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Florida Business News
As coronavirus spreads, businesses of all kinds are looking for new ways to serve customers from afar. Among the examples emerging so far are take-home kits and video conferencing.
Gov. Ron DeSantis drew heightened pressure Monday to improve the state’s already challenging unemployment compensation system that has been overwhelmed by thousands of suddenly jobless Floridians.
Florida’s online voter registration system began experiencing “intermittent issues” Sunday that could have kept some residents from registering to vote online.
Florida’s largest utility plans to give its residential customers a 25% one-time rate cut to help ease financial burdens stemming from the coronavirus crisis.
The Florida peach season kicked off a few weeks ago and the harvest is going strong. The Florida peaches are the first domestic peaches available in the U.S. each year.
Florida Trend Video Pick
Toilet paper is just one of the items that has flown off shelves amid the coronavirus pandemic, so Trinity Church in Deltona gave away more than 2,000 rolls.
Do you believe Florida should implement a mandatory stay-at-home/shelter-in-place order to prevent the spread of the coronavirus?
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