Wednesday, May 25, 2022

Tag: coronavirus

Xenophobia hurt Kendall businesses even before coronavirus

Nestled between Pembroke Pines and Hiatus Road, Kimchi Mart is one of many Korean markets in South Florida. Upon arrival, shoppers enter a quaint...

First person: Working at the polls during the coronavirus crisis

After a night of watching the latest episode of "Last Week Tonight" and several other videos emphasizing the importance of social distancing, my anxieties...

Thousands of FIU students petition for pass/fail grading due to coronavirus...

As Florida International University confirmed its first coronavirus case Tuesday, its students followed the lead of those across the nation by proposing to make...

Amid coronavirus fears, journalists asked to work remotely

The coronavirus is not just something reporters cover for the health beat  –it’s affecting every aspect of people’s lives including work, education, travel, sports...

Gender-fluid Venezuelan voter in Doral casts first ballot for Bernie Sanders

The threat of COVID-19 will not deter Vin Perez-Milano from voting. The 2020 election is the first one in which Perez-Milano, a gender-fluid Venezuelan, can...

North Miami declares state of emergency

The city of North Miami has officially declared a state of emergency and cancelled all special and city-supported events, according to the city’s official...

Florida primary election: Coronavirus edition

Welcome to Election Day in Florida! Despite postponements elsewhere, the Sunshine State has decided it will go through with its presidential preference primary after...

Coronavirus may hammer the global economy for years (video story included)

Aside from the deaths and obvious health deterioration caused by the coronavirus, the global economy has experienced a severe economic backlash. The New York...

Delivery business booms with coronavirus pandemic

In South Florida hurricane-warning-like fashion, people across the country are racing to stores and buying any available antibacterial product they can find. Hand soaps,...

Neither a global pandemic nor a state of emergency has deterred...

More than 200 cases of coronavirus have been confirmed in New York, with 95 in New York City, which is arguably the tourist capital...