Coronavirus state reports delayed | firstcoastnews.com

The state stressed that this reporting issue is not related to notifying individuals of their test results.

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Today’s daily COVID-19 report is going to be delayed, according to the Florida Department of Health.

The state DOH is citing a submission of approximately 400,000 previously-reported coronavirus test results from Helix Laboratory as the cause for the delay. Helix Laboratory is a private lab that is not affiliated with the state of Florida, according to a release. 

“The massive size of the data file and the need to de-duplicate hundreds of thousands of results prevented the Department of Health’s automatic reporting system from processing yesterday’s results as it normally does,” the DOH said.

State epidemiologists are currently working to reconcile the data which will take a day to finish, allowing reports to resume Sunday.

The state stressed that this reporting issue is not related to notifying individuals of their

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Extra $600 in unemployment benefits delayed as talks in Congress stall

The U.S. Capitol stands in Washington, D.C., U.S. on Thursday, Oct. 1, 2020. Talks Thursday between Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin brought no immediate breakthrough on a deal for a new pandemic relief package, while the House prepared to vote on a Democrat-only plan.

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Democrats and Republicans still seem unable to find common ground on enhanced unemployment benefits, more than two months after the expiration of a prior, $600 weekly subsidy that had buoyed household income for millions.

White House officials and senior congressional Democrats are still trying to hammer out details of a fifth financial relief package to help counter the negative economic effects of the coronavirus pandemic.

Unemployment benefits appear to be a key sticking point in the negotiations, despite consensus in other areas like stimulus checks and aid for small businesses.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., at

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President’s Campaign Events to Be Delayed, Virtual: Trump Update

(Bloomberg) — President Donald Trump’s campaign events will go virtual or will be delayed. Democratic candidate Joe Biden tested negative for the coronavirus and will go ahead with a campaign trip. A Republican senator tested positive.



a sign on the side of a tree: An American flag flies outside the White House in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Friday, Oct. 2, 2020. President Donald Trump's diagnosis of coronavirus roiled Washington Friday, throwing even more chaos into an already frenetic election year with a month to go until the election.


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An American flag flies outside the White House in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Friday, Oct. 2, 2020. President Donald Trump’s diagnosis of coronavirus roiled Washington Friday, throwing even more chaos into an already frenetic election year with a month to go until the election.

Trump said early Friday that he had tested positive along with his wife and one of his closest aides, throwing his campaign into deeper disarray just one month before the election.

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New rules for food trucks delayed until next month – News – Austin American-Statesman

For the second time, the Melissa City Council decided to table a vote on new food truck regulations.

It will again consider the issue during one of its two October meetings.

If approved, the ordinance would create a new Mobile Food Truck/Mobile Food Truck Park land-use category.

New food truck regulations were first considered at the Aug. 25 council meeting.

The item was on the agenda because city officials felt there was a need to update the current regulations, which have been characterized as somewhat vague.

During that meeting, concerns were raised over how specifics time limits could be enforced. Of particular concern was a provision that if a food truck stayed in one spot for more than three months, it would need to apply for permanent zoning through the specific use permit (SUP) process.

Under the latest proposals, that language had been changed to say that the SUP process

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Loss of Penis Sensitivity May Cause Delayed Ejaculation

At some point in their lives, most if not all men experience some penis function issue of some kind, which may be related to penis health or may be due to other factors. The most common tend to be erectile dysfunction or premature ejaculation, but there are other issues that can arise that impede sexual satisfaction. One of these is the problem of delayed ejaculation, which can have several contributing factors, but which tends to focus around a loss of penis sensitivity.

A legitimate problem

As the name may imply, delayed ejaculation describes a situation in which a man has difficulty ejaculating within what he might consider a reasonable amount of time. Some men, especially those who experience problems with premature ejaculation, may scoff at calling this a problem, but to those who experience it, it is a problem indeed. It can be extremely frustrating, often leading to men disengaging … Read More