What Will Be Forever Changed As a Result of COVID-19?
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by WUFT News
2y ago
Episode 45, our final episode, takes a look towards the future at what might be forever changed after this pandemic is over. Eating out at a local restaurant is looking and feeling different now that businesses are adapting to the new normal. Taylor Levesque spoke to local business owners who said there are many aspects of the restaurant industry that are forever changed because of COVID-19 (01:38). Catching a movie or seeing a play. Two such acts that could make for an enjoyable date night or just a fun night out. But thanks to COVID-19 both the big screen and stage have been all but abandone ..read more
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What Will Be Forever Changed As a Result of COVID-19?
From The Front Lines
by WUFT News
2y ago
Episode 45, our final episode, takes a look towards the future at what might be forever changed after this pandemic is over. Eating out at a local restaurant is looking and feeling different now that businesses are adapting to the new normal. Taylor Levesque spoke to local business owners who said there are many aspects of the restaurant industry that are forever changed because of COVID-19 (01:38). Catching a movie or seeing a play. Two such acts that could make for an enjoyable date night or just a fun night out. But thanks to COVID-19 both the big screen and stage have been all but abandone ..read more
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Florida Front Line Workers New And Old Deal With New Challenges Due To COVID-19
From The Front Lines
by WUFT News
2y ago
Episode 44 checks back in on essential workers to see how they are handling multiple months on the front lines. Gabriella Paul set out to discover what it’s like to be new to the front line in Florida’s hospitals and what that means for the next generation of front line workers in the nation's hot spot for coronavirus (01:28). Kristin Moorehead asks Physician’s Assistant for Florida Women’s Health in Ocala Michelle Shinham about what it’s like to work in the field of obstetrics during COVID-19 (06:22). COVID-19 doesn't seem to impact children's health the same way as other at risk groups but t ..read more
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Florida Front Line Workers New And Old Deal With New Challenges Due To COVID-19
From The Front Lines
by WUFT News
2y ago
Episode 44 checks back in on essential workers to see how they are handling multiple months on the front lines. Gabriella Paul set out to discover what it’s like to be new to the front line in Florida’s hospitals and what that means for the next generation of front line workers in the nation's hot spot for coronavirus (01:28). Kristin Moorehead asks Physician’s Assistant for Florida Women’s Health in Ocala Michelle Shinham about what it’s like to work in the field of obstetrics during COVID-19 (06:22). COVID-19 doesn't seem to impact children's health the same way as other at risk groups but t ..read more
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Florida Parent And Teachers Ask If It's Safe To Go Back To School As COVID-19 Cases Rise
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by WUFT News
2y ago
Episode 43 focuses on how teachers and parents feel about school reopening plans for next month as COVID-19 cases rise in the state. Kristin Moorehead talks with Florida Education Association Vice President about the teacher's union lawsuit against the state's mandate to return to brick and mortar school instruction in the fall (01:46). Josh Williams interviews Dr. Chris Curran, one of the Co-Directors at UF's Education Policy Research Center, about what districts are doing to keep students safe. (07:19) Camron Lunn spoke with two teachers about how they feel about about the safety of returnin ..read more
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Florida Parent And Teachers Ask If It's Safe To Go Back To School As COVID-19 Cases Rise
From The Front Lines
by WUFT News
2y ago
Episode 43 focuses on how teachers and parents feel about school reopening plans for next month as COVID-19 cases rise in the state. Kristin Moorehead talks with Florida Education Association Vice President about the teacher's union lawsuit against the state's mandate to return to brick and mortar school instruction in the fall (01:46). Josh Williams interviews Dr. Chris Curran, one of the Co-Directors at UF's Education Policy Research Center, about what districts are doing to keep students safe. (07:19) Camron Lunn spoke with two teachers about how they feel about about the safety of returnin ..read more
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Colleges And Universities Plan To Reopen In Fall, But Will Students Come Back
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by WUFT News
2y ago
Episode 42 focuses on colleges and universities in Florida and their plans for students to return to campus in the fall. A number of state colleges and universities have unveiled plans to bring students back to campus in the fall including the University of Florida. Gabriella Paul spoke with Luis Toledo, a data and policy analyst researching campus responses to COVID-19 through the College Crisis Initiative at Davidson College, about the viability of UF's reopening plan (01:26). With colleges and universities unveiling their reopening plans we know how administrators feel about returning to ca ..read more
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Colleges And Universities Plan To Reopen In Fall, But Will Students Come Back
From The Front Lines
by WUFT News
2y ago
Episode 42 focuses on colleges and universities in Florida and their plans for students to return to campus in the fall. A number of state colleges and universities have unveiled plans to bring students back to campus in the fall including the University of Florida. Gabriella Paul spoke with Luis Toledo, a data and policy analyst researching campus responses to COVID-19 through the College Crisis Initiative at Davidson College, about the viability of UF's reopening plan (01:26). With colleges and universities unveiling their reopening plans we know how administrators feel about returning to ca ..read more
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Sports Are Back, But Is Florida Ready With COVID-19 On The Rise?
From The Front Lines
by WUFT News
2y ago
Episode 41 looks at the sports, while not the most important thing during a pandemic, they sports serve many functions in Florida. They provide recreation, distraction, employ thousands and impact local economies. One pro sports league made its comeback this week. Camron Lunn has more on Major League Soccer's MLS is Back Tournament in Orlando (01:38). The news isn't all good for some sports. While Major League Baseball will attempt to come back this month, Minor League Baseball had to cancel its season. Taylor Levesque spoke to players who told her the decision was upsetting (06:08). While the ..read more
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Sports Are Back, But Is Florida Ready With COVID-19 On The Rise?
From The Front Lines
by WUFT News
2y ago
Episode 41 looks at the sports, while not the most important thing during a pandemic, they sports serve many functions in Florida. They provide recreation, distraction, employ thousands and impact local economies. One pro sports league made its comeback this week. Camron Lunn has more on Major League Soccer's MLS is Back Tournament in Orlando (01:38). The news isn't all good for some sports. While Major League Baseball will attempt to come back this month, Minor League Baseball had to cancel its season. Taylor Levesque spoke to players who told her the decision was upsetting (06:08). While the ..read more
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