Final-stage testing of COVID-19 vaccine begins

Vice President Mike Pence spoke in Miami as the biggest test yet of an experimental COVID-19 vaccine got underway Monday. He visited one of the sites where the clinical trial will take place. (July 27)

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Miami: people line up at coronavirus testing site as cases surge in Florida | AFP

People line up in their cars at drive-through coronavirus testing site, next to another walk-in testing area in Miami, Florida, as cases surge in the US southern and western states.

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Miami hospital facing bed shortages amid pandemic

Dr. Nicholas Namias, chief of trauma and surgical critical care at Jackson Memorial Hospital, says diminishing bed capacity is creating problems at the Miami medical center. (July 15.)

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Cars line up at COVID-19 test site in Miami as Florida cases surge | AFP

Dozens of cars line up at a COVID-19 drive-through test site in Miami as coronavirus cases surge in the southern US state of Florida. IMAGES

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US: Scene outside Miami hospital as COVID-19 cases soar in Florida | AFP

Health workers and an ambulance are seen outside Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami as Florida reports its highest daily death count from COVID-19 so far. IMAGES

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President Trump arrives in Miami as Saturday’s rally in New Hampshire is delayed | AFP

US President Trump arrives in Miami to participate in a briefing on drug trafficking, as the White House confirms his rally in New Hampshire on Saturday will be cancelled because of a “big storm”. IMAGES

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Florida governor says state to send 100 health workers to Miami hospital | AFP

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis says the state will send 100 health workers to Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami to help the facility as it battles the coronavirus pandemic. “I think that that’ll be something that’ll be very useful for them as they continue to deal with not only just Covid patients, but also non-Covid patients,” says DeSantis during a press conference at Pan American Hospital in Miami. SOUNDBITE

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Miami: South Pointe beach closed for July 4th weekend as coronavirus cases surge | AFP

South Pointe beach in Miami is deserted and quiet, except for a wandering cat and patrolling police. Florida has been forced to re-close restaurants, barsm and beaches over a surge in coronavirus cases, ahead of the July 4 weekend. IMAGES

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Miami’s South Beach packed despite Florida COVID-19 surge | AFP

Residents flock to South Beach in Miami Beach, Florida, despite a spike in the number of COVID-19 cases. The state, which decided to slow its reopening, reported 8,942 new cases of COVID-19 on 26 June 2020, as well as 39 new deaths and 212 additional hospitalizations. AERIALS & IMAGESN°1U61IM

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Long line of cars wait at coronavirus drive-through testing site in Miami | AFP

A very long line of cars waits at a coronavirus drive-through testing site in the parking lot of the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, as Florida grapples with a surge of COVID-19 cases. IMAGES

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Miami: people wait at drive-through coronavirus testing site as cases surge | AFP

People wait in their cars to get tested at a drive-through coronavirus testing site set up on Hard Rock stadium parking lot in Miami, Florida, as cases across the US South and West surge. Nearly four months after the United States reported its first death from the virus, the nation faces a deepening health crisis. IMAGES

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Miami beaches open after three months of COVID-19 closure | AFP

Miami’s beaches in South Florida opened for the first time in three months Wednesday, an emotional moment for many residents whose leisure and financial well-being are intrinsically tied to the sandy shores, which were closed due to coronavirus.

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Trump: when looting happens, ‘people get shot’

President Trump defended his tweet warning amid unrest in Minneapolis that said “when the looting starts, the shooting starts.” The phrase echoes the language of a Miami police chief in 1967 who made clear his distaste for civil rights activists. (May 29)

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Guetta raising spirits and money for COVID-19 relief

David Guetta set up shop on a Miami rooftop and blasted party music while neighbors danced on balconies or joined in via Zoom. Donations went to organizations including WHO, Feeding America, and Fondation Hopitaux de Paris. (May 28)

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AP Top Stories May 15 A

Here’s the latest for Friday May 15th: Trump pledges to restock national medical stockpile; Texas reaches new one-day highs in COVID-19 deaths and new cases; Fla. Gov. says Miami to reopen Monday; Military flyover in Hawaii.

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Crew members go on hunger strike aboard cruise ship docked in Miami | AFP

Footage of the Navigator of the Seas, a cruise ship operated by Royal Caribbean International and docked in the Port of Miami, as a group of crew members aboard has gone on hunger strike. The group is demanding that the company send them home after waiting for more than two months to be repatriated. They have been stranded at sea since the industry halted operations amid the coronavirus pandemic. IMAGES

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The Story of Miami 31, Nebraska 30 | AP Top 25 Podcast | Associated Press

The 1984 Orange Bowl was maybe the greatest college football game ever played. No. 1 Nebraska came in undefeated and trying to stamp itself as one the best teams of all time, but Miami pulled the upset in a thriller that launched the Hurricanes dynasty. AP’s Ralph Russo is joined by three guests to talk about what led up to that memorable night in South Florida and its aftermath. Former Miami Herald sportswriter Jim Martz provides the Hurricanes’ side of the story. Former Omaha World-Herald sports writer Lee Barfknecht gives the Huskers’ perspective. And ESPN’s Ivan Maisel provides some context to a game that signaled a shift in the balance of power in college football for years to come.

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Don Shula remembered for coaching, uniting Miami

Don Shula won the most games of any NFL coach and led the Miami Dolphins to the only perfect season in league history in 1972. He died Monday at his home in South Florida at age 90, but his legacy lives on. (May 4)

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The Recruiting Stars Shine at NFL Draft | AP Top 25 Podcast | Associated Press

The first night of the NFL draft went really well for the college football recruiting analysts. Most of the players selected in the first round were either four- or five-star recruits. Bud Elliott, recruiting analyst for 247 Sports, joins AP’s Ralph Russo to talk about how the inexact science of evaluating high school football players is improving. Plus, Miami continues to have a good number of players drafted and its recruiting rankings are pretty consistently better than the rest of their ACC Coastal Division rivals. Then why hasn’t the U. been able to turn that talent into consistent success on the field? Also, how will the extra-long recruiting dead period because of the coronavirus outbreak affect teams and players?

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Venezuelans out of work in Miami deliver home-cooked meals | AFP

Out of work amid the coronavirus pandemic, Uber driver Mario Amate and his chef neighbour Rafael Delgado are cooking up their favorite Venezuelan dishes and making deliveries to those staying at home in Miami. N°1QT7F4N°1QT7ZI

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Pitbull: ‘We’re going to face everything and rise’

During the coronavirus pandemic, Pitbull is proud of his home town of Miami and his new, uplifting “I Believe” anthem. (April 14)

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Coronavirus: Ship with two dead passengers aboard docks in Miami | AFP

The Coral Princess cruise ship, which is transporting two people who died of COVID-19 and other passengers infected with the coronavirus, docks in the port of Miami, Florida. IMAGES

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