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COVID-19 deaths at Florida’s long-term care facilities down 70%

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Over the last year, more than 10,000 residents and staff members of Florida long-term care facilities died from complications of COVID-19.

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COVID-19 deaths at Florida’s long-term care facilities down 70%

UF expert: COVID-19 may become endemic

Gainesville, FL — We have been living with COVID-19 for nearly a year, but now researchers are saying we may always be living with it.Health officials are saying this pandemic could become endemic.

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UF expert: COVID-19 may become endemic

Beautiful Sicilian town becomes the latest in Italy to auction off abandoned houses for $1 each in a bid to reverse depopulation

A beautiful town in Sicily has become the latest in a growing trend in Italy to see its abandoned homes auctioned off for €1 ($1.18) each to reverse the trend of depopulation. Picturesque Salemi will sell off some of its dilapidated properties for a pittance in a bid to bring people back to the town. It has seen its population shrink considerably over the last 50 years, after at least 4,000 residents fled following the 1968 earthquake in Sicily's Belice Valley. Houses will go up on sale at a starting price

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Beautiful Sicilian town becomes the latest in Italy to auction off abandoned houses for $1 each in a bid to reverse depopulation

This Italian town is auctioning off abandoned houses for $1 each

Refinance rates at 1.98% APR (15yr). Calculate your rate now 150W White UFO LED High Bay Light - 19500 Lumens - 400W MH Equivalent - 5000K, Cool White W/ White Finish-$109.95 A beautiful town in Sicily has become the latest in a growing trend in Italy to see its abandoned homes auctioned off for €1 ($1.18) each to reverse the trend of depopulation. Picturesque Salemi will sell off some of its dilapidated properties for a pittance in a bid to bring people back to the town. It has seen its population shrink

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This Italian town is auctioning off abandoned houses for $1 each

Carol Bucco, 82, Loved Highlands and her Family

Details Written by Muriel J Smith Category: News At the funeral mass for Carol Bucco Saturday, Monsignor Salemi brought the very sad crowd in attendance at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church to laughter when he said Carol died kicking and screaming, referring to the way she faced life and corrected wrongs. He also said, bringing more relaxation to a crowd obviously in serious mourning, that on a church trip to Europe a few years ago, he had a conversation with Carol: “She did all the talking, I did all

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Carol Bucco, 82, Loved Highlands and her Family

Yet another Sicilian town is selling houses for €1

Photograph: Shutterstock We’re not normally ones to question a good thing, but could it be that there are too many incredibly beautiful Sicilian hilltop towns selling houses for €1? Following €1 houses going on sale in the towns of Salemi and Troina, now Sambuca di Sicilia is preparing to put some dilapidated properties on the market for less than the price of a cannolo. Fifteen new houses in the ancient hilltop town will hit the market soon, according to the Daily Telegraph. In fact, this is the third

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Yet another Sicilian town is selling houses for €1

Students return to schools as Florida pediatric cases hit new peak

TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – Coronavirus cases for the under 18 age group in Florida are hitting a new peak during the pandemic as students return to school after winter break, a University of South Florida epidemiologist tells 8 On Your Side. “Just like every other age group we are seeing increases,” Dr. Jason Salemi said. “We are beyond even where we were during the summer surge in terms of the number of daily cases each day with the pediatric population.” Salemi said the state is averaging about 1,500 new

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Students return to schools as Florida pediatric cases hit new peak

Looking for work? Gig jobs may pay off more in the long run

If you're having trouble finding full-time work, a side hustle or gig job may actually pay off more in the long run. “It can be a great plan B for people who perhaps are looking for a full-time job and they want to supplement their income or say this is a way to get your foot in the door,” said Vicki Salemi, a career expert at the career website Monster. Monster found now is a great time to look into temporary or freelance positions. Some may even offer part-time benefits. And if you take the position seriously,

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Looking for work? Gig jobs may pay off more in the long run

A 2-page resume isn't just OK, it may even be better—here's why

How to write a great two-page resume: Use examples and get specific "Two-page resumes are the new norm," says Vicki Salemi, career expert at Monster. "If your resume encompasses two pages, don't overthink it — focus on the content on those two pages to make your skills and experiences shine." The extra space allows you to be more specific and expand your experience with concrete examples — something recruiters want to see more of, Salemi says. "It's important to get quantifiable when you can. If you manage

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A 2-page resume isn't just OK, it may even be better—here's why

5 Ways to Level Up Your Career Before the End of the Year

Getty Images The holiday season may feel a little slower this year, which could provide extra time to reflect on the past 12 months of your professional life and tackle some to-dos in your career. CNBC Make It spoke with Monster career expert Vicki Salemi for her top list of things you can do now to reset, create new intentions and prepare for a smooth return to work in 2021, wherever that may be. Clean your workspace As you might use the end of the year to straighten up your desk in an office, Salemi says to

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5 Ways to Level Up Your Career Before the End of the Year

How COVID-19 mutations affect transmission, vaccine effectiveness

Researchers in Great Britain this week identified a coronavirus mutation responsible for a new outbreak there. GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Researchers in Great Britain this week identified a coronavirus mutation responsible for a new outbreak there. You may be wondering if genetic mutations with COVID-19 make it easier to catch or more deadly? And what do they mean for the vaccines? A professor of pathology at the University of Florida says determining how effective the vaccines will be and for how long is like flipping

