Saturday's 'Second Dose' Event To Focus On Importance Of COVID Vaccine In Communities Of ColorA "second dose" event in South Florida is being led by Dr. Tina Scott, with a focus on vaccinating communities of color.
Florida Woman Who Coughed On Cancer Patient Gets 30 Days In JailA Florida woman who coughed on a customer at a Pier 1 store last year in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic has been sentenced to 30 days in jail.
Health Officials: Youth Sports, Other Extracurriculars Are Spreading COVID-19Do you have a children involved in youth sports? Health officials are now saying children may be spreading COVID-19 through extracurricular activities like sports.
Florida Is One Of Five States Accounting For 43% Of Country's New COVID-19 Cases In Past WeekFlorida is one of five states accounting for about 43% of new coronavirus cases over the last week, according to data from Johns Hopkins University.
Groups Rush To Get Florida Farmworkers VaccinatedIt's a race against time for nonprofits, organizations, and officials who are trying to vaccinate thousands of farmworkers who were denied priority access in Florida but now have to travel north to harvest crops in other regions.
'If I Go To The Hospital, I Might Get COVID': South Florida Doctors Fear People Avoiding Emergency Medical CareWhen Glenda Preston started having chest pains in February, she thought it could be connected to her anemia.
Florida Rescinds Nursing Home Visitation OrdersGov. Ron DeSantis’ administration has swept away four emergency orders dealing with visitors to nursing homes, just days before the Legislature is poised to pass a bill that would help shield the facilities from lawsuits associated with the COVID-19 pandemic.
'It Can Be Alarming': COVID Vaccine Side Effect May Be Mistaken As Breast CancerAs more and more people get vaccinated against COVID-19, we're learning about potential side effects. One is swollen lymph nodes and while this is what you'd expect to see when an immune response is triggered, it’s exactly what you don't want to see when screening for breast cancer.
Married 66 Years, Bill and Esther Ilnisky Died Minutes Apart From COVID-19 At Florida HospiceA husband and wife who spent decades as missionaries and ministers died 15 minutes apart from COVID-19 at a Palm Beach hospice.
A Year Into Pandemic, Medical Personnel At Memorial Regional Hospital Reflect On COVID-19A year since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, emergency room staffers at Memorial Regional Hospital will tell you that a regular day is anything but regular.
'We Were Able To Adapt': A Student, Teacher, & Principal Reflect On Pandemic ChallengesWhether you were a student, a teacher or a principal, going to school during the coronavirus pandemic was a huge challenge in 2020.
'A Program Of Last Resort': The Lost and Forgotten Dead Of COVIDOne year since the coronavirus outbreak was declared a global pandemic, a story about the truly forgotten heroes. As seen on CBS4’s Facing South Florida with Jim DeFede, meet the Miami-Dade County employees who go about their jobs with purpose and dignity caring for COVID’s lost and forgotten dead.
President Biden Directs All States To Make All Adults Eligible For Covid-19 VaccineMaking all adults eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine by May 1 is one of the most sweeping directives so far from the president, who has largely left decisions about eligibility up to the states.
A Year Later, How The Coronavirus Global Pandemic Affected South FloridaIt was exactly one year ago when the World Health Organization declared the coronavirus a worldwide pandemic.
House Approves $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief BillThe House approved the final version of President Biden's $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief bill on Wednesday.