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First Doses Of Pfizer Vaccine To Be Offered Again At State-Run SitesCBS4's Jessica Vallejo reports the move is being made after the Johnson & Johnson vaccine was paused. Read more: https://cbsloc.al/3ec26ZL
Global COVID Death Toll Tops 3 Million Related DeathsCBS4's Tom Hanson has more on the global vaccination effort as deaths rise.
Florida Reports 6,323 New Coronavirus CasesFlorida Department of Health reported another 6,323 new coronavirus cases on Saturday.
Pfizer To Be Available At Miami Dade CollegeThe coronavirus first-dose of the Pfizer vaccine will now be available starting Tuesday at Miami Dade College North Campus.
Third COVID Vaccine Likely Needed Within 12 MonthsThe race to vaccinate every adult American continues with more than three million doses being delivered each day. But while only about half of American adults have a single vaccine so far...there is news Americans may need another shot within a year of being fully vaccinated.
Most Broward Drive-Thru Vaccine Sites Ditching Need For AppointmentsCBS4's Jessica Vallejo reports the race to vaccinate South Florida. Read more: https://cbsloc.al/3doNNC5
Jackson Health Teams Up With Colleges To Get Students Vaccinated Against COVIDCBS4's Joan Murray reports on the initiative.
COVID Stats Snapshot 4-15-21The Florida Department of Health reported another 6,762 new coronavirus cases on Thursday.
Study: Benefits Of Vaccination, Despite Recent Blood Clot Concerns, Outweigh Risks Of Getting COVIDResearchers say that the risk of cerebral venous thrombosis, or CVT for short, is eight to 10 times higher after COVID infection than from the vaccines meant to protect against the virus.
Scientific Committee Evaluating Johnson & Johnson COVID VaccineA scientific committee says it needs more time to evaluate the risks linked to the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine.
COVID Vaccination Focus Shifts To College StudentsRace to vaccinate for the coronavirus is shifting to college students in South Florida.
Oxford Study: Better Get That COVID VaccineA new Oxford study says that the benefits of getting the vaccine far outweighs getting the coronavirus.
Mayor Daniella Levine Cava, Faith Leaders Urge People To Get Their COVID-19 VaccinationsStressing the importance of getting the COVID-19 vaccine, Miami-Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava was joined by faith leaders at a vaccination event Thursday at Zoo Miami.
No Question About It, Medical Experts Want People To Get That 2nd COVID Vaccine ShotCBS4's Keith Jones reports with the J&J single-shot vaccine being paused, people have started wondering if they can skip the second dose of either Pfizer or Moderna. Read more: https://cbsloc.al/3dgCCLE
CDC Study Finds Leaving Middle Seat Open On Airplanes Could Reduce COVID Exposure For PassengersThe study finds leaving middle seats open during a flight could reduce exposure to COVID-19 by 23% to 57%, depending on the modeling.
Health Experts Worry About Vaccine Hesitancy After Use Of J&J Vaccine PausedFederal officials are reminding everyone that even while they review the J&J vaccine for six reports of a rare blood clot disorder, there are two safe and effective vaccines in wide distribution now.
COVID Stats Snapshot 4-14-21The Florida Department of Health reported another 6,772 new coronavirus cases on Wednesday.
Hard Rock Stadium Vaccination Site Busy After J&J Shot Put On HoldCBS4's Joan Murray shares the details.
Federal Advisory Committee Holding Emergency Meeting On Next Steps For J&J VaccineCBS4's Natalie Brand reports officials want to review the six cases of severe blood clots stemming from the vaccine.

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FEMA-Funded Vaccine Sites To Resume Administering First Doses Of Pfizer Vaccine With J&J Shot PausedWith the Johnson & Johnson vaccine paused, starting Tuesday, all-state run FEMA-funded sites will resume giving first doses of the Pfizer vaccine.
