Elizabeth Pace, ActionNewsJax

Elizabeth Pace


Jacksonville, FL, United States

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Past articles by Elizabeth:

City of Jacksonville prepares for hurricane season during pandemic

As Tropical Storm Isaias moves towards Florida, Jacksonville explains how to prepare at home. → Read More

Moderna begins first Phase 3 of COVID-19 vaccine clinical trial in the U.S.

A potential COVID-19 vaccine has been found to induce the immune response in COVID-19 candidates. → Read More

More young people test positive for COVID-19

Young people eager to get back to their normal lives may be responsible for rising COVID-19 cases. → Read More

Jacksonville hospitals brace for more coronavirus patients

As of 4 p.m. Monday, the Agency for Health Care Administration reported 522 coronavirus patients currently hospitalized in Duval County hospitals. → Read More

FSCJ Medical Assistant Program creates certified workers for critical health care jobs

Florida State College at Jacksonville offers a 10-month Medical Assisting Career Certificate (C.C.) course. They said it will prepare you to do everything as a medical assistant, from maintaining medical records, filing insurance claims and billing to taking medical histories, vital signs and assisting with exams. In a time where the health care industry is in critical need of workers, this… → Read More

Pandemic expert believes we’ll be wearing masks for years

As the global health care community works to develop a COVID-19 vaccine, experts agree that it will be at least a year before it’s accessible to the public. Mass immunization may not be possible until 2022. → Read More

Hit-and-run driver arrested more than a year after deadly crash in North Jacksonville

Since February 2019, the family of Richard Wilson, Jr. has pleaded for answers about the crash that killed him. → Read More

Body camera video shows woman tased by JSO at Publix

A Jacksonville mother, Tawanda Crowell, is suing Publix Supermarkets, Inc. after she was accused of stealing food and arrested by a JSO officer. → Read More

Jacksonville mother sues Publix, claims excessive force against JSO officer

A Jacksonville mother, Tawanda Crowell, is suing Publix Supermarkets, Inc. after she was accused of stealing food and arrested by a JSO officer. → Read More

Jacksonville doctor explains concern with asymptomatic spread of COVID-19

Florida has experienced a significant increase in new COVID-19 cases. Sunday’s report showed more than 2,000 new cases, reported by the Department of Health. However, the percent positive rate has remained low at about 5%. → Read More

Florida sees jumps in coronavirus cases

For the first time in June, Florida started to see a decrease in positive COVID-19. → Read More

‘EVAC’, group of Jacksonville teens impacted by injustice, promotes ch

Jacksonville's News, Weather, and Traffic - News 104.5 WOKV → Read More

Coronavirus causes changes with getting driver’s license in Florida

As state offices reopen to the public, the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles made changes to how road tests will be conducted for driver’s licenses. → Read More

Jacksonville Poison Control Center sees spike in calls during COVID-19 pandemic

UF Health’s Poison Control Center in Jacksonville reported an increase in exposures to household cleaning products, primarily disinfectants and bleaches. → Read More

Fact vs. fiction: Hydroxychloroquine and coronavirus

Hydroxychloroquine is a prescription medicine that was originally designed to treat malaria. It is also used to treat autoimmune diseases like rheumatoid arthritis and lupus. More recently, some have taken it as a form to fight the covornavirus. → Read More

Organ transplants decrease during coronavirus pandemic

A local man with COPD said his single lung transplant was delayed when the pandemic hit Northeast Florida. → Read More

Jacksonville-area colleges discuss potentially reopening campuses in the Fall

Action News Jax reached out to local colleges to find if they have made a decision on reopening their campuses in the Fall. → Read More

Jacksonville-based company tests fever-detecting technology

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — As more businesses and facility slowly reopen to the public, a Jacksonville technology consultant company is helping them monitor crowds with new technology. H. Stephen Jones & Associates, HSJ Tech, is testing thermal cameras to potentially detect if a person is running a fever and advanced video analytics for people counting. "Whether they be for security or whether… → Read More

City of Jacksonville distributes $6 million in stimulus payments durin

Jacksonville's News, Weather, and Traffic - News 104.5 WOKV → Read More

Jacksonville 2-year-old girl adopted after 700 days in foster care

The Duval County Courthouse may not be holding proceedings in its facility, but judges continued their services via video call platforms such as Zoom. → Read More