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Broward Commission To Discuss Allowing Holland America Ships To DockJessica Vallejo reports Gov. DeSantis is against allowing them to dock. He wants medical personnel sent out to the ships.
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South Florida Couple On Holland America Ship Says Docking At Port Everglades Is Right Thing To DoCBS4's Carey Codd spoke with Cliff Kolber, who likens the situation to that of the SS St. Louis during WWII.
Health Care Workers On Frontlines Against Coronavirus Share Their ConcernsCBS4's Ty Russell spoke with one doctor who is in the high-risk category to catch the disease.
Gov. Ron DeSantis Worried About Americans Traveling Back & Forth To Cuba During Coronavirus OutbreakCBS4's Hank Tester spoke with Dr. Andy Gomez, a Cuba scholar, about what's happening on the island nation.
Nurses Union President Touches On Nurse's Death To PPE ShortageCBS4's Jim DeFede spoke with Martha Baker, the head of SEIU 1991.
Ethical & Humanitarian Dilemma Over Where To Dock Ship Carrying Coronavirus-Positive PassengersCBS4's Carey Codd reports Gov. Ron DeSantis does not want Holland America's Zaandam to dock in Florida.
Coronavirus Interview: Miami-Dade Mayor Discusses New Social Distancing Measures County Is InstitutingEarlier in the day, Mayor Carlos Gimenez called on the closure of all pools and gyms at condos and apartments across the county.
Carnival Cancels All Cruises Through May 11If you had tickets for one of the canceled cruises, you will receive an email from Carnival or the traveled who booked it.
Nurses Union President Speaks On Death Of Longtime JMH NurseCBS4's Jim DeFedes spoke with Martha Baker about the death of Araceli Buendia Ilagan.
Nurses Union President Discusses Medical Supplies Shortage During Coronavirus PandemicCBS4's Jim DeFede spoke with Martha Baker about the concerns over medical essentials on short supply.
With Salons & Barbershops Closed, People Turning To DIY HaircutsCBS4's Michael George shows how some have taken matters into their own hands.
Engineers Go Back To Basics To Solve Ventilator Shortage During Coronavirus PandemicCBS News correspondent Gwen Baumgardner reports from the work being down by engineers in London.
Employee At Atria Willow Wood Tests Positive For CoronavirusThere have been six coronavirus-related deaths at the facility.
DeSantis Family Welcomes Third Child Into WorldBut the governor said he wasn't in the delivery room because they wanted to save the personel protection equipment for the medical staff who needed it.
Gov. DeSantis Holds Press Conference At Hard Rock Stadium Coronavirus Testing Site To Promote 'Safer At Home' MessageCBS4's Jessica Vallejo reports the governor was joined by the mayors of Miami-Dade, Broward, Monroe and Palm Beach.
A Deep Dive Into The Coronavirus Stats On Florida Department Of Health's WebsiteCBS4's Steve Goldstein breaks down the coronavirus dashboard.
Coronavirus Help: FPL To Lower May Electric BillsIt will be a one-time reduction.
Naval Hospital Ship Comfort Arrives In New York City Ahead Of ScheduleCBS4's Elise Preston reports the ship will treat non-coronavirus patients.
Pastor Of Tampa Church Arrested After Holding Two Large Sunday ServicesJail records show Pastor Rodney Howard-Browne was charged with unlawful assembly and violation of a public health emergency order.
Special Report: Coronavirus Task Force Update 3-30-20President Trump reports his administrations is extending the social distancing recommendations.
Several Governors Tells President Their States Struggling To Receive Medical SuppliesCBS4's Skyler Henry reports much of the federal focus has been on urban areas.
Jackson Health System CEO Tests Positive For CoronavirusCarlos Migoya said he tested positive last week but hasn't had any symptoms.
Miami-Dade, Broward Schools Hand Out 'Grab-And-Go' Meals To StudentsCBS4's Peter D'Oench spoke with the superintendents of both school districts, who are prepared to extend at-home learning.

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