Tuesday, June 28, 2022

Tag: COVID-19

COVID-19: ¿Se canceló la fiesta?

A lo largo del país, varias escuelas y universidades han sido convertidas en centros educativos en línea para prevenir la propagación del coronavirus. Pero...

Coronavirus has affected over 7,000 blood drives. Here is how to...

The spread of the coronavirus has disrupted all walks of life. It has also caused the cancellation of thousands of blood drives nationwide, which...

Miami is a unique landscape for infectious diseases like COVID-19, expert...

Amid a record plunge in stocks, hundreds dead from coast to coast, and unmatched anguish, the United States continues to brace for the impact...

Small South Florida businesses struggling amidst coronavirus shutdown (includes video story)

The coronavirus has ground all of the global economy to a halt, but in South Florida, local businesses are suffering the most. Places such as...

Long lines, empty shelves: Sociologists explain why people are hoarding supplies

Juan Vicente Gonzalez went to five stores last week in a semi-successful hunt for food and other supplies for his family. He is the...

COVID-19: Desabastecimiento (includes video story)

Desde que inició la crisis del coronavirus, los estantes de productos básicos en los supermercados se han visto vacíos por semanas. Ni bien llegan los...

Attacks on Asian-Americans rise in tandem with coronavirus

Since the spread of the coronavirus began in late 2019, a new wave of racism and xenophobia has plagued Asian-Americans. Just a couple weeks...

Coronavirus update: State total doubles, UM student is positive and Hard...

It's Monday, March 23, and coronavirus cases have nearly doubled state-wide since last Friday.  Miami-Dade has taken the lead with over 220 cases, and...

Florida primary breakdown: Despite coronavirus Democrats showed up more than in...

In true Florida fashion, nothing stopped voters from casting ballots in the Democratic primary on Tuesday — not even the COVID-19 outbreak. According to the...

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,...