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UF Health among the first to receive COVID-19 vaccine in Florida, administering to select medical staff this week
UF Health Jacksonville received about 20,000 COVID-19 vaccines and distributed 4,000 to UF Health Shands Hospital Monday.
UF’s COVID-19 testing capacity will be accelerated in the Spring as it becomes mandatory for thousands of students.
UF is rising in ranks, but not in the way it intends. UF surpassed 5,000 total COVID-19 cases Wednesday and now has the second highest case total of the country’s universities.
The risks of traveling home for Thanksgiving are far deadlier this year than spats with relatives over mashed potatoes and roasted turkey.
As the world anxiously waits for a COVID-19 vaccine, UF Health said it’s developing plans to provide it free of charge for students and staff.
UF’s lab students have had a taste of what’s to come next semester with more in-person classes — disconnect, distanced classrooms and COVID-19 tests.
Alachua County reports four new COVID-19 deaths and the highest number of tests recorded in one day for the county
Alachua County’s daily COVID-19 cases increased by 130 and four deaths Monday after a week of decline.
East Hall residents received an email Monday saying their time living in the dorm was up.
Warren and Patsy Nelms are both 83-year-old residents of Oak Hammock, a Gainesville retirement and assisted-living community. After more than 50 years of living together, they now live separately — Patsy in an independent home and Warren, who has dementia, in assisted care.
UF changed its COVID-19 dashboard Tuesday afternoon to display daily totals of tests and positive cases. It previously didn’t do either.
A sea of red, white and blue emitted the smell of sweat and barbecue. Pairs of cargo shorts, “Trump” socks and New Balance shoes shuffled around each other to get a better look at Vice President Mike Pence.
More than 200,000 Americans are dead and the U.S. president is in the hospital with COVID-19, but UF students partied on.
The floodgates are open with less than a week until UF’s football home opener: Bars and restaurants no longer have state-mandated capacity restrictions.
Tens of UF students spent their afternoon trying to avoid awkward, drool-mouthed eye contact with their peers.
A full-ride to UF could cost a life for recipients of the Benacquisto Scholarship.
UF’s COVID-19 dashboard altered this week; nearly 1,300 students and faculty test positive in three weeks
Nearly 1,300 UF students and faculty have tested positive for COVID-19 in less than three weeks.
Students who’ve quarantined on campus due to COVID-19 have faced numerous hardships in the semester’s first two weeks, including no transportation, non-existent security in the quarantine dorms, inconsistent testing, and sometimes, no food.
The number of people quarantined due to COVID-19 exposure at UF increased by more than 100 overnight.
Positive COVID-19 cases rose steadily at UF during the first week of classes, but Saturday saw the Fall semester’s first major spike.