hotel in Lake City last week. -Photo Submitted by Dennille Decker
Shands Live Oak Hospital
and Shands Starke SOLD
Will become emergency only facilities by April, 2020
According to a press release today, February 27, 2020, affiliates of Community Health Systems, Inc. (CHS) will cease inpatient operations and facilities will be acquired by hospitals affiliated with HCA Healthcare’s North Florida Division and operated as off-campus emergency departments
42nd Annual Olustee Festival - A Civil War remembrance
Officials gathered as the Blue-Grey Army’s Major General Dr. Tony Buzzella and Brigadier General Jeanie Wilks began the opening ceremonies at their new venue in Wilson Park with beautiful Lake DeSoto as the backdrop. -SVT Photo by Tami Stevenson
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