TIMELINE: Coronavirus - Tuesday, May 5

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Mall at Millenia reopening date

6:25 p.m. update

The Mall at Millenia said it launched a curbside pickup service this week, and it will officially reopen Monday.

Daily hours will be from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.

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The mall said it will operate at 25% of its indoor capacity.

It said restaurants will offer outdoor seating with six feet of space between tables and indoor seating will be at 25% capacity.

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Orange County library services

3 p.m. update

The Orange County Library System said it will reopen its call center Wednesday.

Staff will begin processing holds Monday, and the library’s courier service will begin delivering books May 12.

“Customers who have designated one of our locations for picking up their holds will have their requested items delivered via USPS,” the library said in a news release.

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Book drops will reopen May 15.

All library materials that were checked out before the library closed March 18 are now due June 1, officials said.

The agency said it has not yet set a reopening date for its libraries.

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Social distancing warnings at the beach

2:30 p.m. update

Officials in Volusia County said they issued some 900 social distancing warnings to beachgoers who returned to the coastline over the weekend.

Beach safety director Ray Manchester said for the most part, beachgoers spaced out and kept in small groups during the first weekend the beaches opened for almost all activities.

Read: What should you do if you see Central Florida businesses not complying with capacity, social distancing?

He said the warnings are not citations or fines but rather verbal warnings issued via megaphones.

Lifeguards also made about 100 water rescues over the weekend.

A plan is in the works to allow vehicles back on the beaches.

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Governor gives COVID-19 update

12:20 p.m. update

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is giving a live update on the status of COVID-19, one day after much of the state reopened.

Click here to watch him speak live.

Central Florida reports 6 new deaths

12 p.m. update

Florida health officials reported 542 new cases of COVID-19 and 72 additional deaths in the state since Monday.

Six of those deaths were reported in Central Florida -- two in Polk County and one each in Osceola, Lake, Volusia and Flagler counties.

INTERACTIVE MAP: Coronavirus cases in Florida

The state’s death toll is now at 1,471 with a total of 37,439 cases.

Click here for an interactive map of statewide cases, and see the latest number of cases in your county below:

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• Orange: 1,446 (1,438 Monday)

• Polk: 547 (536 Monday)

• Volusia: 521 (514 Monday)

• Osceola: 514 (516 Monday)

• Seminole: 403 (396 Monday)

• Brevard: 319 (310 Monday)

• Sumter: 236 (233 Monday)

• Lake: 235 (no new cases since Monday)

• Marion: 193 (184 Monday)

• Flagler: 141 (140 Monday)

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Volunteers to provide fresh fruit for Parramore neighborhood

9:23 a.m. update

Volunteers will join together at 11:00 a.m. to distribute fresh fruit and vegetables to families in the Parramore neighborhood.

The Chris King family and Elevation Financial Group are sponsoring the effort, which will provide the first 100 families with a free bag to fill with the fresh fruit and vegetables of their choice.

The fruit will be distributed at 2009 W. Central Boulevard.

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Gov. DeSantis to hold press conference at coronavirus testing site

8:17 a.m. update

Gov. Ron DeSantis is slated to speak at a Sarasota COVID-19 testing site to provide the state updates on the coronavirus.

The governor will hold the briefing at 11:30 a.m.

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Orange County officials to hold COVID-19 update

7:21 a.m. update

The Orange County Board of County Commissioners will hold a virtual meeting to update the county on COVID-19.

The meeting can be viewed here at 1:30 p.m.

OUC to provide meals for Central Florida grocery store workers

6:40 a.m. update

The Orlando Utilities Commission will feed nearly 300 grocery store employees at six locations across Orange and Osceola counties this week.

OUC officials will provide lunch for Publix employees in St. Cloud on Tuesday.

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Grocery store employees will also be provided meals on Wednesday and Thursday by OUC, according to a release.

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93 percent of positive coronavirus cases in Orange County have made recovery

4:28 a.m. update

Florida health officials said that 93% of those who have tested positive for COVID-19 in Orange County have fully recovered.

Orange County has the most amount of cases within Central Florida.

Dr. Raul Pino, the state health department’s health officer for the county, said 10% of people who tested positive for COVID-19 in the county showed no symptoms of the virus.

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