What You Need To Know About Getting The COVID-19 Vaccine In South FloridaFrom who is eligible, to vaccine site locations, here is what you need to know about getting a COVID-19 vaccine in South Florida.
Need A Job?Need a job. See who is hiring here.
Feeding South Florida Food DistributionsFeeding South Florida’s food distributions are updated daily and available here:
Florida Jobless Claims Help & LinksUnemployment claims are at an all-time in Florida as the coronavirus-caused surge continues. Many of the Florida claims remain in a backlog that could take weeks to resolve. However, we want to make it as easy as possible for you to find the links and paperwork you need.
Curfews Across South Florida
Coronvirus Testing Sites In South Florida: What To Know
Florida Department Of Health Dashboard
Centers For Disease Control Coronavirus Info
Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Tracker
Biden Administration Won't Meet Vaccination Goal Of 70% Of American Adults By July 4thCBS4's Danya Bacchus reports on the race to vaccinate.
How COVID Impacts Pregnant WomenResearchers are looking to see how the coronavirus is affecting pregnant women and their unborn children.
Vaccination Rates Decline In USExperts say there may be a resurgence of COVID-19 in the fall.
University Of Miami Study: Male Reproduction Not Affected By Pfizer, Moderna COVID VaccinesForty-five men, ages 18 to 50 years old, took part in the study which took place from January until the end of April.
COVID Cases On Odyssey Of The Seas Causes Royal Caribbean To Postpone SailingsCBS4's Bobeth Yates spoke with experts about how the cruise industry moves forward.
Setting Sail Again From American Ports Proving To Be Difficult For Cruise LinesCBS4's Bobeth Yates reports Royal Caribbean postponed sailings on its Odyssey of the Seas after crew members test positive for COVID.
Nicklaus Children’s Hospital Seeing Increase In 'Summer Sickness'Summer is supposed to be the time of year when sickness subsides, but doctors at Nicklaus Children’s Hospital said this year, it’s the opposite.
US Surpasses 600K COVID Deaths As States Continue Peeling Back RestrictionsCBS4's Skyler Henry reports from Washington.
Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava Seeks Bump In Vaccination RatesMiami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava continues push for everyone in the county to get a vaccine. The Mayor was in north Miami on Wednesday seeking to bump up the vaccination rates.
It Appears No Incentive Would Sway Those Adamant About Not Getting COVID VaccineCBS4's Karli Barnett shares the details of a vaccination survey by CBS News. Read more: https://cbsloc.al/3vqIis9
600,000 Americans Have Now Died To COVIDCBS4's Karli Barnett has more on the grim milestone.
US Reaches Grim Milestone Of 600K COVID DeathsCBS4's Keith Jones reports there's also growing concern over another COVID variant.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis Downplays The Coronavirus Delta 'Variant Of Concern'DeSantis avoided directly answering a reporter’s question about whether the state needs to do more to prepare for the Delta variant. Katie Johnston reports.
Study Finds Warmer Temps, Increased Humidity & Higher Levels Of UV Radiation Associated With Decreased COVID TransmissionCBS4's Peter D'Oench explains. Read more: https://cbsloc.al/3xiWoxa
Futurist Bruce Turkel Shares What A Post-Pandemic World Could Look LikeCBS4's Hank Tester spoke to Turkel about his "Tri-Life" concept.
New Research Is Looking At How Heat, Humidity & UV Rays May Impact The Spread Of COVIDCBS4's Dina Demetrius explains how South Florida's sticky summertime weather could suppress the spread of the coronavirus.
Dangerous Delta COVID Variant Causing Trouble In ChinaCBS4's Ramy Inocencio reports it could be a bigger threat than the initial coronavirus that originated in China.
Another COVID Vaccine Could Be Headed To MarketCBS4's Skyler Henry reports Novavax is expected to ask for permission soon.
Vaccination Event Held For Farmers In HomesteadMiami-Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava joined an event to vaccinate farm workers in Homestead on Saturday morning.
Protesters Gather In Fort Lauderdale To Demand The US Share COVID Vaccine With WorldOn Thursday morning, protestors rallied outside the federal building in Fort Lauderdale chanting, “Don’t be greedy, share the shot.”
