Coronavirus Update: 2 Women 60 Years Apart, With Underlying Conditions, Survive COVID-19CBS4 is learning new details about two women from Miami-Dade and Broward with underlying conditions who are more than 60 years apart who both survived their battles with the Coronavirus.
Coronavirus Update: Long Lines Of Vehicles Wait Long Hours At Opa-locka Food Distribution SiteHundreds of South Floridians waited hours to participate in a drive-thru food distribution Tuesday morning in Opa-locka.
Coronavirus Update: Elderly People Moved Out Of Shelters To Slow Spread Of COVID-19The Chairman of the Miami-Dade Homeless Trust says a new plan to move elderly people out of shelters and off the streets and into hotels and an assisted living facility could save lives by slowing the spread of COVID-19.
Coronavirus Help: Thousands Of Unemployment Applications Handed Out A Miami-Dade LibrariesFour locations in Hialeah and more than two dozen libraries across Miami-Dade have become very handy for people who want to pick up unemployment applications.
Coronavirus Update: Miami Beach Field Hospital Could Be Operational By April 20thGovernor Ron DeSantis joined Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez, Miami Beach Mayor Dan Gelber and the commanding general of the U.S Army Corps of Engineers at the Miami Beach Convention Center on Wednesday where a field hospital will be constructed over the next week or so.
Miami Beach Mayor Gives CBS4 Preview Of Convention Center Field HospitalMiami Beach Mayor Dan Gelber says the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is going to be setting up a special field hospital inside the Miami Beach Convention Center before the end of the month in case there’s an overflow of coronavirus patients from area hospitals.
Coronavirus Impact: Sweetwater Cracking Down On Dumping Of Disposable GlovesIt’s become a nationwide problem amid concerns about the spread of the Coronavirus: more and more people dumping their protective gloves in public after using them while visiting stores and supermarkets.
Coronavirus Impact: Pastors, Rabbis Finding Creative Ways To Involve Public In ServicesPastors and Rabbis in South Florida are finding more and more creative ways to reach you and involve you with their services in these days of social distancing.
Coronavirus Impact: Many South Florida Small Business Owners Barely SurvivingMiami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez told us how business owners could get help through the Federal Cares Act.
'I Was Shot At By A Sniper; Coronavirus Is Unlike Any Story I've Covered In 43 Years': CBS4's Peter D'Oench On COVID-19 In MiamiPeter D'Oench has covered hurricanes and been shot at on the job, but nothing compares to covering coronavirus in Miami.
Coronavirus Update: Farm Share And The Rotary Club Of Homestead Pass Out Canned GoodsFarm Share and the Rotary Club of Homestead teamed up Wednesday morning to prepare and pass out more than 1,200 bags of groceries and canned goods to those in need.
Coronavirus Testing: Younger People May Now Qualify For At-Home Testing In MiamiThe age to qualify for at-home coronavirus testing in Miami has been lowered under new guidelines issued Tuesday.
Coronavirus Update: A Second Person Dies In Miami-Dade From COVID-19Late Friday evening, the Florida Department of Health announced the death of a second person in Miami-Dade County related to the coronavirus.
Coronavirus Impact: Expanded Unemployment Benefits Would Be A Boon For Independent Contractors & Self-EmployedThe new federal stimulus program, if passed, will mean good news for thousands of people who do not normally qualify for traditional unemployment benefits.
Congresswoman Debbie Mucarsel-Powell Alerts Small Business Owners About ResourcesDemocratic Florida Congresswoman Debbie Mucarsel-Powell and the Small Business Administration are alerting small business owners about the resources available that can help them during this period of economic hardship.