UF Health is one of the "Pfizer Five" hospitals in Florida to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. UF Health Jacksonville received about 20,000 vaccines Monday and delivered 4,000 to UF Health in Gainesville. UF will vaccinate its frontline medical staff in Gainesville starting Wednesday.
The university’s case total is quickly approaching Clemson’s, the current highest according to The New York Times
US reports over 1.1 million COVID-19 cases this week, Florida reports over 55,000
Several vaccine developers are reporting over 90% efficacy in clinical trials and rollout could start in December
Students are either isolated at home or distanced from peers in labs — COVID-19 tests are encouraged, but not mandatory
Alachua County reports four new COVID-19 deaths and the highest number of tests recorded in one day for the countyBy Thomas Weber | Nov. 10
The county’s daily report recorded the highest number of deaths since September and the highest number of tests ever
To increase Spring on-campus quarantine capacity, UF is closing East Hall at the end of the Fall semester, forcing residents to move elsewhere
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.
There have been three days without updates to UF’s dashboard this month, but the new dashboard displays daily testing and case totals
Patsy Nelms, an 83-year-old resident of Oak Hammock, is seen on Sunday, Oct. 11, 2020. Patsy and Warren opted to live in a house surrounded by a lush garden where purple flowers dangle from trees and hummingbirds whiz about.
Patsy Nelms, an 83-year-old resident of Oak Hammock, is seen using her iPad on her back porch Sunday, Oct. 11, 2020. Patsy occasionally invites friends to sit on her porch and share her homemade, frosty peppermint ice cream — a Patsy Nelms staple, which she offers within minutes of entering her home.