Coronavirus

Majority of Martin County Students Start in-classroom Learning Today

School starts today, in the classroom, for nearly 70% of Martin County students whose parents opted for in-person learning. Students will wear masks as they ride the bus and must stay 6 feet apart while in the classroom, in order to take their mask off. Martin County Schools says about 38% of district students will […]

Dr. Fauci: Coronavirus Vaccine Could only be 50% Effective

Infectious diseases expert Dr. Anthony Fauci says the upcoming coronavirus vaccine could possibly wind up being effective only 50% of the time. Fauci – Effective Vaccine More than five million people have now reportedly contracted the virus in the US and killed more than 160,000. The U.S. has reported about a quarter of all infections […]

CONCERN: Many Floridians Receive positive COVID-19 results but Never Got Tested

South Florida physicians are reporting that some patients who got sick of waiting in line at CB Smith Park in Broward county, and left without getting tested for coronavirus, received a positive test result in the mail because they left and screwed up the lineup chronology. This outcome has been reported dozens of times and […]

Martin’s Facial Covering Order Expires; Dozens of Teachers Leave

The mask ordinance that had required all Martin County residents to wear face coverings where social distancing is not possible has expired. County officials unanimously passed the order, which was valid for 30 days and was not renewed, on July 7. As of Aug. 7, Martin County has reported 3,802 coronavirus cases and 92 deaths, […]

Broward Extends Curfew; Deputies Crack Down on “Roving Car Clubs”

If you live work or play in Broward County, officials have some news for you. The county’s nighttime curfew has been extended, they announced Wednesday. However, residents will no longer be legally responsible for making sure their guests wear masks. The changes came in an order signed by County Administrator Bertha Henry. It extends the […]

Coronavirus Knocks out More Miami Marlins

Four more Miami Marlins players have tested positive for COVID-19 bringing the total to at least 17, according to team doctors. On Monday, the total of confirmed cases stood at 11 players and two coaches. The team was benched due to the virus for the first two home games, which were set for Monday and […]

FAU Provides Accurate Coronavirus Data

Over 20 more deaths in South Florida are blamed on the coronavirus but some of those deaths may have been from as far back as May and are just being reported now. The Florida Department of Health yesterday announced 16 deaths in Miami-Dade County, three in Palm Beach County and two in Broward County. Statewide, […]

Miami Marlins Home Opener Canceled due to COVID Outbreak

(Miami, FL) — A coronavirus outbreak on the Miami Marlins is forcing the cancelation of the team’s home opener tonight. ESPN reports there are now at least 14 cases of the virus on the team. BREAKING: The Miami Marlins' season opener tonight has been canceled due to a COVID-19 breakout, according to @ESPN. At least […]

WATCH LIVE: VP Mike Pence Visits Miami as UM tests COVID Vaccine

Vice President Mike Pence visits the University of Miami today to discuss a possible coronavirus breakthrough. Mike Pence will visit the University of Miami, where clinical trials are getting under way on a vaccine. About a thousand people will be part of a clinical trial involving a vaccine developed by Moderna. The university’s Miller School […]

UPDATED: PBC School Board Votes to Move Reopening Date to August 31

UPDATE: The Palm Beach County School Board has voted unanimously, 7-0, to move the beginning of the 2020-21 academic year to Monday, Aug 31 from Monday, Aug. 10, and only with distance learning. During Wednesday’s meeting, a tense moment occurred as school board members debated when and which students would return to school campuses. “We […]