CEO Warns Supply Chain Issues Could Halt Hand Sanitizer Production In Two WeeksThe U.S. is on the brink of not having enough raw materials to produce life saving hand sanitizer to abate the coronavirus pandemic, says one of the country's top sellers of health and personal care products.
Johnson & Johnson: ‘Temporary Shortage’ Of Tylenol In Some Areas Of USIt’s becoming a rare sight on some pharmacy shelves — Tylenol. The drug is selling out or is being rationed in many stores because of a belief that it might be the best way to fight COVID-19.
Coronavirus Impact: Gas Prices Continue To Drop In FloridaFuel prices in Florida continue to drop, with regular unleaded gasoline now costing less than $2 a gallon at 90 percent of the pumps, according to the AAA auto club.
Coronavirus Impact: Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody's Office Offers Recommendations Against ZoombombingThe office of Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody is recommending measures to increase privacy during Zoom meetings to guard against 'Zoombombing.'
Consumer Alert: Watch Out For Scammers Exploiting Census & COVID-19 To Rip Off FloridiansWednesday April 1 is Census Day and it comes with a warning from the Florida Attorney General about scammers using COVID-19 to try and steal personal information.
AAA: Florida Gas Prices Drop Below $2 Per GallonFor the first time in four years, gas prices in Florida are now averaging less than two dollars per gallon. Demand for gasoline and other oil-based products has plummeted in recent weeks, as the coronavirus keeps people at home.
Whole Foods Recalls Vodka Sauce Sold In Florida Due To Undeclared AllergenWhole Foods has issued a recall for its vodka sauce because of an undeclared allergen. The sauce sold at supermarkets in Florida and ten other states, contains milk but was incorrectly labeled.
South Florida Instacart Workers To Join Nationwide Strike, Demand Proper Protections Against COVID-19South Florida Instacart workers are planning to join a nationwide strike Monday claiming the company has not provided essential protections to shoppers on the front lines that could prevent them from becoming coronavirus carriers, getting sick, or worse.
Coronavirus Trend: Walmart Sees Increased Sales In Tops, Not Bottoms, As More Work From HomeThe coronavirus pandemic has forced more and more people to work from home.
Coronavirus Impact: Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody Issues Subpoenas For Price GougingFlorida Attorney General Ashley Moody said Tuesday she issued more than 40 subpoenas because of alleged price gouging on “essential commodities” through accounts on Amazon.
Florida AG Warns New Coronavirus Scams Emerge As The Virus SpreadsAs the coronavirus continues to spread, new scams are emerging that target people's concerns.
Consumers Urged To Join Tuesday's 'Great American Takeout' To Support RestaurantsThe restaurant industry, which has been particular hard-hit by the COVID-19 pandemic, is asking consumers to participate in "The Great American Takeout" on Tuesday, March 24.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Miami Financial Expert: 'Try To Be Patient, Reduce Expenses, Conserve Cash'Business closures, layoffs, and a sinking stock market are all creating an economic downturn affecting every American. But what can you do to try and survive the financial crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic? UBS Bank Financial Expert Carlos Lowell talks to CBS4's Frances Wang.
Tax Day Filing Deadline Moved To July 15 From April 15Americans will have an additional three months to file their taxes, with Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin announcing Friday that Tax Day has been shifted to July 15 from the usual April 15.
Coronavirus Making Shopping Hard For Seniors So Stores Changing Hours To Accommodate ThemSouth Florida supermarkets are seeing items fly of the shelves, which is why some will be opening first for the most vulnerable during the coronavirus outbreak.