COVID In Florida: 6,834 New Cases, 35 Deaths Reported On SundayThe Florida Department of Health reported another 6,834 new coronavirus cases on Sunday.
Some Studies Suggest Wearing Mask For COVID May Be Playing Role In Alleviating Allergy SymptomsAbout 25 million Americans suffer with seasonal allergies. But some are reporting they feel better than they have in previous seasons and doctors think a COVID prevention measure could behind the relief.  
COVID In Florida: 6,323 New Cases, 74 Deaths Reported On SaturdayThe Florida Department of Health reported another 6,323 new coronavirus cases on Saturday.
Annual Florida Keys Seven-Mile Bridge Run Staged With Coronavirus ProtocolsAbout 1,000 people representing dozens of U.S. states competed in the 40th annual Seven Mile Bridge Run Saturday in the Florida Keys.
Hundreds Benefit From Much-Needed Provisions At Miami Springs Food DistributionFarm Share teamed up with the Miami Springs Lions Club on Friday morning to organize a food drive.
COVID In Florida: 7,296 New Cases, 93 Deaths Reported On FridayThe Florida Department of Health reported another 7,296 new coronavirus cases on Friday.
No Appointment Needed Now At Most Broward Drive-Thru Vaccine SitesIt's getting easier to get a COVID vaccine in Broward County. No appointment is needed now at most of the drive-thru sites.
Florida Senate Pushes For Higher Jobless BenefitsAn effort to increase Florida’s much-criticized unemployment benefits, boosting the amounts and lengths of payments, continued to advance Thursday in the state Senate.
COVID In Florida: 6,762 New Cases, 78 Deaths Reported On ThursdayThe Florida Department of Health reported another 6,762 new coronavirus cases on Thursday.
Study: Benefits Of Vaccination, Despite Recent Blood Clot Concerns, Outweigh Risks Of Getting COVIDNew research from Oxford University shows the benefits of vaccination outweigh the risks of getting COVID-19, despite recent blood clot concerns.
Miami-Dade, Broward To Follow CDC Guidelines Despite Florida Education Boss Asking School Districts To Make Mask Use VoluntaryFlorida Commissioner of Education Richard Corcoran is focusing on masks.
WalletHub Ranks Florida The 12th Best State To Work From HomeAre you still working from home during the pandemic? WalletHub crunched some data to rank the best and worst states for working from home.
Mayor Daniella Levine Cava, Faith Leaders Urge People To Get Their COVID-19 VaccinationsStressing the importance of getting the COVID-19 vaccine, Miami-Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava was joined by faith leaders at a vaccination event Thursday at Zoo Miami.
With J&J's Single-Shot Paused, Medical Expert Says People Shouldn’t ‘Try To Skimp At This Stage’ When It Comes To 2nd Dose Of Pfizer Or ModernaUnequivocally, health experts say you should get the second dose of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines.
'Bed Tax' Change Backed In Florida HouseThe Florida House on Wednesday passed a bill that would allow counties to spend so-called “bed” tax money on efforts to combat flooding, despite concerns from the tourism industry that the change would reduce marketing dollars.
Comedians Turning To Social Media To Share Their Work With Clubs Closed During PandemicAs comedy clubs begin to reopen, some comics say that sharing jokes online isn’t a pandemic fad, but the way of the future.
CDC Study Finds Leaving Middle Seat Open On Airplanes Could Reduce COVID Exposure For PassengersEven though the CDC says people should not travel unless it's essential, airports are starting to get more crowded.
Pause In Johnson & Johnson's COVID Shot Could Create More Hesitancy Among Unvaccinated AmericansFederal officials are reminding everyone that even while they review the J&J vaccine for six reports of a rare blood clot disorder, there are two safe and effective vaccines in wide distribution now.
Vaccination Sites Ready For Influx After Johnson & Johnson Vaccine PausedSome of South Florida's biggest vaccination providers ready to handle an influx of people who planned on getting the one dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine.