#1 Central Florida theme parks are opening

Central Florida theme parks are opening for a limited number of visitors


Coming from New York, Niya Dupree and her former college roommates wanted to celebrate their graduation at Central Florida theme parks.

Universal Studios opened last week and Sea World opens today.

Sea World

Dupree, Aaliyah Jackson and a third friend landed Wednesday in Orlando.

“They said if you don’t quarantine the right way, you can get a $500 fine or 60 days in jail,” Dupree said.

When they landed at the the airport , the guards provided them with a contact information form. They had to fill out forms and sign and promise to stay in quarantine for 14 days.

On March 24, Florida Governor Ron De Santis signed Executive Order 20-82, which those arriving in Florida from New York, New Jersey or anywhere else must stay in quarantine for 14 days.

UCF to bring back students on campus after Covid-19: What will be the action plan?

UCF Administration planning to bring back students for the fall semester

University of Central Florida

University of Central Florida’s administration and leaders have planned and therefore announced the strategy for the students who will be returning to the University’s campus for the fall semester, amid Covid-19. They announced their plan on Wednesday, June 10th, 2020.

The plan would have strategies for those who are learning remotely, and for those who will be returning to their classrooms. The emphasis would be given to the testing and safe in-person learning experience for those coming back to campus.

What will be the capacity of students at UCF and who will be allowed to return?


It is for sure that the students will have to be in a limited capacity due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Moreover, there are some students who will still have to be remote until they are further notified. The students fall in the category of international students and those who are in the high-risk category.

The level of in-person classes would be decided later on. The classes can be more virtual or they can be more in-person, it will depend upon the courses and their subjects. It is confirmed that further information will be available on the 1st of July 2020.

The draft plan will go in front of the Florida Board of Governors later this month after it has been approved by the faculty senate and board of trustees.


For more information visit: https://www.ucf.edu/

UCF’s footballers hit by Covid-19: Tested Positive

UCF Football team players

UCF confirms 3 knights tested positive for Coronavirus:

On Tuesday, the University of Central Florida confirmed that three of their football team players have tested positive for the Covid-19 Coronavirus. It happened when the players returned to the campus for the voluntary workouts. Having said that, the management has isolated the players who were tested positive and therefore the school officials have told that the program’s safety protocol regarding Covid-19 is properly working.

On June 1st, around 60 football players were tested for the Covid-19 when they returned to the campus. It was Tuesday, 9th June 2020 when the University announced their 3 football players to be tested positive. They are in isolation for 2 weeks now and are being well monitored.


UCF’s Response and the statement:

University’s response regarding the issue has been prompt. Athletics director Danny White stated in a news release:

“Our top priority is to ensure the health and safety of our student-athelets,”

“We will do everything necessary to support student-athelets under our care on campus.”

The athletics director further stated:

“Our plans and protocols are working. We will continue working through our medical processes, as this initial testing phase allow us to respond appropriately.”


Further Details:

UCF has stated that the knights who were tested positive, will no more participate in further activities and will be in isolation. However, after the period of quarantine ends, the players would be re-tested and if tested negative, they may resume their activities.

UCF Football team. Knights

The players, even though they have been tested positive, other players on the campus will be working through and would continue their workouts.

For further details follow the UCF: https://www.ucf.edu/

UCF’s 3 players test positive for Covid-19

UCF football players test positive for Covid-19


Three UCF football players have tested positive for COVID-19, the school announced Tuesday.

According to school authorities, 60 players returned to campus for workouts earlier this month. Authorities also said the trio had been isolated for two weeks and reported them to the Orange County Health Department.

Orange County Health Department

These players are being tracked for the last 2 weeks with whom they have been direct connect,according to UCF. Florida Department of Health provides follow-up guidelines for those in close contact.

Statement of UCF authorities


UCF vice president and director of athletics Danny White said,“Our top priority is to ensure the health and safety of our student-athletes. We will do everything necessary to support the student-athletes under our care on campus. Our plan and protocols are working. We will continue working through our medical processes, as this initial testing phase allows us to respond appropriately.”https://www.clickorlando.com/sports/2020/06/09/3-ucf-football-players-test-positive-for-coronavirus/


The affected players are under the care of UCF’s Covid-19 medical team.




#1 The windows of a church in Orlando were smashed.

Windows smashed at Orlando church

Orlando church

An Orlando church is cleaning up after being vandalized. The priest of God was very disappointed in this incident. He was saying that some miscreants smashed the windows of his church on Sunday night.

smashed church


Speech by the pastor of the Orlando Church


Pastor Stovelleo Stovall said he preached peace and nonviolence during Sunday church prayers. However, on Sunday night miscreants hit his church.

“I get a call about 5:45 that my windows have been broken out,” Stovall said.

Stovall said the rest of his church members were helping to restore the church immediately after glass was scattered everywhere.

“If we are going to march, march peacefully, if we are going to do things let it be peacefully. Let’s not stop here, let us continue to love each other.”

As protests raged across Central Florida, Stovall said his message would always be nonviolent.

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UCF’s Professor makes racial comments on twitter

University of Central Florida

UCF Professor’s racial comments

UCF (University of Central Florida) has faced some heat recently when the university’s Professor “Charles Negy” posted some racial comments on twitter. It has made the students and other people related, furious about the issue. Amid the event which has taken place recently of George Floyd, a man who was killed in police custody by a white police officer, has already created civil unrest in the country. The comments by the professor have made the situation even worse. So now, after those comments by the professor, the students are holding protests and demanding justice with quick actions to be taken by the University’s administration.


What did the professor tweet?

Charles Negy is an associate professor of psychology at the University of Central Florida. He has experience of teaching there for a long time. Recently, the professor tweeted some racial comments on twitter which are as follows:

Black privilege is real: Besides affirm. action, special scholarships, and other set-asides being shielded from legitimate criticism is a privilege. But as a group, they’re missing out on much-needed feedback.

Following the tweet, the students have called for his investigation and are demanding to fire him. With that being said, the UCF’s administration has hinted that they may take quick actions regarding the controversial tweet made by the professor.


What action will UCF be taking? 

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The prompted event has made UCF aware of the issue. They have indicated that they will take certain actions regarding the issue and have confirmed that they are aware of it. UCF has also shown in their tweet that the comments made by Charles Negy are totally conflicting the values set by the University. Having said that, even if they are aware of the controversy they will still take the actions taking into account the first Amendment. https://www.law.cornell.edu/constitution/first_amendment.

Following is what the UCF has to say about the comments made by Charles Negy: ” Being actively anti-racist means calling out and confronting racist comments. We are aware of Charles Negy’s recent personal Twitter posts, which are completely counter to UCF’s values. We are reviewing this matter further while being mindful of the First Amendment.” https://twitter.com/UCF/status/1268530455495786496.


The tornado hit 8 homes in the city of Orlando

8 houses damaged after tornado hits


A tornado hit the city of Orlando on Saturday night. The National Weather Service said the damage had caused extensive damage  to the city of Orlando.

The amount of damage in the city of Orlando caused by the tornado



City officials have advised everyone to avoid power lines, trees and water. The warning was issued after a tornado caused trees and electricity to go down.


The tornado also damaged about eight homes in the city of Orlando.


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