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10 Positive COVID Updates From Around the World – 2021 is Looking Brighter

With so many scary coronavirus headlines these days, we thought we would revise our very popular article series highlighting all the positive updates about the COVID-19 pandemic that we can find from around the world.

If these hopeful headlines uplift you—don’t forget to share, and make some good news go viral across the globe…

1) Coronavirus Numbers Are Finally Dropping in the U.S.

January 26 marked two weeks of a substantial decline in COVID-19 hospitalizations in the United States.

Falling hospitalizations are occurring across 36 states, with numbers holding steady in 12 more states. California, for instance, reported a 20 percent decrease in hospitalizations over three weeks.

 

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Super Stats for the Big Game 2021

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TAMPA BAY - THE NEXT TITLETOWN
The Super Bowl 2021 is an adrenaline shot for Tampa Bay and all of Florida. It is the third time in the last five months where a Tampa-based team was in a national championship.

This is an atypical game being played after an atypical season after a year where we all had to adapt our daily lives due to the pandemic. Those changes are influencing Super Bowl celebrations. The energy and excitement will be there even if the large crowds and massive parties are not.

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Florida Employment Report | December 2020

Florida’s recovery stalled towards the end of 2020 in the face of a surge of COVID-19 infections. While a seasonally adjusted basis indicated 31,000 new jobs, on a non-seasonally adjusted basis, the growth was only 2,000 new jobs. The main difference between the two is that seasonal adjustments try to measure and remove predicable seasonally patterns to employment which the pandemic has disrupted in the short term.

Florida gained back over 60% of the jobs lost due to the pandemic. Employment for the year was down -625,000 and the number of people unemployed was up +322,000. Leisure and Hospitality sector lost the most jobs, down by approximately 200,000 jobs. While down overall, one office-using employment sector, Finance and Insurance, had solid year-over-year gains at 11,100 job created.

Looking ahead to 2021, Florida will benefit from a faster pace to vaccinations which could potentially unleash demand within the Leisure & Hospitality sector.

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