‘Demand Is Much Greater Than The Supply’: Miami-Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava Gives Update On COVID Vaccine RolloutMiami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava held a virtual press conference on Tuesday afternoon, along with local leaders, to provide an update on COVID-19 vaccination plans in Miami-Dade County.
Many Broward Seniors Excited To Get COVID VaccineFort Lauderdale City Manager Chris Lagerbloom is excited that Holiday Park will be converted from a testing site to a place where the elderly can get a free Pfizer vaccine.
Broward County Selected For Pilot Program To Vaccinate Those Who Need It MostBroward is one of two Florida counties selected for a pilot program aimed at vaccinating those who need constant care.
Major Medical Groups Issue Call To Action Over Low Vaccination Rates For TeensWith vaccination rates low for adolescents and teenagers, some major medical groups are issuing a call to action. 
Floridians, Visitors Urged to Get Vaccinated Against MeaslesThe Florida Department of Health is urging state residents and visitors who have not been immunized to get vaccinated.
Experts Stress Importance Of Vaccinations As Flu Season Picks UpFlu season is picking up, with federal health officials reporting sharp increases in flu activity nationwide.
Health Officials Push For Vaccinations After Deadliest Flu Season In 40 YearsThe CDC says last flu season was the deadliest in at least four decades.  
Miami-Dade Animal Services To Host Rabies Vaccination Event ThursdayIn the wake of a Miami-Dade rabies alert, Animal Services will host a pet vaccination event in Kendall on Thursday.
Protect Your Kids: The Importance of ImmunizationsGiving your baby all recommended immunizations is the best way to protect him/her from diseases.
Number Of Children Skipping Out On Shots Rising In FloridaThe number of children showing up to school without their required shots is on the rise, according to the Florida Department of Health.
Four Whooping Cough Cases Confirmed In Broward CountyBroward County, in the past two weeks, has had four recent cases of pertussis, also known as whooping cough. The disease is serious, and can be fatal—especially in babies under one.