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Five more Ocala residents test positive for potentially deadly COVID-19 virus

Five more Ocala residents – including two children – have tested positive for the Coronavirus, bringing the total in Marion County to 255 cases.

Retiree-loaded Sumter County continues to lag in tri-county COVID-19 testing

Just 12.3 percent of the Coronavirus tests administered in the tri-county area have been in the county that’s home to the majority of Villages residents.

Ocala overwhelmingly leads the way in Marion County COVID-19 cases

Seventy-one percent of all of the Coronavirus cases in Marion County have been reported in Ocala.

59-year-old Ocala man becomes 7th victim of COVID-19 in Marion County

A seventh Marion County resident has succumbed to the Coronavirus.

Ocala man becomes sixth Marion County resident to die of COVID-19...

A sixth Marion County resident has succumbed to the Coronavirus.

Another inmate at Bushnell prison tests positive for COVID-19 virus

Another inmate at the Sumter Correctional Institution has tested positive for the Coronavirus, bringing the total number of cases at the Bushnell facility to 121.

Seven new cases of COVID-19 reported at rehab facility near The...

An outbreak of the Coronavirus was reported Wednesday at a nursing home just outside the boundaries of The Villages.

70 percent of Marion County’s 240 COVID-19 cases reported in Ocala

Marion County is now reporting 240 cases of the potentially deadly COVID-19 virus, with 70 percent of those being in Ocala.

Retiree-heavy Sumter County lags far behind in tri-county area COVID-19 testing

The county where the vast majority of Villages homes – and residents most susceptible to COVID-19 – are located lags woefully behind in testing in the tri-county area.

Another inmate at Bushnell prison tests positive for COVID-19 as Ocala...

COVID-19 continues to be an issue for the state prison in Bushnell, where another inmate has tested positive for the potentially deadly virus.