'Everything Is Full Up': South Florida Seniors Hoping Process Of Getting COVID Vaccine ImprovesWith a new administration in place in Washington, D.C., South Florida seniors hope the process of getting a COVID-19 vaccine will improve.
Florida's COVID-19 Vaccine Is In 'Supply-Limited Situation' Says Surgeon General Scott RivkeesAs Gov. Ron DeSantis barnstorms the state announcing new COVID-19 vaccination sites, a top health-care adviser acknowledged Tuesday on a phone call with hospital officials that Florida is in a “supply-limited situation.”
Baptist Health Suspends First-Dose COVID-19 Vaccinations Due To 'Supply Constraints'Florida has now vaccinated more than one million people, 500,000 of those are seniors over 65, but now due to vaccine supply constraints, Baptist Health System is suspending all first-dose vaccinations.
Coronavirus Vaccination Site At Hard Rock Stadium Moving Away From Testing SiteThe state run COVID-19 vaccination site at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens is moving to a new location on stadium property.
Florida Emergency Chief Jared Moskowitz Points Finger At Feds On Vaccination IssuesThe federal government is mostly to blame for what some people see as a slow distribution of COVID-19 vaccines in Florida, state Division of Emergency Management Director Jared Moskowitz told a House panel Thursday.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, Publix Expand COVID-19 Vaccination Locations But None In South FloridaFlorida Governor Ron DeSantis announced on Wednesday that more Publix locations in the state will start to administer COVID-19 vaccinations.
Miami-Dade To Offer Limited Number Of COVID-19 Vaccination Appointments ThursdayWith demand for the coronavirus vaccine greater than the existing supply, Miami-Dade will release a limited number of vaccination appointments on Thursday.
Florida Teachers, School Staff Not Prioritized For COVID-19 VaccinationsEmphasizing that his focus remains on Florida's elderly population, Gov. Ron DeSantis on Monday said teachers and school staff should not expect to be prioritized for vaccination against COVID-19, at least for now.
Fort Lauderdale's Holiday Park Coronavirus Test Site Closed To Make Way For Vaccination SiteThe coronavirus test site at Holiday Park has been closed so a COVID-19 vaccine administration site can be set up.
Gov. Ron DeSantis: Florida Will Receive More Than 127,000 Doses Of Moderna Vaccine This WeekMore than 175,000 people have been vaccinated against COVID-19 in Florida, including front-line health care workers, staff and residents of long-term care facilities, and individuals 65 and older.
Broward Health To Begin Vaccinating The Public Against COVID This WeekThe vaccinations will begin Wednesday, December 30th. Those wanting to get vaccinated must pre-register, no walk-ups will be accepted.
Miami Jewish Health Begins Giving Residents, Staff The Moderna VaccineResidents and staff at the Miami Jewish Health nursing home rolled up their sleeves Monday morning to receive their coronavirus vaccination.
Gov. Ron DeSantis Reveals Who Is Next In Line For Coronavirus VaccineGovernor Ron DeSantis is bucking a Centers for Disease Control panel recommendation on who should receive the coronavirus vaccine as more doses are sent to the state.
'Light At End Of The Tunnel' As Memorial Healthcare System Receives First Shipment Of COVID-19 VaccineMemorial Healthcare in Broward became one of only five Florida healthcare systems to receive first shipment of COVID-19 vaccine.
Could People Still Be Infectious After They're Vaccinated For Covid-19?Vaccine trials test for efficacy, that is, whether or not a vaccine protects a participant from contracting a specific disease, in this case COVID-19. But trials do not look at whether a person could still be infectious — able to give the disease to other people — after receiving a vaccine.