The latest numbers released by the
As of Saturday evening, the department reported 763 total cases in
According to a new dashboard the department released, with updated county-by-county numbers, here's a look at cases in
Clay: 6 | Read more
Here's a look at some of the other developments over the last 24 hours.
Drive-through testing begins outside TIAA Bank Field
Free drive-through federally sponsored screening for the coronavirus got off to a steady start Saturday morning at Lot J of TIAA Bank Field, home of the
Two dozen cars were lined up at
New Jacksonville testing site starts 'smoothly,'
"I was able to talk with the sheriff in
Dozens line up for
Dozens lined up outside of
Senior living home up to seven virus cases
Two more Camellia at Deerwood residents have tested positive for the coronavirus, a note to families said.
On Saturday, the assisted living center on the Southside alerted family members that more of its residents had the virus. | Read more
Coronavirus: Stuck at sea after cruise ship denied entry in
His wife, Ann, says they tell him they've heard his tales about boot camp and the
"They say, 'You need to get some new material,'" she said, adding with a laugh: "I don't think this is what he had in mind."
Her 83-year-old husband has a new story, one that's still unfolding. | Read more
The county department of health announced its case late Friday evening, several hours after the release of the twice-daily lists that come from the
Map of coronavirus cases and deaths in the
Readers across the
'Like the first day of school all over again': District launches online classes
Though the school year is more than three-quarters of the way through, teachers say Monday feels like it's
For many teachers, it is their first time relying on technology to teach so heavily. | Read more
Drinking from home: Where to get booze in Jacksonville
Who's serving alcohol to-go in Jacksonville? We've got a list.
During hurricanes, alcohol sales are usually restricted. But during the coronavirus pandemic, sales are fine -- as long as you're drinking at home. | Read more
Many restaurants remain open for take-out, delivery
Looking to support local businesses staying open during the coronavirus pandemic? Want a meal or a drink to take home?
Many restaurants in the
Hey, where did all the people go?
Animals at the
"Walking through the zoo yesterday, it was a different experience,"
Pet Paradise offers support services for pets of health care workers
Pet Paradise beginning Monday is offering a 50 percent discount on boarding and day camp for the pets of health care workers during the coronavirus crisis.
A second private golf course on the
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Churches shift to online services amid pandemic
As churches across
Virtual church services will be streaming across much of the area, giving members an opportunity to participate in worship remotely while retaining social distancing during the fast-spreading disease. | Read more
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Updated closings, cancellations in
Tables that are usually met by diners, plates and coffee mugs were instead stacked with rolls of toilet paper and pallets of orange juice. | Read more
Coronavirus not stopping Jacksonville road projects
COVID-19 hasn't slowed down road construction projects, but state and local agencies are exercising caution to protect workers as we update what's happening where.
The future of the
But even as city and state road officials work with coronavirus restrictions to keep workers and the community safer, the project to get rid of those ramps and move traffic flow to ground level has begun. | Read more
Medical opinions mixed on playing golf
In these days of social distancing and avoiding large groups of people, many golfers share the belief that our game is low risk in terms of contracting or spreading COVID-19.
Courses across the country have implemented new protocols with the objective of keeping players and workers safe during the coronavirus pandemic. | Read more
JU golf parent wants to organize tournament for
Berman, a media consultant and the father of
Tracking the spread of coronavirus cases in the US and worldwide
Coronavirus is spreading in the
Worried about the coronavirus (COVID-19)? Here is what you should be aware of, from symptoms to best practices for avoiding the disease, including what you should do if you suspect you have contracted coronavirus, according to the
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