Medical Experts See Decline in Positive Pediatric Covid-19 CasesAfter the latest Covid-19 surge, Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital is finally beginning to see a decline in pediatric patients testing positive for the virus.
'We're In a Different Place': Hillsborough County Students Return From Winter BreakAs students and staff return from winter break, the Hillsborough County School District is ramping up its efforts to stop the spread of the virus inside it’s classrooms amid the most recent surge of Covid-19.
'Continuous Mass Casualty': Local Frontline Workers Share Video DiaryAs the second wave of Covid-19 cases continue to surge across Florida, frontline workers right here in Tampa Bay are sharing their stories. We’re taking you inside the Covid-19 units at Tampa General Hospital.
UCLA Researchers Discover How Immune Cells Can Be Trained To Fight VirusesUCLA Researchers Discover How Immune Cells Can Be Trained To Fight Viruses
Seven Tampa Bay Church Congregations Gathered To Support Local Medical Workers“One of the Covid patients came here and didn’t make it. They’re from our church and so I’m grieving with the family right now."
Hillsborough County Opens Free COVID-19 Testing To All ResidentsAn appointment is required. You may schedule appointments by calling 813-
Tampa Grant Fills Gaps Locally For Families And Small BusinessesApplication process will start for individuals and families on Friday, April 17th at noon, and Businesses can apply starting next Tuesday, April 21st at noon.
COVID-19 Apex Expected Near April 21 In Tampa Bay AreaCOVID-19 cases expected to peak in the coming weeks for the Tampa Bay area.
Gov. DeSantis Set Aside $50M Emergency Relief Loans For Small BusinessSmall business owners in Tampa Bay Area are finding relief in small bridge loans as a portion of the COVID-19 Stimulus.
Taco Bus Donates Meals To Tampa Bay First RespondersMore than 300 meals were donated to the Tampa Police Department.
Woman With Ebola Spread Virus One Year After Infection, Doctors SayDoctors have made a disturbing discovery about 2014's deadly Ebola outbreak in Africa. A woman who survived the virus is believed to have spread it one year after her initial infection.
The MERS Outbreak: Is The Government Doing Enough?The CDC and WHO claim they are hard at work tracking 100 people that may have come in contact with the deadly MERS virus.