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Santa Rosa County football players with the most speed on each team: PNJ Summer Series

There are many aspects to building a successful football team, but speed is an irreplaceable aspect.

Whether speed is used for a breakaway touchdown, closing in for a tackle or scrambling to make something out of nothing, it’s evident when a player brings elite speed to the gridiron.

“If you’ve got speed, you’ve got all the cards,” Milton head coach Harry Lees said. “You can get away with a lot more things when you have speed. If you don’t have speed, you’ve got to coach a lot harder.

“When I came to Florida about 20 years ago from Alabama, I was amazed at the difference in speed. Kids close so much faster and those windows get tighter.”

Here’s a look at the fastest players on each team in Santa Rosa County, in alphabetical order by school.

Gulf Breeze

Carson Hepworth, WR/LB, Class of 2022; Cole Hartley, WR, 2021; Seth Massey,

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The coronavirus is pushing telehealth into the mainstream — here’s how traditional healthcare players are using it to retain business now and where the market is headed

 

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Business Insider Intelligence

The coronavirus pandemic has been a watershed moment for telehealth — or the use of mobile technology to deliver health-related services, such as remote doctor consultations and patient monitoring — as patients have had to reimagine the ways they seek healthcare.

While telehealth has been on the brink of taking off for years, consumer usage of the tech ticked up slowly before 2020. The coronavirus pandemic has given consumers the push they need to adopt telemedicine on a wide scale — and we expect adoption to keep climbing so long as the pandemic rages on. Once outbreaks became severe in the US, consumers began flocking to telehealth: Telehealth usage among US adults climbed 6 percentage points month-over-month from February 2020 — when 11% of respondents reported having tried telehealth — to March — when 17% said the same, per a survey by CivicScience. And we

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