Because the health and well-being of our readers is of utmost importance, M•I•A MEDIA GROUP will provide daily updates regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic from the CDC, State of Florida, Miami-Dade County, Broward County, and Palm Beach County.
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Daily Coronavirus COVID-19 Pandemic Updates

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CDC COVID-19 Pandemic Updates
What’s New From The CDC

Running Essential Errands
Grocery Shopping, Take-Out, Banking, Getting Gas, and Doctor Visits

The State Of Florida
 COVID-19 Pandemic Updates
1st Phase of Florida Reopening Plan to Begin, Excludes Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach

DeSantis announces Florida will start opening businesses Monday with restrictions

Coronavirus Live Updates: Here’s What To Know in South Florida

South Florida Counties Opening Recreational Facilities, With Limits

Coronavirus And The Black Community
What Black Doctors And Nurses Want You To Know About COVID-19

Miami-Dade County
COVID-19 Pandemic Updates
Miami-Dade ‘not over the hill’ on coronavirus but hospitalizations are leveling off

Miami-Dade ready to reopen parks, but not all its cities will

City of Miami Updates: Emergency Order, Current Closures

City of Miami Gardens’ Parks will remain closed until further notice

Broward County
COVID-19 Pandemic Updates
Broward County COVID-19 Park Updates What’s Open, What’s Closed?

As Broward Reopens Parks, Some Cities Discuss Beaches Next And Others Say They’ll Wait
Palm Beach County
COVID-19 Pandemic Updates
Palm Beach County excluded from state's plan to re-open Florida
Related News Updates
Funding Sources & Job Career Information

List of Florida PPP banks

Small Business Emergency Loan Program (Miami) )

Business Continuity Micro-Enterprise Program (Miami)

Use IRS Non-Filers: Enter Payment Here tool to get Economic Impact Payment; many low-income, homeless qualify

IRS enhances Get My Payment online application to help taxpayers

Floridians who struggled to file for unemployment will receive retroactive benefits. Contractors, self-employed can now apply through DEO for federal unemployment benefits

Home Relief & Resources

The City of Miami Emergency Rental & Utilities Assistance Program

 Landlord-Tenant Relief Fund $1,000 for 1,000 Renters Residing in Hialeah 

Save Our Business Fund Rent for 400 Hialeah Businesses 
Health Data & Info

Data is The Key to Florida’s Reopening. Here’s a Guide To The Coronavirus Statistics That Matter Most

Lysol RB Statement: Improper Use of Disinfectants
Food Distribution Sources

Free Food Distribution in South Florida

Florida Food Pantries List By City

Feeding South Florida Upcoming Drive-Thru Distribution Dates 
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