John Smith, a retired construction and restaurant worker, gets his hair trimmed at the Reitz Union Barber Shop on Monday, Oct. 19, 2020. Smith said he always goes to Von Brockington because the barber makes his morning better. (Photo by Emily Felts)

John Smith, a retired construction and restaurant worker, gets his hair trimmed at the Reitz Union Barber Shop on Monday, Oct. 19, 2020. Smith said he always goes to Von Brockington because the barber makes his morning better. (Emily Felts/Alligator Staff)

Two women watch the presidential election results on an outdoor TV screen at First Magnitude Brewery in Gainesville, Fla., on Tuesday night, Nov. 3, 2020. (Photo by Emily Felts)

Two women watch the presidential election results on an outdoor TV screen at First Magnitude Brewery in Gainesville, Fla., on Tuesday night, Nov. 3, 2020. (Emily Felts/Alligator Staff)

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Hunter Olson, 5, and Olivia Olson, 10, stare at print art-pieces on Tuesday, July 22, 2020, the first day of the museum's phase two of opening. [Emily Felts/Florida Times-Union]

Han Yang and Anisa Ferguson are seen gazing at "Summer Morning," an oil on canvas painting at the Cummer Museum on July 21, 2020, in Jacksonville, Florida. 
The museum began its phase two of reopening, allowing people to access the indoor galleries and ex

Han Yang and Anlsa Ferguson gaze at "Summer Morning," an oil on canvas painting at the Cummer Museum in Jacksonville, Fla., on Tuesday, July 22, 2020, the first day of the museum's phase two of opening. [Emily Felts/Florida Times-Union]

A man plays the cello during the first art walk in Atlantic Beach, Fla., since February on June 18, 2020.  [Emily Felts/Florida Times-Union]

A family waits outside of Baptist South Medical Center along with about 25 other people to see the U.S. Army Black Daggers perform an aerial demonstration near the medical center as a salute to the tremendous work of healthcare workers during the fight ag

A family waits outside of Baptist South Medical Center along with about 25 other people to see the U.S. Army Black Daggers perform an aerial demonstration near the medical center as a salute to the tremendous work of healthcare workers during the fight against COVID-19 on June 23, 2020. However, this demonstration was canceled due to dangerous wind levels.

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The Jacksonville Aviation Authority (JAA) launched "JAX Airport Cares," a program designed to protect the health and safety of passengers when traveling through the Jacksonville International Airport. Some of the procedures mentioned during the media briefing at 9:30 a.m. on Tuesday are the frequent cleanings of "high-touch" areas throughout terminals, stand-alone and wall-mounted hand sanitizers, economy lot closures and installing plexiglass barriers at ticketing areas, information desks and gates.

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Micheal Francoer reunited with his wife, Jessica Francoer, and his 5-month-old baby girl for the first time on May 20, 2020, shortly after landing at NAS Jacksonville. [Emily Felts/The Florida Times-Union]

Russel White was greeted first by his son Nathan, 8, and then his daughter Grace, 6, and Conner, 1, on May 20, 2020, as soon as he walked into the parking lot. [Emily Felts/The Florida Times-Union]

Shai Tzabari, the owner of Olive My Pickle, has sold his food products at RAM for the past 10 years. When the market closed, he had a pickle factory called Olive My Pickle open at the 904 Local Food Hub, however, creating sales was still challenging, he s

Shai Tzabari, the owner of Olive My Pickle, has sold his food products at Riverside Arts Market for the past 10 years. When the market closed, he had a pickle factory called Olive My Pickle open at the 904 Local Food Hub, however, creating sales was still challenging, he said. RAM reopened May 23, 2020.

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An actress combs her hair before performing in the play, "On Borrowed Time" at the High Springs Playhouse, in High Springs, Fla., on Feb. 9, 2020. (Photo by Emily Felts)

An actress combs her hair before performing in the play, "On Borrowed Time" at the High Springs Playhouse, in High Springs, Fla., on Feb. 9, 2020. (Photo by Emily Felts

Nadia Korths started selling abstract prints using repurposed fabrics in 2013 at the Riverside Arts Market. In 2015 she started selling biodegradable food cups as well. Korths said she used the weeks when the market was closed to self heal, but is happy t

Nadia Korths started selling abstract prints using repurposed fabrics in 2013 at the Riverside Arts Market. In 2015 she started selling biodegradable food cups as well. Korths said she used the weeks when the market was closed to self-heal, but is happy to get back to her normal routine. RAM reopened May 23, 2020. 

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The Blue Angels fly over Memorial Park in Riverside on Friday, May 8, 2020, at around 11:45 a.m. [Emily Felts/The Florida Times-Union]

Arianna Sherman, an 18-year-old women's studies freshman, sings a Krishna mantra at the Plaza of Americas on March 17, 2020, despite the quietness of campus due to classes being moved online from the COVID-19 outbreak. 

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Reneé Hoffinger, 66, a retired dietician, talks to Arda Aghazarian before she speaks at the Loving in Palestine event hosted by UF's chapter of Students for Justice in Palestine February 26, 2020. 

(Emily Felts/The Independent Alligator)

Arda Aghazarian speaks at the Loving in Palestine event hosted by UF's chapter of Students for Justice in Palestine on February 26, 2020. 

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Natalie Fernández, 19, majoring in Arabic and Middle Eastern studies and Alexander Lee, 19, majoring in materials science and engineering scream in agreeance with speakers at the Trump Jr. protest that took place in Florida on October 10. Emily Felts.

Natalie Fernandez, (middle) a 19-year-old UF Arabic and Middle Eastern studies junior and Alexander Lee (right), a 19-year old UF material science and engineering sophomore protest at the University Auditorium Thursday during Donald Trump Jr. and Kimberly Guilfoyle's speaking event. 

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Ruth Chase, 71, a Tallahassee landscapist, wears a Donald Trump mask to protest Donald Trump, Jr 's speech being delivered near the UF Plaza of Americas in Gainesville, Fla., on Oct. 10, 2019. (Photo by Emily Felts)

Ruth Chase, 71, a Tallahassee landscapist, wears a Donald Trump mask to protest Donald Trump, Jr 's speech being delivered near the UF Plaza of Americas in Gainesville, Fla., on Oct. 10, 2019. (Emily Felts)

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