City To Require Masks At City Facilities

Beginning Thursday, January 6th, the City of Coral Gables will require staff and visitors to wear masks at all City facilities. The recent rise in COVID-19 cases due to the Omicron variant have led to precautionary measures once again. Guests…

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If You Test Positive For COVID-19…

Miami-Dade County has put out the following flyer on steps that should be taken if you test positive for COVID-19. If you have symptoms and need to get tested, please visit: https://www.miamidade.gov/global/initiatives/coronavirus/testing-locations.page for a full list of testing sites in…

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Vaccines Available At Coral Gables Library December 26 & 27

The City of Coral Gables has partnered with Miami-Dade County to offer vaccinations at the Coral Gables Branch Library on Sunday, December 26th and Monday, December 27th. The site will offer the first dose of Moderna, Pfizer and Johnson &…

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City To Hold Vaccination Event Friday

The City of Coral Gables will be partnering with the State of Florida to hold a pop-up vaccination event on Friday September 10th from 1:00PM to 5:00PM at the Coral Gables Branch Library parking lot. The vaccination site will not…

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First United Methodist Church Holding COVID-19 Vaccination Events

As the number of COVID-19 cases continues to rise with the spread of the delta variant, the Florida Department of Health will be administering COVID-19 vaccines at the First United Methodist Church of Coral Gables parking lot. No appointments are…

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County & City Re-institute Mask Requirements At Facilities; UM Requires Staff Get Vaccinated

On Wednesday, July 28th, Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava announced that Miami-Dade County would reinstate a mask requirement at all Miami-Dade County government facilities due to the steep rise of confirmed COVID-19 cases. On Saturday, August 2nd, the State…

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Latest Coral Gables COVID-19 Numbers

Numbers provided by the Florida Department of Health – May 17, 2021. Cases: 8,520

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Coral Gables Commission Chambers To Re-Open To The Public

The City of Coral Gables Commission Chambers were last opened to the public for the March 11th meeting in 2020. As the COVID-19 pandemic hit South Florida, the City Commission began working remotely to ensure the safety of Commissioners, staff…

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COVID-19: A Year Later

On March 22, 2020, the first four cases of COVID-19 were reported in Coral Gables residents. Since then, an additional 7,594 residents have tested positive for COVID-19, including the City’s Mayor, ranking it 48th out of 410 municipalities in the…

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DeSantis: Vaccine Age Eligibility Moving To 40+ On March 29 And 18+ On April 5

On Thursday, March 25th, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis announced changes to COVID-19 vaccine eligibility. The Governor announced that beginning Monday, March 29th, the State of Florida’s eligibility based on age will be lowered to all residents 40 years of age…

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