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How COVID-19 mutations affect transmission, vaccine effectiveness

Florida coronavirus cases again spiking with no end apparent

People wait in line to be tested for COVID-19, Tuesday, Dec. 1, 2020, in Miami Beach, Fla. (AP Photo/Marta Lavandier FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) — Florida's coronavirus cases, hospitalizations and deaths have climbed dramatically over the last two months and some epidemiologists fear those numbers could soon hit or exceed levels reached in the summer when the pandemic was at its peak. After a dramatic three-month decline that began in July, Florida's confirmed cases began rising again in October, two weeks

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Florida coronavirus cases again spiking with no end apparent

Florida COVID Numbers Expert Says 1 Million Not Just a Number

Photo by Paul Hennessy/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images Few experts have analyzed and visualized the numbers behind Florida’s fight with the coronavirus than University of South Florida epidemiologist Dr. Jason Salemi. His website (covid19florida.mystrikingly.com) is rich in accurate data and tools to help amateur or expert alike analyze slices. So while reaching the inevitable 1 million cases in the state presents an opportunity to reflect on a milestone, Salemi said we should think about the people

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Florida COVID Numbers Expert Says 1 Million Not Just a Number

What’s the risk? USF prof creates calculator for Thanksgiving COVID exposure

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has just increased its guidance against traveling next week on top of previous recommendations to minimize or avoid exposure to COVID-19 by having contact with people outside your immediate family while celebrating Thanksgiving. Despite that, the appeal of getting together for the holiday is strong and some people are going forward with their events. So what is your risk of coming in contact with COVID? University of South Florida epidemiologist Jason Salemi created

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What’s the risk? USF prof creates calculator for Thanksgiving COVID exposure

2 USF employees create COVID-19 information dashboard, pandemic prediction tools

TAMPA, Fla. — Jason Salemi, an Associate Professor for the University of South Florida’s College of Public Health, created a dashboard with all the latest COVID-19 information for the state of Florida. “It really wasn’t until I started to see the level of misinformation that was being spread by my friends and family on Facebook and Twitter. It really started on social media and I just thought well, that’s not right so I just started to combat that misinformation with more reliable information and I

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2 USF employees create COVID-19 information dashboard, pandemic prediction tools

Website calculates your chance of contracting coronavirus during Thanksgiving gathering

If you're visiting family over the holiday, what's your risk of coming in contact with COVID? A Florida professor has a tool to help calculate that. TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — If you're visiting family over the holiday, what's your risk of coming in contact with COVID? A Florida professor has a tool to help calculate that. University of South Florida epidemiologist Jason Salemi created this web tool recently. It determines the chance of coming in contact with a COVID-19 case, based on a gathering's size and location.

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Website calculates your chance of contracting coronavirus during Thanksgiving gathering

Buy a House in Sicily for $1! Help This Beautiful Italian Village Rebuild Its Community

More and more Italian villages are presenting interesting projects in hopes of tempting people to live in them again. Now, the village of Salemi in Sicily has joined these places, where you can buy houses for $1. Salemi is one of the most beautiful Italian villages, as it belongs to the national association representing these charming places. Now it has joined a program to boost its dwindling population by offering houses for just $1. The houses will be auctioned for $1 (1 euro technically) and will be sold

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Buy a House in Sicily for $1! Help This Beautiful Italian Village Rebuild Its Community

Buy a House in Sicily for $1! Help This Beautiful Italian Village Rebuild Its Community

More and more Italian villages are presenting interesting projects in hopes of tempting people to live in them again. Now, the village of Salemi in Sicily has joined these places, where you can buy houses for $1. Salemi is one of the most beautiful Italian villages, as it belongs to the national association representing these charming places. Now it has joined a program to boost its dwindling population by offering houses for just $1. The houses will be auctioned for $1 (1 euro technically) and will be sold

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Buy a House in Sicily for $1! Help This Beautiful Italian Village Rebuild Its Community

Buy a House in Sicily for $1! Help This Beautiful Italian Village Rebuild Its Community

More and more Italian villages are presenting interesting projects in hopes of tempting people to live in them again. Now, the village of Salemi in Sicily has joined these places, where you can buy houses for $1. Salemi is one of the most beautiful Italian villages, as it belongs to the national association representing these charming places. Now it has joined a program to boost its dwindling population by offering houses for just $1. The houses will be auctioned for $1 (1 euro technically) and will be sold

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Buy a House in Sicily for $1! Help This Beautiful Italian Village Rebuild Its Community

Buy a House in Sicily for $1! Help This Beautiful Italian Village Rebuild Its Community

More and more Italian villages are presenting interesting projects in hopes of tempting people to live in them again. Now, the village of Salemi in Sicily has joined these places, where you can buy houses for $1. Salemi is one of the most beautiful Italian villages, as it belongs to the national association representing these charming places. Now it has joined a program to boost its dwindling population by offering houses for just $1. The houses will be auctioned for $1 (1 euro technically) and will be sold

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Buy a House in Sicily for $1! Help This Beautiful Italian Village Rebuild Its Community