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An overview of the features and articles in this month's issue of Florida Trend.
Florida Business News
State revenue was off $878.1 million in April from an earlier estimate as tourism and hospitality-related industries, along with car sales, were grounded by the coronavirus, according to economists.
Florida’s Cabinet met only one time so far this year, on Feb. 4, before the coronavirus was widely recognized as an emergency situation.
After weeks of anger and frustration trying to get unemployment benefits, some Floridians are now getting just as frustrated trying to stop getting them.
Limiting patrons is one of the many changes gym-goers will see when they return to facilities for the first time since the two-month COVID-19 closure.
The two tourism giants presented reopening plans to Orange County’s Economic Recovery Task Force, a panel of business and community leaders appointed by Mayor Jerry Demings.
Florida Trend Video Pick
Feeding Tampa Bay opened the new drive-through food bank — dubbed a mega-pantry — in Manatee County in response to an all-time high demand for meals and groceries from local food banks.
Do you think Florida businesses are reopening too soon during the COVID-19 crisis?
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