The Florida Department of Health is concerned that people aren’t showing up for their second dose of the Moderna coronavirus vaccine. Over 41,000 people are overdue for the necessary second dose which can give you up to 95% effectiveness against contracting COVID-19. Without that second dose it falls to 50%.
California became the first state in the nation to record over three million COVID-19 cases over the weekend. Here in Florida, coronavirus cases rose to 1,579,281 Monday, with 24,274 Florida residents dying from the virus, To check where the vaccine is available in your county click here, and If you have questions on who is eligible to receive the vaccination and where to sign up check with the Florida Department of Health here. The COVID-19 Call Center is available 24/7 by calling 1-866-779-6121.
Former Florida Department of Health analyst Rebekah Jones turned herself in Sunday and bonded out Monday. Jones is facing charged she illegally accessed a Florida Department of Health computer system to access files and sent out messages. Jones said she tested positive for COVID-19 and that was the reason she didn’t turn herself in sooner.
One more win and the Bucs return to Tampa to be the first home team to play in the Super Bowl. But first, they move on to the NFC championship game after beating the New Orleans Saints Sunday 30-20 in the divisional round of the NFL playoffs. That game will be against the Green Bay Packers in Green Bay Sunday at 3:05 pm. With the loss to the Bucs, fans may have seen Drew Brees’s last game. Rumors are that he may retire.
The WWE is giving Tampa a second shot at hosting their biggest event. Wrestlemania 37 comes to Raymond James Stadium as part of a two-night event April 10th and 11th. It’s a live event and ticket info is coming soon. But who loses because Tampa wins? That would be SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California who will now host a their WrestleMania in 2023.