Today is Monday, April 26 and these are the main news of the day:
1. Pain and outrage has caused the shooting death of Elijah LaFrance, a 3-year-old little boy who was celebrating his birthday party and who lost his life in the middle of an altercation, in a rented Airbnb house, in the Golden Glades area . A 21-year-old girl was also injured. The person in charge is still at large.
2. The vaccination center on Miami Dade College’s north campus again used the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. 3,000 doses will be available each day following a recommendation from the Centers for Disease Control. To receive the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, individuals will need to sign a consent letter.
3. A new walk-in vaccination center will open in Miami Gardens at 18800 NW 28 place, which will operate Monday through Sunday, from 11 am to 7 pm. Davie is operating another 18+ or 16-17 year old with a parent or guardian. It is in the multipurpose center of Davie Pine Island Park between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m.
4. If you used the Miami-Dade transit system over the weekend, you may have noticed some changes. The trains, the metrobus, metrorail and metromover increased the passenger capacity, although the use of the mask and some blocked seats will be maintained, to achieve social distance. As of June 1, the collection of fees will resume.
5. The 93rd edition of the Oscars, marked a milestone in history due to the diversity of its winners. Nomadland was chosen for Best Picture, Frances McDormand for Best Leading Actress, Chloe Zhao for Best Director, Anthony Hopkins for Best Actor for his role in The Father. