COVID In Florida: 5,922 Additional Cases, 144 New Deaths Reported FridayThe Florida Department of Health reported another 5,922 new coronavirus cases on Friday.
Publix To Start Offering COVID-19 Vaccinations In Miami-Dade, BrowardPublix will soon start administering COVID=19 vaccinations at its 136 pharmacies in Miami-Dade and Broward.
FSU To Resume In-Person Instruction, Graduation CeremoniesIn a sign that Florida's higher-education institutions are preparing for a return to normalcy, two of the state's largest universities are announcing changes that bring people back to campus.
‘Micro-Wedding’: Couples Having Their Dream Ceremony During Pandemic On Smaller ScaleEngaged Couples are learning they can still have their dream wedding during the pandemic but on a smaller scale. The perk: They could save tens of thousands of dollars by eloping or having what's called a "micro-wedding." The trend is helping brides and grooms along with a struggling industry.
Feeding South Florida Hits Million-Pound Milestone During Food Distribution In Pompano BeachFood distributions in the past year have become a sad fact of life across South Florida and elsewhere, but one Thursday in Pompano Beach is standing apart from the rest.
COVID In Florida: 6,640 Additional Cases, 140 New Deaths Reported ThursdayThe Florida Department of Health reported another 6,640 new coronavirus cases on Thursday.
Three New COVID-19 Vaccination Sites Opened In South Florida For Underserved CommunitiesThree new state-run COVID-19 vaccinations sites opened in South Florida on Thursday.
COVID In Florida: 7,128 Additional Cases, 129 New Deaths Reported WednesdayThe Florida Department of Health reported another 7,128 new coronavirus cases on Wednesday.
COVID-19 Pandemic Put Some South Florida Dentists In Survival ModeFor dentists, seeing patients, saving teeth, and just surviving has been a struggle during the coronavirus pandemic.
Vaccine Fraud Bill Getting Teed Up In HouseWith Speaker Chris Sprowls, R-Palm Harbor, making the issue a priority, the House Judiciary Committee on Monday will consider a bill that would crack down on scammers who provide fraudulent information about COVID-19 vaccines.
Dr. Kevin Stephens: Florida’s Vaccination Disparity Affecting Black Americans Is A Problem Of Access, Hesitancy & MoreThere's a huge problem with the vaccination disparity in the country right now.
Vaccinations Expanded To 50 Or Older Teachers, Law Enforcement & FirefightersThe COVID vaccine is finally on the fast track in South Florida.
Researchers Developing Rapid At-Home COVID Test That Connects To Your SmartphoneResearchers are developing a new, rapid COVID-19 test that connects to your smartphone to reveal results at home.
COVID In Florida: 5,610 Additional Cases, 154 New Deaths Reported TuesdayThe Florida Department of Health reported another 5,610 new coronavirus cases on Tuesday.
Eat Or Drink Before Appointment? Dr. Mallika Marshall Answers COVID-19 Vaccine QuestionsDr, Mallika Marshall shares some advice about what you should and should not do before getting the COVID-19 vaccine.