Andy Slavitt, Rod Stabler, Mexico discussed on South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo


Boulevard and the Golden Glades. Your next update in 10 minutes on news radio 6 10 w i, o D and we're taking a look right now at Doppler radar. It's going to be another hot afternoon for us here. In the Tri county right now, Not too bad. We've got nearly 83 degrees in Fort Lauderdale and pushing 83 right now in portions of Kendall at a 31. Miami Dade elected officials, community leaders and police are ready to tackle this uptick in gun violence that we've seen lately. Commission chair Jose Padilla says the peace and prosperity plan, which has unanimously cleared the commission addresses the problem in every angle possible from the criminal side directly and engagement with our police department. The mentoring to helping create jobs for our our Children, which is our future of our community. The enforcement angle operation Summer Heat has already led to 150 arrests since Friday. Nearly 200 license plate readers are being deployed in starting this weekend. Joint police and code enforcement. Special units will be sent out to party hotspots at 8 32. The graduates of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School are an inspiration those words from President Biden in a virtual address. The graduating senior class last night at the BB and T Center. I hadn't said with the deadly mass shooting as freshmen and the pandemic in their junior and senior years, these graduates show to strengthen resilience that makes him proud. 32. It's becoming safer for people vaccinate against coronavirus to travel again. The CDC no longer consider 62 destinations to have high risk of covid that includes Japan, Canada, Mexico, Italy, France. Spain and Germany that have all been lowered to level three. White House Covid advisor says This is his last day on the job. Andy Slavitt always considered it a temporary role, he told reporters at 13 States have now met the president's fourth of July goal early to have 70% of adults partially vaccinated, and one H group is standing out amongst the rest. A new study by the CDC in Atlanta shows older Americans for the most part of hit a home run by getting their shots, Researchers found the largest decline in cases, hospitalizations and deaths came among those 65 older digging deeper into the numbers. There was a 59% drop versus 55% for those in the 18 to 49 age Group. As of this week, the CDC says more than 86% of older Americans have received at least one dose of the vaccine. That's far above the goal that President Biden is set for the July 4th holiday when he wants to see at least 70% get one shocked. That is Rod Stabler's reporting. At a 34 Rescuers in Mexico are trying to reach passengers trapped in the aftermath of a deadly bus crash about 50 workers from a Honda car factory were on board when the bus flipped over and landed on its side. Near San Diego border. Tijuana. Police say At least seven people are dead and dozens more injured. At 8 34 this afternoon officially starts summer for thousands of Children in South Florida, which means, of course, whether permitting pool parties Beware of the pandemic pool effect. Safety experts say many kids did not swim or take lessons last summer said they may need refresher classes before they hit the pool. Nikki Fleming with the U. S consumer product Safety Commission says Florida.

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