Today is Wednesday, April 28 and these are the main news of the day:
1. A man who entered a 7-11 store without covering his face was confronted by another customer and an employee who asked him to put on a mask. He refused to do so and when he realized that it was recorded he began to cough in the client’s face and scream that he had COVID. She then hit him on the arm and knocked over his cell phone. This subject could be charged with simple battery.
2. Broward Public Schools Superintendent Robert Runcie said he was willing to step down to bring peace to the community and face the charge of perjury against him. Runcie is accused of lying to a grand jury about alleged mismanagement of security in the school district during the Parkland massacre, which left 17 dead and 17 injured.
3. Starting Monday, Miami-Dade public school employees and students who have been exposed to a person with coronavirus will only need to be quarantined for 10 days, instead of two weeks. And those who are fully vaccinated will not have to quarantine.
4. You are operating a new vaccination site in Miami Beach, at 17th Street and Convention Center Drive. It works from Monday to Sunday, between 8 in the morning and 7 at night, administering up to 250 Pfizer vaccines daily. You do not need to make an appointment, but you do need to bring proof of Florida residency.
5. The Summer Savings Pass is on sale for $ 60 plus tax for adults and $ 50 plus tax for children ages 3-12. The pass allows unlimited visits from May 10 to August 31, 2021, to the Metro Zoo Miami, the Miami Seaquarium and the Lion Country Safari, in Palm Beach County. To purchase it, visit this page.