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Wife encourages plasma donations as husband fights for life in ICU

SEMINOLE COUNTY, Fla. – An Altamonte Springs man is struggling for his life after a COVID-19 diagnosis, according to his family. The family is encouraging others to donate plasma for COVID-19 treatment.

Nicole Mansini said her husband, Michael Moore, is currently incubated on a ventilator at AdventHealth Altamonte Springs since Friday. “All I want to do is hold my husband’s hand,” Mansini said.

Mansini said on Sunday, doctors brought up using conversant plasma treatment. However, she said he is currently on a waiting list.

“It’s just terrifying. It breaks my heart to not be able to be with him.

I’m reliant on the ICU nurses to communicate with me. They are so busy, overloaded that I’m only hearing once or twice a day from them.”OneBlood

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SEMINOLE COUNTY, Fla. – As the global pandemic continues to threaten communities, school districts in Central Florida are in the midst of reopening their brick-and-mortars. For one mother in Seminole County, the decision of whether to send her two younger children back into the classroom has been a struggle. “There’s just so much going on about, is it safe? Is it not safe?” Cindy Sosa said.
SEMINOLE COUNTY, Fla. – The Seminole County School Board will meet Tuesday to determine the county’s plan to send students back to school either in-person or virtually in August as COVID-19 cases across Florida continue to rise by the thousands on a daily basis.Seminole County schools leaders will meet for a day-long work session at 8:30 a.m.

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