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We will update the story throughout the day and provide the latest news in the region, as well as the latest information on the coronavirus pandemic and its impact on Sarasota manatees and throughout Florida.

Today is Monday

As of Monday, 282,435 people in Florida tested positive for COVID-19 and 4,277 people died. You can also track coronavirus cases by ZIP code in Sarasota and Manatee County.

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2:26 pm: Record COVID-19 hospitalization at Sarasota Memorial Hospital

Sarasota Memorial Hospital once again broke the record of COVID-19 patients.

11:41 am: This is the source of funding for the election in Sarasota

Herald-Tribune’s analysis of the campaign’s financial records shows that during the global health crisis, Sarasota City Council candidates performed well in courting donors.

11:21 am: 12,624 new cases of COVID-19 in Florida on Monday

The Florida Department of Health announced on Monday that there are 12,624 new cases of COVID-19 in the state, a decrease from the 15,300 records recorded on Sunday.

11:21 am: The finalists nominate Sarasota Chamber’s Berlin Small Business Award

The Greater Sarasota Chamber of Commerce has nominated the finalists for the 2020 Frank G. Berlin Advanced Small Business Award.

10:46 am: Direct COVID-19 test provided by Venice

The Florida Department of Health in Sarasota plans to schedule appointment-only COVID-19 tests at the Venice Community Center on Wednesday and Thursday from 8 am to noon.

6:44 am: Anderson: No coronavirus can be cured, only federal charges

Miracle therapy is made in a shed in the backyard, strong enough to kill, suspicious enough to question.

6:30 am: AltMed’s antivirus growth market

Two weeks ago, AltMed opened the door of Florida’s 23rd pharmacy on Lake Wood Ranch’s Interstate 75 about 1 mile away, and this year is the 11th. Its active expansion reflects the state’s rapidly growing database of medical marijuana patients.

6:30 am: Pandemic promotes widespread use of telemedicine

When news about the spread of coronavirus in the United States broke out a few months ago, Dr. Stephen Nicholas became aware of this threat. He huddled up with his colleagues and developed a plan to start providing remote medical services to certain patients. “Virtual access” has many advantages, for example, you can easily stay at home, so you can see a doctor online through Zoom or FaceTime.

6:15 am: Low-key celebration to celebrate 100-year-old Sarasota veteran

Today, Ralph Franklin will take a rare tour (to commemorate his 100th birthday) at his residence in Glenridge, Palmer Ranch. In the first wave of the Bougainville invasion of World War II, he was a member of the Marine Corps.

6:14 am Bank of America closes Southwest Florida branch due to virus problems

Worried about coronaviruses, the largest bank in Southwest Florida temporarily closed 32 local offices last week.

1:00 am: Beigang discusses the annual review of city managers

Northern Port City Manager Peter Lear has been rated as “very effective” or better in four annual assessments among five city commissioners for the second consecutive year, and they will discuss his work performance at the regular meeting on Tuesday morning.

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Yesterday’s hit story

Florida breaks COVID-19 record

Florida recorded 15,300 new coronavirus cases on Sunday, the largest daily increase since the state recorded.

In Lido, most people don’t have masks

Nearly two weeks after Sarasota passed a regulation prohibiting the use of masks outdoors where social distances may occur, swimmers on Sunday seemed to agree: there are no masks on the beach.

Sarasota-Manatee tourism will continue to shift

Compared to what Sarasota-Manatee has seen in the past, the COVID-19 pandemic has brought a different picture to the tourism industry. Travel restrictions prohibit visitors from important out-of-state markets from entering Florida unless their travel is deemed “essential.”

Venice Council discusses the advantages of masks on Tuesday

The Venice City Council will discuss the pros and cons of masking regulations in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic on Tuesday morning.

Venice farmers market reopens

The Venice Farmer’s Market opens on Venice Street, with a slightly different layout and adaptable social distance.

SEIDMAN: Pandemic increases demand for legal aid

According to national data, although 71% of low-income Americans have encountered civil legal problems in any year, 86% have received little or no legal assistance in solving this problem.

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