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COVID19

Prospera anuncia nueva iniciativa del Aspen Institute para ayudar a negocios hispanos en Miami perjudicados por la pandemia

  El Aspen Institute Latinos & Society Program (AILAS) y Prospera se complacen en anunciar la participación de Miami en el City Learning and Action Lab, un nuevo programa de 12 meses presentado por AILAS en colaboración con el Nowak Metro Finance Lab de Drexel University y Christopher Gergen, director ejecutivo de la firma de inversión Forward Impact y Henry Crown Fellow del Aspen Institute.   “Este es el primer ...

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Confusion over vaccine certificates could hamper travel recovery, says GlobalData

The lack of an internationally recognized vaccine certification system could hinder travel recovery as many travelers are left confused about quarantine requirements and travel restrictions. With varying rules, some may opt for domestic trips, dealing a blow to destinations that are dependent on international visitation, says GlobalData, a leading data and analytics company. Gus Gardner, Associate Travel and Tourism Analyst ...

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The Broward County Emergency Rental Assistance program can pay up to 12 months in past due rent and utilities if renters have experienced financial hardship due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

To assist Broward County renters in avoiding eviction, the County is offering emergency rent and utility payments to low-income renters through the Emergency Rental Assistance Program (ERAP). Applications are still being accepted, but eviction protections have ended so renters are urged to act quickly. Broward County has opened four in-person intake centers to help speed the application process in addition ...

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El golpe de COVID-19 en la Florida (con la variante Delta) es muy diferente al año pasado, afirman los hospitales

Por Laura Rivera W * Especial para La Familia de Broward La cantidad de hospitalizaciones por casos de COVID-19, con la variante Delta, ha ido en aumento en el Estado de la Florida y rompió récords la semana pasada. Por esa razón, el gobernador Ron DeSantis organizó el miércoles una mesa redonda virtual con los directores generales de los hospitales ...

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Governor Ron DeSantis Highlights Success of Monoclonal Antibody Treatments for COVID-19 at Tampa General Hospital

Governor Ron DeSantis joined leaders from Tampa General Hospital (TGH) and the University of South Florida (USF) Health Morsani College of Medicine to discuss the efficacy of monoclonal antibody treatments for COVID-19 patients “Although monoclonal antibodies have been used in earnest for almost all of 2021, they have not received much attention,” said Governor Ron DeSantis. “The results have been very ...

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Dominicano sobreviviente de COVID-19 presenta libro

Bajo el título “Un Intruso Inesperado”, el periodista y locutor dominicano José L Díaz, presentó su obra narrativa en colaboración con la junta directiva de la Feria del Libro de Miami y la más grande institución de estudios superiores de los Estados Unidos, la Miami Dade College. La obra, considerada como la primera escrita por un sobreviviente de COVID-19 de República Dominicana y segunda ...

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Sorteo de United ofrece a los pasajeros vacunados la oportunidad de ganar vuelos gratis

United Airlines ofrece a los miembros de su programa de lealtad la oportunidad de ganar un año de vuelos gratis, en apoyo del esfuerzo nacional de la administración Biden para alentar a más personas a vacunarse contra el COVID-19. Según los términos del sorteo “Your Shot to Fly”, cualquier miembro nuevo o existente de United MileagePlus que cargue sus registros ...

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Investigadores de los NIH identifican un posible nuevo fármaco antiviral para la COVID-19

El fármaco experimental TEMPOL puede ser un tratamiento antiviral oral prometedor para la COVID-19, se sugiere un estudio de cultivos celulares realizado por investigadores de los Institutos Nacionales de Salud (NIH). TEMPOL puede limitar la infección por SARS-CoV-2 al alterar la actividad de una enzima viral llamada ARN replicasa. El trabajo fue dirigido por investigadores del Instituto Nacional de Salud ...

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University will host world’s first Covid-19 vaccine booster trials

The world’s first Covid-19 vaccine booster jab is to be administered at the University of Bradford’s cutting-edge Digital Health Enterprise Zone The jabs are being tested as a possible precaution against variants of the coronavirus, with the trial lasting one year. The trial is being conducted by Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust in partnership with the University, as part ...

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Emergency broadband benefit starts today

The Federal Communications Commission kicked off the Emergency Broadband Benefit Program. During the COVID-19 pandemic, this program will make available up to $3.2 billion worth of consumer discounts on broadband services and equipment like computers and tablets. “This program will have a tremendous, positive impact on so many American households.  It’s an investment in American families and a vote of ...

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Fastlabs Adds new Covid-19 Testing Site in Broward

  FastLabs’ MD RV, the leading rapid medical testing company, is now offering patients a Broward location. The new location is at Sawgrass Mills Mall, located at 12801 W Sunrise Blvd, Sunrise, FL 33323, adjacent to Primark.   The site offers fast PCR tests, rapid antigen tests, rapid antibody tests, and a complete flu panel that tests over 19 common respiratory pathogens with ...

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Florida Department of Economic Opportunity Announces Florida’s ‘Return to Work’ Initiative

The Florida Department of Economic Opportunity announced Florida’s ‘Return to Work’ initiative. This initiative is focused on encouraging Floridians to return to the workforce, helping employers attract job seekers, and continuing to fuel the state’s economic growth.   Governor DeSantis recently issued Executive Order 21-102, which lifts all local COVID-19 restrictions and mandates on individuals and businesses. Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, ...

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