A Look At Why It's Taking So Long To Get COVID Test ResultsCBS4's Joel Waldman explains.
Chief Medical Officer Of Children's Hospital Says Omicron Impacting Younger KidsCBS4's Peter D'Oench spoke with Dr. Marcos Mestre of Nicklaus Children’s Hospital.
Medical Expert Says Omicron Taking Its Toll On Younger ChildrenCBS4's Peter D'Oench spoke with Dr. Marcos Mestre, Nicklaus Children’s Hospital's chief medical officer.
CDC Says 99% Of Americans Live In Areas At High Risk For COVID InfectionsNaomi Ruchim reports hospitalizations are up over 30 percent.
Omicron Variant Leading To Record Number Of New CasesNaomi Ruchim reports new cases are putting a strain on hospitals from coast to coast.
Bitter Standoff Over COVID Safety Concerns Between Chicago Public Schools And Its Teachers UnionCBS4's Charlie De Mar explains.
Walmart To Temporarily Close Miami Store For COVID CleaningThe store, located at 6991 SW 8 Street, will reopen Monday at 6 a.m.
Rise In COVID Cases Concerning For FIU’s Infectious Disease Specialist Dr. Aileen MartyCBS4's Bobeth Yates has the story. Read more: https://cbsloc.al/3zCgRiW
Florida Reports New Record For COVID Cases In A DayFlorida reported close to 77,000 new cases in the past 24-hours, according to the CDC.
U.S. Supreme Court Conducts Special Session To Hear Arguments On Biden Administration Vaccine RequirementsCBS4's Skyler Henry reports on the U.S. Supreme Court's special session to hear the arguments on whether the Biden administration's vaccine requirements for health care workers.
COVID Red Flags To Look Out For If You've Contracted The VirusCBS4's Jessica Vallejo spoke with medical experts.
Miami Is Once Again America’s Healthiest CityAccording to Mindbody, the Magic City “has the highest number of residents who engage in exercise at least once a week (over 80%) and do so for at least 90 minutes a week (over 56%).”
Travelers Need To Be On COVID Requirements Alert When Travelling To The CaribbeanCBS4's Hank Tester has the story.
Florida Health Department Updates COVID-19 Testing Guidance To Reduce DemandPeople with symptoms who are not in the high-risk groups should get tested and seek medical attention only if necessary.
Florida To Distribute 1 Million At-Home COVID Tests, Starting With Nursing HomesGov. Ron DeSantis announced Thursday that the state will begin distributing around one million at-home COVID-19 tests this weekend, starting with nursing homes, long-term care, and then senior communities.
WEB EXTRA: Tips For Upgrading From Cloth Mask To Prevent COVID-19Experts say it's important to mask up to prevent COVID-19 from spreading, but with the new, rapidly spreading Omicron variant, they say cloth masks don't cut it anymore. Here are some mask tips to protect yourself and others during the surge.
Florida Adds Nearly 60,000 New Coronavirus CasesMiami-Dade has the second highest rate of new cases out of any county in the US.
COVID Q&A: Dr. Joshua Lenchus Fields Omicron-Related QuestionsCBS4's Lauren Pastrana started the interview by asking him about the CDC's vote to recommend vaccine booster shots for children as young as 12.
Local Mayors Stress Testing Vital In Fight Against Omicron SurgeCBS4's Jacqueline Quynh has the story.
Health Experts Say With Omicron, Cloth Masks Don't Cut It Any MoreCBS4's Wendy Gillette has the details.
Popular At-Home COVID-19 Rapid Test Kit Getting More ExpensiveWalmart and Kroger are raising prices on BinaxNOW test kits, made by Abbott Laboratories, after an agreement with the White House to sell the kits at cost expired.
2022 Grammy Awards Postponed Over Omicron RiskThe show was scheduled to take place on January 31, but will be rescheduled for a future date, The Recording Academy and CBS said in a joint statement on Wednesday.
Macy's To Cut Store Hours Due To Surge In COVID CasesMacy's stores will now open at 11 a.m. instead of 10 a.m. and close at 8 p.m. instead of 9 p.m.
Walmart Temporarily Closes Hollywood Store For COVID CleaningThe store, at 301 S. State Rd 7, closed at 2 p.m. on Wednesday, January 5. The location will remain closed Thursday, January 6, so workers can restock shelves and prep the store to reopen on Friday, January, at 6 a.m.