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COVID-19 cases in NE FL continue to climb, projections from Mayo Clinic show no flattening of curve

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — COVID-19 cases in Northeast Florida continue to climb, and projections from Mayo Clinic show no flattening of the curve. “There’s a projection from the Mayo Clinic that looked at current rates of infection and projected two weeks out and the concerning part is the transmission is going to double in the Duval area,” explains Dr. Mohammad Reza.
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Letters: Gov. DeSantis is costing the Florida cruise ship industry thousands of jobs

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