Federal Vaccine Site Opening In Miami-DadeCBS4's Karli Barnett reports on the ramped up COVID vaccine efforts.
South Florida Will Have A New Huge Vaccination Site As Eligibility Rules Loosen UpCBS4's Karli Barnett reports on Miami-Dade's first federal site.
Local Records Store Stays Afloat During COVID-19 PandemicA local records store has had to rely solely on ingenuity and customer loyalty to stay afloat during the pandemic.
Miami-Dade County Commissioners Proclaim March 2021 As ‘Health Heroes Month’CBS4's Brooke Shafer has the details.
Federal Authorities Issue New Warning About COVID Vaccine ScamsCBS4's Eliott Rodriguez shares what to look out for.
President Biden Announces Enough COVID Vaccines In US To Inoculate All Americans By MayCBS4's Skyler Henry reports from the White House.
COVID Stats Snapshot 3-2-21The Florida Department of Health reported another 7,179 new coronavirus cases on Tuesday.
Overtown Welcomes New COVID Vaccine SiteCBS4's Ted Scouten reports the new site comes as Jackson Health expands COVID vaccinations.
Jackson Health System Expands Vaccinations To Those EligibleStarting Wednesday, teachers, law enforcement and others at least 50-years-of-age will be able to sign up to get a vaccine, as long as they meet requirements.
Johnson And Johnson Vaccine Arriving At Some Sights TuesdayDebra Alfarone reports federal health officials are cautioning Americans not to relax just yet—a slight uptick in Covid-19 cases is giving cause for concern.
Miami-Dade, Broward Publix Pharmacies To Begin Offering COVID VaccinationsCBS4's Eliott Rodriguez reports on the expanded vaccination efforts.
COVID Vaccination Efforts In South Florida Expanding Across The BoardCBS4's Jessica Vallejo reports on the ramped up distribution efforts.
U.S. Virgin Islands Seeing Surge In VacationersCBS4's Hank Tester reports how tourism is turning around there.
White House's COVID Response Team Worried About New VariantsCBS4's Madeleine Rivera reports from Capitol Hill where Congress is still debating the president's relief package.
COVID Stats Snapshot 3-1-21The Florida Department of Health reported another 1,700 new coronavirus cases on Monday.
All Publix Pharmacies In Miami-Dade, Broward Now Administering COVID ShotsCBS4's Peter D'Oench reports on the expanded vaccine efforts.
WEB EXTRA: Workers Cheer As Johnson and Johnson COVID Vaccines Are ShippedWorkers clapped and cheered as some of the first boxes of Johnson & Johnson's COVID-19 vaccine were shipped from a Kentucky distribution center on Monday (3/1). Some were sent out with messages and signatures from the people who packed them. Take a look.
WEB EXTRA: Johnson and Johnson COVID Vaccines Begin ShippingJohnson & Johnson has started shipping its COVID-19 vaccine. Workers packed up boxes at the McKesson Distribution Center in Kentucky Monday, March 1. The Johnson & Johnson vaccine is the first single dose vaccine to get FDA Emergency Use Authorization.
New National Push To Get People VaccinatedMichael George reports the campaign is to arm the public with information so more people get vaccinated.

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Flags To Fly At Half-Staff Wednesday To Honor COVID-19 VictimsFlags will fly at half-staff Wednesday at state and local government buildings throughout Florida to honor people who have died of COVID-19.
Miami-Dade's First Federal Vaccination Site Is Now Open Using Newly Approved Johnson & Johnson VaccineThe first federal vaccination site in Miami-Dade is now open and it is among the first to administer the Johnson & Johnson single dose COVID-19 vaccine.
House, Senate Show Differences On COVID-19 Liability BillsThe push to fast-track legislation to protect Florida businesses from COVID-19 litigation continues to be bumpy.
'They Saved Endless Lives': Miami-Dade Commission Declares March 'Health Heroes Month' To Honor Frontline WorkersMiami-Dade County Commissioners have proclaimed March 2021 as "Health Heroes Month."
Ingenuity, Customer Loyalty Keeps Local Records Store Afloat During COVID-19 PandemicA local records store has had to rely solely on ingenuity and customer loyalty to stay afloat during the pandemic.
Renewed Warning From Federal Authorities About Scammers Taking Advantage Of COVID Vaccine RolloutDesperation to get the COVID-19 vaccine means you may need to be on alert. Scammers are trying to take advantage of people wanting to get the shot as soon as possible, and that's prompting a renewed warning from federal authorities.
COVID In Florida: 7,179 Additional Cases, 140 Deaths Reported TuesdayThe Florida Department of Health reported another 7,179 new coronavirus cases on Tuesday.
Jackson Health Expands COVID-19 Vaccinations As Overtown Welcomes New Vaccine LocationJackson Health System will begin vaccinating law enforcement officers, firefighters, and K-12 school personnel ages 50 and older starting Wednesday, March 3.
Once Vaccinated, OK To Take A Vacation? Dr. Mallika Marshall Answers COVID Vaccine QuestionsDr. Mallika Marshall is answering your coronavirus-related medical questions.
Pandemic Scams Bill Headed To House FloorIn a priority of Speaker Chris Sprowls, R-Palm Harbor, a House committee on Monday unanimously approved a bill that would crack down on people who run scams about vaccines and personal protective equipment during pandemics.
‘It's Up To You’: New National Campaign Working To Make More People Confident About Receiving COVID VaccineThere’s a new national push to arm the public with information so more people get vaccinated. 
'We Are A Very Safe Destination': Vacationers Flocking To U.S. Virgin IslandsYou still can’t take a luxury cruise line to the U.S. Virgin Islands but you can fly and tourism is turning around, even with the cruise ship business dead in the water for now.
COVID In Florida: 1,700 Additional Cases, 150 Deaths Reported MondayThe Florida Department of Health reported another 1,700 new coronavirus cases on Monday.
COVID Vaccine In Florida: Gov. Ron DeSantis Includes School Employees, Police, Firefighters In Expanding Vaccination PlanGovernor Ron DeSantis is expanding the state’s vaccine administration plan to include school employees, police officers and firefighters.
Miami-Dade County Courts Resume Jury TrialsAfter a nearly one-year hiatus, Miami-Dade Circuit Court resumed in-person jury trials on March 1, with strict social distancing measures.
Coronavirus: Out Of Work? These Places Are HiringHere is a running list of companies who are hiring to keep up with increased demand for their goods and services during the coronavirus pandemic.
'I Am The Proof That God Exists,' South Florida Woman Beats Coronavirus 150 Days After Being Admitted To Local HospitalIsabel Pupo was all smiles, just days after opening her eyes from a medically induced coma.
COVID In Florida: 5,539 Additional Cases, 126 Deaths Reported SundayThe Florida Department of Health reported another 5,539 new coronavirus cases on Sunday.
South Florida House Republicans Vote Against President Biden's $1.9 Trillion Pandemic Relief PackageOn Saturday morning, the US House of Representatives passed President Joe Biden’s $1.9 trillion pandemic relief package, but the bill did not pass with bipartisan support.
Johnson & Johnson Single-Shot COVID-19 Vaccine Joining In The Fight Against Global PandemicAn independent US Food and Drug Administration advisory board recommends the approval of the country’s third coronavirus vaccine being produced by Johnson & Johnson.