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Biden Administration Won't Meet Vaccination Goal Of 70% Of American Adults By July 4thCBS4's Danya Bacchus reports on the race to vaccinate.
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University Of Miami Study: Male Reproduction Not Affected By Pfizer, Moderna COVID VaccinesForty-five men, ages 18 to 50 years old, took part in the study which took place from January until the end of April.
COVID Cases On Odyssey Of The Seas Causes Royal Caribbean To Postpone SailingsCBS4's Bobeth Yates spoke with experts about how the cruise industry moves forward.
Setting Sail Again From American Ports Proving To Be Difficult For Cruise LinesCBS4's Bobeth Yates reports Royal Caribbean postponed sailings on its Odyssey of the Seas after crew members test positive for COVID.
Nicklaus Children’s Hospital Seeing Increase In 'Summer Sickness'Summer is supposed to be the time of year when sickness subsides, but doctors at Nicklaus Children’s Hospital said this year, it’s the opposite.
US Surpasses 600K COVID Deaths As States Continue Peeling Back RestrictionsCBS4's Skyler Henry reports from Washington.
Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava Seeks Bump In Vaccination RatesMiami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava continues push for everyone in the county to get a vaccine. The Mayor was in north Miami on Wednesday seeking to bump up the vaccination rates.
It Appears No Incentive Would Sway Those Adamant About Not Getting COVID VaccineCBS4's Karli Barnett shares the details of a vaccination survey by CBS News. Read more: https://cbsloc.al/3vqIis9
600,000 Americans Have Now Died To COVIDCBS4's Karli Barnett has more on the grim milestone.
US Reaches Grim Milestone Of 600K COVID DeathsCBS4's Keith Jones reports there's also growing concern over another COVID variant.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis Downplays The Coronavirus Delta 'Variant Of Concern'DeSantis avoided directly answering a reporter’s question about whether the state needs to do more to prepare for the Delta variant. Katie Johnston reports.
Study Finds Warmer Temps, Increased Humidity & Higher Levels Of UV Radiation Associated With Decreased COVID TransmissionCBS4's Peter D'Oench explains. Read more: https://cbsloc.al/3xiWoxa
Futurist Bruce Turkel Shares What A Post-Pandemic World Could Look LikeCBS4's Hank Tester spoke to Turkel about his "Tri-Life" concept.
New Research Is Looking At How Heat, Humidity & UV Rays May Impact The Spread Of COVIDCBS4's Dina Demetrius explains how South Florida's sticky summertime weather could suppress the spread of the coronavirus.
Dangerous Delta COVID Variant Causing Trouble In ChinaCBS4's Ramy Inocencio reports it could be a bigger threat than the initial coronavirus that originated in China.
Another COVID Vaccine Could Be Headed To MarketCBS4's Skyler Henry reports Novavax is expected to ask for permission soon.
Vaccination Event Held For Farmers In HomesteadMiami-Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava joined an event to vaccinate farm workers in Homestead on Saturday morning.
Protesters Gather In Fort Lauderdale To Demand The US Share COVID Vaccine With WorldOn Thursday morning, protestors rallied outside the federal building in Fort Lauderdale chanting, “Don’t be greedy, share the shot.”
Health Officials Worried About A New & Dangerous COVID VariantCBS4's Austin Carter reports this comes as demand for the vaccine among Americans is getting weaker.
Push On To Get More People Vaccinated For The CoronavirusIt appears goal to vaccinate 70 percent of the population in the US may fall short.
Possible Link Between COVID-19 Vaccine & Heart InflammationA higher-than-expected number of cases of a heart ailment detected among young people who've received their second doses of the Pfizer and Moderna Covid-19 vaccines.
Pfizer Opens Trials For Young ChildrenPfizer will begin testing COVID vaccines in younger children.

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