Website to order free Covid-19 tests is up and running

(CNN) — The federal government has quietly launched its website to sign up for free Covid-19 tests, allowing people to order a maximum of four testsRead More

UM students will attend virtual classes until Jan. 31

University of Miami students are starting their first two weeks of spring semester classes online on Tuesday as COVID-19 cases continue to surge. Starting JanuaryRead More

Additional local COVID-19 sites to offer monoclonal antibody treatments

Additional options are available for South Florida patients seeking treatment for COVID-19. Beginning Tuesday, Markham Park in Sunrise and Miami-Dade College North Campus in NorthwestRead More

US Covid-19 hospitalizations expected to substantially increase from an already record-high over the coming weeks, expert says

(CNN) — As hospitals across the US handle record-high Covid-19 hospitalizations nearly two years into the pandemic, staffing shortages are expanding as health care employees face prolongedRead More

Some COVID-19 testing sites in Broward closed Sunday due to severe weather

Due to severe weather taking place Sunday, some testing sites in Broward County were closed on Sunday. All three Coral Springs COVID-19 testing sites areRead More

Norwegian Joy returns to PortMiami; crew members sick with COVID-19

The Norwegian Joy returned to PortMiami this weekend after canceling future cruises. A passenger on its last voyage told 7News the ship returned Saturday withRead More

Wodapalooza CrossFit Festival returns to Miami following COVID pause

The world’s biggest strength and fitness contest has returned to South Florida after last year’s event was canceled due to COVID-19. The 10th Wodapalooza CrossFitRead More

Djokovic on Australian Open’s Day 1 program, pending appeal

MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — Novak Djokovic was scheduled to play his first-round Australian Open match on Monday night on a Day 1 program announced whileRead More

CDC: Florida surpasses 5 million COVID cases, reports over 49K new cases

Health officials said Florida has reached a grim milestone in the coronavirus pandemic as the state nears its peak of cases. The Centers for DiseaseRead More

2 Miami-Dade Transit bus routes temporarily suspended due to driver shortage amid omicron outbreak

A change in the public bus system is coming to Miami-Dade County as a result of the omicron outbreak. Starting this coming Thursday, two routesRead More