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Broward County Expected To Begin Rolling Back Reopenings Amid Spike In Coronavirus CasesMiami-Dade is doing it on Wednesday and Broward County may follow suit by rolling back reopenings amid a spike in coronavirus cases in South Florida.
"Quarantine Buddy" Makes Connections During The PandemicWhether it’s to play music, laugh, or learn, many in isolation have connected thanks to Quarantine Buddy.
Broward Beaches Reopened Monday While Miami-Dade Has To Wait Until TuesdayBroward beaches are open again after a July 4th weekend closure and beach goers hit the sand bright and early Monday.
Miami-Dade County Closing Down Restaurant Dining Rooms, Gyms, Party Venues Starting WednesdayAs the number of COVID-19 cases continues to rise in Miami-Dade, making it the epicenter of the coronavirus pandemic in Florida, Mayor Carlos Gimenez announced Monday he will shut down restaurant dining rooms, gyms and banquet facilities.
President Trump Lashes Out At NASCAR's Bubble Wallace On TwitterPresident Trump waded into more controversy Monday, after tweeting an attack on NASCAR'S only full-time African American driver. It prompted a response from one of the president's top congressional allies.
President Trump Criticized For Calling Most Coronavirus Cases HarmlessPresident Trump has been criticized for claiming most coronavirus cases are, in his words, harmless.
DeSantis Says Disney, Universal Are Doing A Great Job With Coronavirus Safety PrecautionsThe doors to Disney will be back open soon. Two theme parks, Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom, are set to reopen Saturday for the first time since coronavirus-related closures in March and Gov. Ron DeSantis is confident in theme park safety precautions.
President Trump Criticized For Claiming Most Coronavirus Cases Are HarmlessNatalie Brand reports Trump made the claim as cases rose going into the holiday weekend.
Florida Adds Another 6,336 Coronavirus CasesFlorida death toll stands at 3,880
US Has More Than 2.8 Million Coronavirus CasesTom Hanson reports a former FDA commissioner says the spread is out of control and it may be too late.
Coral Springs Holds Drive-By ParadeCity officials and first responders held a drive-by parade in Coral Springs this year.
Americans Celebrate A Bit Different This YearThis July 4th had Americans celebrating very differently than in previous years.
Demonstrators Take To The Beach To Protest Social Distancing' PoliciesA group of demonstrators in Fort Lauderdale took to the beach Saturday to protest the city's new temporary social distancing policies.
Beach Closures Take A Hit On South Florida HotelsBeach closures have caused cancellations at many South Florida hotels.
Florida Reports Record COVID-19 NumbersFlorida reported 11,458 new coronavirus cases on Saturday, shattering its on-day record of 10,109.
President Trump Kicks Off Fourth Of July FestivitiesPresident Donald Trump kicked off the Independence Day weekend in South Dakota.
Man Refuses To Wear Maks On PlanePolice had to be called inside a Fort Lauderdale-bound plane in New York when a man refused to wear a mask while onboard a plane.
MIami Beach To Remain Closed Through Next WeekCBS4's Mike Cugno reports from Miami Beach on what you should know about the current curfew and beach closures.
Interview With Coronavirus Expert, Dr. Dushyantha JayaweeraInfectious disease specialist Dr. Dushyantha Jayaweera, affiliated with Jackson Health System and the University of Miami, talks about the coronavirus.
Antibody Tests Put To The TestA closer look at the coronavirus antibody tests.
Broward County May Be Next To Rollback Reopenings Amid Spike In Coronavirus CasesBroward County could be next to announce a rollback on reopenings amid a spike in coronavirus cases across South Florida.
Florida Schools Ordered To Reopen In AugustEducation Commissioner Richard Corcoran on Monday ordered public schools to reopen in August and offer “the full panoply of services” to students and families.
"Quarantine Buddy" Makes Connections During The Coronavirus PandemicWhether it’s to play music, laugh, or learn, many in isolation have connected during the coronavirus pandemic thanks to Quarantine Buddy.
Broward Beaches Reopen, Miami-Dade Beaches Open TuesdayBroward beaches are open again after a July 4th weekend closure and beach goers hit the sand bright and early Monday.
Miami-Dade Closing Down Restaurant Dining Rooms, Gyms, Party Venues, As Coronavirus Cases RiseLess than two months after reopening, restaurants and gyms are closing again in Miami-Dade County, based on a new emergency order.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis Has 'No Doubt' Disney World Will Be Safe After ReopeningThe doors to Disney will be back open soon. Two theme parks, Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom, are set to reopen Saturday for the first time since coronavirus-related closures in March and Gov. Ron DeSantis is confident in theme park safety precautions.
Jackson Health System Running Low On Remdesivir & ICU Beds Due To COVID-19 SpikeAs the number of coronavirus patients continues to rise in South Florida, the amount of Remdesivir, a drug which has been found to help COVID-19 patients, has run out at Miami's Jackson Health System.
Florida Adds 6,336 Coronavirus Cases, 48 New DeathsFlorida reported 6,336 new coronavirus cases on Monday and nearly 50 new deaths.
Coronavirus At-A-Glance 7-6-20Here are the latest numbers and information you need to know at-a-glance as of 11 a.m. on July 6, 2020.
Florida Health Authorities Often Fail To Do Contact TracingFlorida, now the nation's hot spot for coronavirus, is falling behind on contact tracing, long considered a key tool in containing the outbreak.
PortMiami Navigates Stormy Seas During PandemicWith the cruise industry on hold, for now, PortMiami is looking ahead to its financial future.
'It's Clear The Growth Is Exponential', Miami Mayor Francis Suarez On Surging Coronavirus CasesWith the rising number of positive coronavirus cases in Miami-Dade, Miami Mayor Francis Suarez says he's alarmed by the dramatic increase.
Broward Takes New Steps To Enforce COVID-19 RestrictionsAs cases of coronavirus continue to climb, Broward is taking new steps to enforce CPVID-19 restrictions.
Florida Hits Grim New Coronavirus Milestone, 200,000 Plus Positive CasesWith thousands of positive test results pouring in every day, Florida topped 200,000 coronavirus cases on Sunday.
'I Think My Residents Kind Of Let Their Guard Down' Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez On Need For Restrictions, CurfewMiami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez appeared on CBS Face the Nation on Sunday to address how his county was addressing the surge in coronavirus cases.
Miami Beach Mayor Dan Gelber Concerned By No Clear Message From The White House On Coronavirus MeasuresMiami Beach Mayor Dan Gelber said he's troubled by the rising number of coronavirus numbers in the state, increased hospitalizations, and the lack of a clear message from the White House on what everyone should be doing.
Florida Adds 10,059 Coronavirus Cases, 29 New DeathsFlorida reported 10,059 new coronavirus cases on Sunday and nearly 30 new deaths.
Coronavirus At-A-Glance 7-5-20Here are the latest numbers and information you need to know at-a-glance as of 11 a.m. on July 5, 2020.
Florida Reports New Record Daily Coronavirus Record With 11,458 Cases On SaturdayFlorida reported 11,458 new coronavirus cases on Saturday, shattering its on-day record of 10,109.
Demonstrators Take To The Beach To Protest Fort Lauderdale's 'Social Distancing' PoliciesA group of demonstrators in Fort Lauderdale took to the beach Saturday to protest the city's new temporary social distancing policies.