Madison Alworth, 10 News Tampa Bay

Madison Alworth

10 News Tampa Bay

St. Petersburg, FL, United States

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Recent articles by Madison:

Restaurants prepare to operate at 50 percent

Owners are excited to welcome more business and say customers are eager for it. → Read More

Gym owners hopeful, preparing to reopen as part of Phase One

Governor Ron DeSantis is planning to make an announcement on how and when gyms will reopen tomorrow in Jacksonville. → Read More

Antibody tests are more readily available, but here's what to watch out for.

Testing for COVID-19 antibodies will help doctors have a clearer picture of how far the virus has spread. But there are many tests that are unreliable. → Read More

Know before you go: What to keep in mind about reopened beaches, restaurants

It's the first weekend under Phase One of Gov. Ron DeSantis plan to reopen Florida-- beaches and restaurants are expected to be crowded. → Read More

Trial looks to see if hydroxychloroquine can help prevent COVID-19

Tampa General Hospital and USF Health are participating in a nation-wide study to determine if the drug can be used to prevent catching the virus. → Read More

Could tourism spread COVID-19 in Florida? Experts say yes

But with tourism being an essential part of Florida's economy, finding safe and structured ways to re-open businesses is a priority. → Read More

Graduation in July: Hillsborough and Sarasota County schools hope to host in-person ceremonies

Hillsborough and Sarasota County schools hope to host in-person graduation ceremonies. → Read More

A vital connection: Phone chargers for COVID-19 patients

Most patients who are fighting COVID-19 are unable to see visitors at the hospital, and their cell phone is the only connection they have to family. → Read More

The driving force keeping COVID-19 patients safe at Tampa General Hospital

CareComm is helping to keep the hospital operating efficiently during this pandemic → Read More

USF Medical Students stepping up in the fight against COVID-19

Student volunteers are mainly operating the COVID-19 Confirmed Clinic. → Read More

The Front Steps Project captures a new 'normal' during a pandemic

Even though we know our coworkers, friends and neighbors are working from home and staying inside because of coronavirus, it can still feel quite isolating. → Read More

Group matches RVs to medical professionals in need of a safe place to go during pandemic

RVs for MDs is a grassroots group matching RV owners with medical professionals who need a safe place to stay separate from immunocompromised family members. → Read More

Unemployment benefits website overloaded with unprecedented number of applications

The website is running slower as the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity works to add servers and more employees. → Read More

Tampa family stuck in Peru as coronavirus prompts border closure

The Currys couldn't leave the country after its borders were abruptly closed to stop the spread of COVID-19. Now, they could be there through the end of the month. → Read More

Alzheimer's cases on the rise in Florida

The number of adults living with Alzheimer’s disease in Florida continues to grow. → Read More

Babies aren't getting enough sleep because they're spending too much time in front of screens

A recent meta-analysis of 30 scientific studies found that babies and children, ages 0-5 years old, are being exposed to screens. It results in sleep issues. → Read More

Team running the Skyway 10K, carrying the weight of hundreds of fallen firefighters

Tom "Bull" Hill and his team will carry 11 packs across the Skyway Bridge to honor firefighters who have lost their lives to cancer or suicide. → Read More

New technology making Polk County Fire Rescue smarter and more cost efficient

Polk County Fire Rescue is testing out new technology that could save them and taxpayers hundreds of thousands of dollars a year. → Read More

Cleaning up Gasparilla: Around 400 volunteers collect tens of thousands of discarded beads

The Gasparilla parade is over, but the bead collection continued this morning. About 400 volunteers hit the streets to clean up after the pirate party. → Read More

Gulfport Women's March continues to grow as D.C. march shrinks

Hundreds showed up today to march in support of a variety of causes. → Read More