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Natu Tweh

  • Florida lives in a constant cycle of adapting and developing ways to mitigate damage after devastating hurricanes. Is this pattern sustainable for the future — and is Hurricane Ian the beginning of a new start for Florida?
  • On the South Florida Roundup, we spoke about Florida's balancing act between building in vulnerable areas and protecting established developments. Will South Florida and the rest of the state see a shift in the wake of Ian?
  • On this week's episode of the South Florida Roundup, we looked at Hurricane Ian through a South Florida lens. How are we helping those in Southwest Florida and how were the Florida Keys damaged by Ian?
  • State health officials reported 10,105 new COVID-19 cases Sunday, marking the largest single-day increase in reported infections since July 25. There have now been 885,201 reported cases of the virus in Florida since the start of the pandemic.The Florida Department of Health also reported 30 new coronavirus-related deaths, Nov. 15, increasing the statewide death toll to 17,734 fatalities.
  • During a normal year, Joe DiMaggio Children's Hospital diagnoses around 16% of children that have diabetes with Type 2 diabetes. Between March and October, they've already diagnosed close to 40% of patients with Type 2 diabetes.
  • State health officials reported 2,722 new COVID-19 cases, Tuesday, bringing Florida's total to 738,749 cases. The Florida Department of Health also reported 119 new coronavirus-related deaths, Oct. 13, increasing the statewide death toll to 15,722 fatalities.Of the 5,600,616 COVID-19 tests that have been performed in Florida so far, the overall positivity rate fell slightly to 13.19% and the latest single day positivity rate increased slightly to 4.96%.