Coconut Grove Arts Festival Gets Green Light For Full-Capacity Return In 2022The city of Miami has approved a full-capacity festival that will take place on President's Day weekend in February.
Broward Receives Federal Funding For Its Emergency Rental Assistance ProgramThis will be eligible to Broward residents who provide past due for rent and utility payments as far back as March of 2020.
Here's How Royal Caribbean Will Deal With Vaccinated, Unvaccinated PassengersRoyal Caribbean appears to have found a way to work around the ban Governor Ron DeSantis and the state legislature have put on businesses asking customers for proof of vaccination.
Family Not Taking Time Together For Granted After Father’s Battle With COVID-19This weekend, families all over the country celebrated dad. And this year, the day had extra meaning for some.
COVID-19 Kills Another 290 FloridiansAnother 290 Florida residents have died of COVID-19 as the death toll approaches 38,000 since the pandemic started, according to a weekly report issued Friday by the state Department of Health.
COVID Pandemic Takes Toll On CaregiversAbout 70% of caregivers reported having at least one adverse mental-health condition during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a report released Thursday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
University Of Miami Study: Male Reproduction Not Affected By Pfizer, Moderna COVID VaccinesMale reproduction is not affected by either the Pfizer or Moderna COVID-19 vaccines, according to a study published Thursday in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA).
Sailings On Royal Caribbean's 'Odyssey Of The Seas' Postponed After Crew Members Test Positive For COVIDRoyal Caribbean has postponed the first four trips of its new cruise ship after eight crew members tested positive for COVID-19.
Study: 3rd Dose Of COVID-19 Vaccine Could Boost Organ Transplant Patients’ ProtectionA Johns Hopkins study finds organ transplant patients who receive a third dose of the COVID-19 vaccine could boost their protection.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis Pushes Through Pardons For Mask Mandate And COVID-19 ViolatorsWith Gov. Ron DeSantis saying lockdown restrictions and mask mandates meant to stop the spread of COVID-19 did more harm than good, the state clemency board on Wednesday pardoned all Floridians who were arrested or fined for violating local-government requirements about wearing masks or social distancing.
Out Of Work? These Places Are HiringThe coronavirus pandemic forced many businesses to close their doors and turn away customers and employees, but as many of those businesses and restaurants reopen, they are looking for employees to fill available positions as they keep up with increased demand for their goods and services.
United States Hits 600K COVID Deaths, Most Of Any Other CountryAccording to Johns Hopkins University, Tuesday marked 600,000 lives now taken due to COVID-19 in the United States. That is more than any other country.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis Downplays The Coronavirus Delta 'Variant Of Concern'As the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Tuesday labeled the Delta variant of the novel coronavirus a “variant of concern,” Gov. Ron DeSantis downplayed the potential impact it could have on the state, on the same day the U.S. passed more than 600,000 deaths since the start of the pandemic.
Farm Share To Hold Drive-Thru Only Food Distributions Around MiamiAttendees must wear a mask and arrive in a vehicle with a trunk or cargo bed.
South Florida’s Steamy Weather Might Help Suppress COVID Spread During SummertimeResearcher found that meteorological factors such as warmer temperatures, increased humidity and higher levels of UV radiation are associated with decreased transmission.
What Will Post-Pandemic Life Look Like? Futurist Bruce Turkel Has Some IdeasWill we ever shake hands again? How about wearing masks? Can you work from home forever? Plenty of people are wondering what a post-pandemic world looks like.
Miami-Dade Once Again Accepting Applications For Rent Relief Miami-Dade County is once again accepting applications for rent relief.
Florida COVID Death Toll Surpasses 37,000More than 37,000 Florida residents have died of COVID-19, including more than 30,000 seniors.
Event Held To Vaccinate Farmworkers In HomesteadMiami-Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava joined a vaccination event Saturday morning meant for farmworkers in Homestead.
It Appears Haiti Is In For Rough Summer With Election Unrest & Resurgence Of COVID CaseThe country’s government isn’t functioning. On top of that, COVID is now on a rampage. With a vaccine program that’s all but nonexistent, hospitals are overwhelmed with patients.