Despite threats from state, Hillsborough and other Florida districts aren't backing down over masks
The districts targeted for potential penalties are Alachua, Brevard, Broward, Duval, Hillsborough, Indian River, Leon, Miami-Dade, Orange, Palm Beach and Sarasota counties.
By Ryan Dailey and Ana Ceballos, News Service of Florida
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Florida university students who defy COVID-19 safety measures are being met with arrests and suspensions
At the University of Central Florida in Orlando, 188 students and 13 employees have tested positive for the virus this month.
By Ana Ceballos, News Service of Florida
Over 700 coronavirus cases linked to Florida schools reopening
In the past two weeks, 205 students and 342 employees at elementary, middle and high schools tested positive for the virus.
Florida is one of the hardest hit by COVID-19, but many universities are still reopening this fall
As classes in Florida begin to resume on Monday, at least two state universities already have reported COVID-19 cases among students.
Florida education officials offer a 'decision tree' on how to handle coronavirus outbreaks
“Minimize disruption by isolating only those individuals,” the plan says.
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