At the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, bus drivers had to take on new cleaning methods and safety procedures, to make sure they remained healthy and that students were safe, but that hasn’t been all that they’ve had to worry about during the pandemic.
At last report, more than 40 thousand Floridians were eligible for the second dose but had not yet received it. Despite that, officials with the Alachua County Health Department say that it hasn’t been an issue in Alachua County.
Amid shortages of vaccines to protect against the coronavirus, Florida’s top health officer on Thursday advised counties across his state to prioritize available doses to residents, including so-called snowbirds who reside in the state part-time.
The Sheriff’s Office with the Ten-24 Foundation have made novelty patches to sell for local breast cancer and domestic violence awareness charities and the Ten-24 Foundation, which provides financial support to officers and their families.