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US Records Most COVID Deaths Since Early MayCBS4's Elise Preston reports from New York.
Food Demand Continues To Be Great Across South Florida Ahead Of Thanksgiving HolidayPeople lined up as early as 5:30 a.m. Wednesday at a food giveaway at the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, as the demand for food across South Florida continues to be great ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis On COVID VaccineGovernor Ron DeSantis has provided an update on new therapeutics to treat COVID-19, as well as Florida’s vaccine distribution plan once vaccines are approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
Holiday Travel Ahead Of Thanksgiving HolidayDespite a Centers for Disease Control warning not to travel this Thanksgiving, on Wednesday the terminals were busy at Miami International Airport.
Local Leaders, Health Officials Hold Virtual Meeting Focused On Curbing COVID SpreadCBS4's Jessica Vallejo reports on some of the things discussed at Tuesday's Zoom call.
Camillus House Forced To Change How It Handles Annual Thanksgiving Day Feast Because Of COVIDCBS4's Hank Tester has more on the changes.
Despite CDC Warnings To Not Travel, Local Airports Seeing Record Numbers Of Passengers Since Pandemic StartedFor those continuing with travel plans, the advice is to wear a mask properly, social distance and take precautions when you get where you’re going.
Airline To Require Customers To Have COVID Vaccine To FlyCBS4's Tina Kraus has more on Qantas' move.
COVID Testing Lines Eased Up At Hard Rock Stadium On TuesdayCBS4's Joan Murray reports some people were there to get tested ahead of Thanksgiving celebrations.
Miami-Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava Fears Rise In COVID Cases Could ‘Risk Setting Our Economy Backwards’CBS4's Eliott Rodriguez reports on the meeting held by local leaders to discuss possible options and methods to curb the spread of COVID-19 ahead of the holidays.
Jackson Memorial Hospital Health Care Workers Ready For COVID VaccineCBS4's Mireya Villarreal reports JMH is one of two South Florida hospitals receiving the shipments of the COVID vaccine.
LA Going Back To Takeout Only After Spike In COVID CasesCBS4's Nancy Chen shares more on the COVID challenges from coast to coast.
The Wharf Fort Lauderdale Voluntarily Closes After COVID Protocol IssuesCBS4's Karli Barnett reports on the outdoor entertainment venue's voluntary shut down after videos surfaced of large crowds gathered at the spot.
New World Symphony Fellows Adds Rhythm To Lincoln Road By Performing From Roaming Golf CartsCBS4's Lisa Petrillo has more on the Musicians On Golf Carts Series.
Coronavirus Pandemic Has Led To An Unusually High Demand For FoodCBS4's Peter D'Oench reports the long food distribution lines here have been seen nationwide.
Another Record COVID Testing Day At Hard Rock Stadium In Miami GardensCBS4's Joan Murray reports on the testing push ahead of Thanksgiving.
People Are Traveling During Thanksgiving Holiday Week Despite Medical Experts' WarningsCBS4's Ted Scouten spoke with travelers at Miami International Airport.
US Has Surpassed More Than 12 Million COVID CasesCBS4's Danya Bacchus reports the nation is nearing 254,000 deaths.
Still No Talks Of Potential Closures In South Florida As COVID Cases SpikeCBS4's Jessica Vallejo reports on the increasing positivity rates and hospitalizations across South Florida.

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Miami At Wake Forest Football Game PostponedThe UM at Wake Forest football game has been postponed, the Atlantic Coast Conference announced Saturday.
Florida Quickly Approaching 1 Million COVID-19 CasesThe Florida Department of Health confirmed more than 6,200 additional cases of COVID-19 Saturday.
COVID-19 In Florida: State Adds 6,277 Cases, Miami-Dade Adds 1,466 CasesThe Florida Department of Health reports there are 6,277 new cases of COVID-19 statewide.
COVID-19 In Florida: State Adds 17,344 Cases In Two Day Total, Miami-Dade Adds 3,752 CasesThe Florida Department of Health reports there are 17,344 new cases of COVID-19 statewide.
Coronavirus Test Sites Re-Open To Smaller LinesCoronavirus test sites reopened Friday after nearly all were closed on Thanksgiving.
Thanksgiving Day Shopping A Totally Different Experience Due To COVID CrisisOn Thursday, hundreds of shoppers learned how different it is to holiday shop during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Thanksgiving For Soldiers On Front Lines A Little Different This Year Because Of COVIDIt's Thanksgiving for U.S. service members overseas, but the mission doesn't take a holiday and neither do the troops.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis Extends Order Blocking Business ShutdownsGovernor Ron DeSantis has extended a September executive order aimed at preventing business shutdowns during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Santas Finding New Ways To Engage Safely With Children Amid COVID PandemicChildren have told Old Saint Nick about their Christmas wishes for generations. But this year, Santas around the world are finding new ways to evolve with 2020's challenges.
Fort Lauderdale’s Holiday Park Could Be Used For Drive-Thru COVID VaccinationsMany people are relieved at the idea that some promising COVID-19 vaccines are just around the corner. 
Due To COVID Pandemic, Food Demand Continues To Be Great Across South Florida Ahead Of Thanksgiving HolidayPeople lined up as early as 5:30 a.m. Wednesday at a food giveaway at the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, as the demand for food across South Florida continues to be great ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday.
Some Colleges Hiring Students As Instagram Influencers To Spread Word About COVIDColleges have been a Petri dish for the coronavirus. Now some are paying their students to help prevent further spread.
Senator Rick Scott Presses U.S. Health Secretary Alex Azar For Vaccine InformationSenator Rick Scott sent a letter this week to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar pressing him for more detailed information about the distribution of yet-to-be-approved COVID-19 vaccines.
COVID-19 In Florida: State Adds 8,376 New Cases, Miami-Dade Adds 2,120 CasesThe Florida Department of Health reports there are 8,376 new cases of COVID-19 statewide. 2,120 of those are in Miami-Dade and 802 in Broward.
Gov. Ron DeSantis Said We Need To Protect Most Vulnerable Until Vaccine ArrivesGovernor Ron DeSantis has provided an update on new therapeutics to treat COVID-19, as well as Florida’s vaccine distribution plan once vaccines are approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
Florida Sees Slight Decrease In Jobless ClaimsFlorida continued last week to show a decline in new unemployment claims, even as coronavirus cases have been on the rise and the state heads into what is expected to be a slower-than-typical Thanksgiving holiday.
COVID In Miami-Dade: Mayor Daniella Levine Cava Says Rise In Cases Could ‘Risk Setting Our Economy Backwards’On Tuesday, mayors and health officials across South Florida gathered for a meeting to discuss possible options and methods to curb the spread of COVID-19 ahead of the holidays.
COVID Forces Camillus House To Change How It Handles Annual Thanksgiving Day Feast For Shelter’s Clients, Area HomelessIn years past, the Camillus House annual Thanksgiving Day feast for the shelter’s clients and area homeless had all the trimmings of a block party.
COVID-19 In Florida: State Adds 8,555 New Cases, Miami-Dade Adds 1,654The Florida Department of Health reports there are 8,555 new cases of COVID-19 statewide. 1.654 of those are in Miami-Dade and 891 in Broward.
‘I Want To Be Safe’: COVID Testing A Priority For South Florida Residents Getting Ready For ThanksgivingThe COVID testing line at Hard Rock Stadium eased somewhat Tuesday morning after a surge on Monday.