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COVID-19-Miami-Lawyer-300x300En Miami, el personal de abogados de lesiones personales del bufete de abogados Perazzo ha llevado a cabo una extensa investigación sobre COVID-19 y lo que significa para los consumidores y propietarios de negocios en Miami-Dade y Broward. Esta investigación y la información que sigue tiene como objetivo ayudarlo a usted, amigos y familiares, a mantenerse a salvo e implementar procedimientos de seguridad para enfrentar la pandemia de coronavirus de manera más efectiva e informar sobre las pautas preventivas emitidas por los CDC (Centro para el Control y las Enfermedades) y la FDA. (Administración de Alimentos y Medicamentos).

Este artículo para la prevención del coronavirus se aplica a consumidores, minoristas, mayoristas y operadores comerciales en varios sectores comerciales, como servicios de alimentos, entretenimiento, transporte y más.

En Miami, el bufete de abogados Perazzo coloca los mejores intereses de los residentes de Florida al frente de la pandemia de COVID-19 y cualquier reclamo por lesiones personales o casos provocados por la propagación del coronavirus dentro de Miami-Dade y el condado de Broward.

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Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is battling one of Florida’s most important industries upon giving the green light to allow that would make it illegal for  business operators to ask their customers if they have received the coronavirus shot. This is a measure that has ruffled the feathers of one industry, the cruise ship industry, which accounts for a big chunk of the State’s revenue. The law, according to cruise ship operators sailing out of Florida ports, claim it only serves to further threaten the already fragile financial situation gripping cruise lines. Meanwhile, the CDC, has made evident their desire for cruise ships to get back at sea for the first time since the coronavirus breakout in March 2020.

Concerns over the spread of COVID aboard cruise ships stems mainly from the large number of people interacting with one another over extended periods of time within close quarters. Thus, the CDC is working along side cruise lines to make it mandatory for passengers, staff, and operators to have been fully vaccinated with one of the COVID vaccines.

However, Governor DeSantis is shooting to make obliging people to get vaccinated to travel aboard a cruise ship illegal, given that it justifies as a sort of discrimination. This is what Governor DeSantis had to say in a recent quote, “In Florida, your personal choice regarding vaccinations will be protected, and no business or government entity will be able to deny you services based on your decision.”

NOTICIAS SOBRE COVID EN MIAMI-DADE, BROWARD, Y ORANGE COUNTY

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PFIZER DOSIS BOOSTER AHORA DISPONIBLES EN TIENDAS MINORISTAS DE FLORIDA

Varios puntos de venta minoristas populares en Florida han comenzado a ofrecer vacunas de refuerzo de COVID-19 a aquellos que han recibido ambas dosis de Pfizer de la llamada “vacuna”.

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VIAJES GRATIS EN UBER & LYFT PARA AQUELLOS QUE QUIEREN VACUNARSE

El gobierno anunció un programa para que Uber & Lyft ofrezca viajes gratis a quienes quieran recibir su vacuna COVID.

Según un comunicado de prensa oficial, Uber y Lyft ofrecerán viajes de ida y vuelta gratuitos a miles de centros de vacunación.

SHOPPING-MALL-ACCIDENT-LAWYER-IN-MIAMI-225x300FLORIDA MALL PARKING LOT SHOOTING 

Orlando, Daytona Beach: One man resulted injured after a shooting broke-out at the Florida Mall in Orange County this past Saturday night. According to a store mall manager, an employee alerted 911 after spotting a man with a gun inside the mall just by the main entrance.  According to reports, the man made his way into the Florida Mall after having been shot in the parking lot by someone inside a vehicle. Shoppers were alerted of the shooting incident upon stumbling onto flashing police lights and yellow crime-scene taped zigzagged around a large section of the Florida Mall parking lot. The man is in stable condition as deputies search for the Florida Mall parking lot shooter. In Miami, the Perazzo Law Firm’s staff of personal injury accident attorneys handle situations that lead to injury or losses to shopping mall visitors when business operators are found liable for negligence (see Shopping Mall Accident in Miami).

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BROWARD SCHOOL DISTRICT BEING SUED BY TEACHERS

MIAMI-SCHOOL-LAWYER-195x300While the spread of COVID-19 among Floridians, especially those in Miami-Dade and Broward Counties, shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon, the Broward school district is obliging teachers and students back into the classrooms. However, the Broward Teacher’s Union says, No Way, Jose!

The Broward Teacher’s Union, which represents some 18,000 teachers, social workers, mental health professionals, counselors, and other staff. is suing the Broward Public School District on the grounds that it is unconstitutional for the district to order teachers and staff back into the classrooms while COVID-19 continues to kill people in Florida. In the meantime, there is an arbitrational lockdown between the Broward Teachers Union (BTU) and the Broward Public School System.

MIAMI-SUPER-BOWL-LAWYER-286x300SUPERBOWL SUNDAY AND COVID-19 PREVENTION

As Super Bowl Sunday nibbles at the feet of football fans around the world, so does the coronavirus. That is why, the Perazzo Law Firm and its staff of personal injury lawyers, want to share some useful information to help you stay safe when partaking of this unprecedented Super Bowl Sunday in Miami.

On February 7, 2021, at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Super Bowl LV will be played before the set limit of 22,000 spectators, who will watch the home team, the Tampa Buccaneers, take on the Kansas City Chiefs. But what does that mean to bar, restaurant, and other business operators ready to cater to hardcore football fans amid the COVID-19 pandemic and the whopping daily number of cases throughout Miami-Dade?

COVID-19-Miami-Lawyer-300x300CORONAVIRUS VACCINE SHOTS AVAILABLE AT SELECT PUBLIX PHARMACIES

The Perazzo Law Firm informs that several Publix Pharmacies will be offering COVID-19 vaccine shots to individuals that meet certain vaccination criteria.

On Tuesday, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis announced that Publix grocery store drugstores will begin  a pilot test to offer doses of the coronavirus vaccine to eligible groups of people by appointment only.

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IN MIAMI, THE PERAZZO LAW FIRM SHARES SAFETY INFORMATION ABOUT THE PFIZER CORONAVIRUS VACCINE IN FLORIDA

While the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine arrives to Florida and debuts in Tampa, it brings hope to Miami residents and draws the attention of people from around the world. But is it safe for everyone? Though the FDA has been very transparent during the clinical trial studies, it usually authorizes a vaccine following six months of studies. Interestingly, the Pfizer vaccine received approval after only two months. This raises concern over its effectiveness and dangers. Thus, the Perazzo Law Firm in Miami shares valuable insight for those considering to have the Pfizer coronavirus vaccine administered. Read the safety guidelines below:

SAFETY INFORMATION ABOUT ADMINISTERING THE PFIZER BIONTECH COVID-19 VACCINE:

UBER IN MIAMI DURING THE COVID PANDEMIC

COVID-19-Miami-Lawyer-300x300In Miami, the personal injury lawyer, Jonathan Perazzo, shares insight into Uber during the COVID pandemic, and how to stay safe before, during, and after an Uber ride in Miami-Dade.

The rideshare share services company, Uber, has played a crucial role in keeping Miami residents connected, by providing transportation to essential workers such as doctors and nurses, delivering goods to those under quarantine, and much more. For example, Uber provided some 300,000 free rides and meals for NHS workers and createdUber Medics, a service which allowed drivers to support frontline staff when non-essential travel was restricted. Since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, some 290,000 U.S. citizens have died, with 253,000 reported COVID cases in Miami-Dade alone. This is why, Uber has requested Governor DeSantis to allow its workers to be among the first to receive the COVID vaccine, which Pfizer is expected to deliver in the coming weeks according to the FDA.

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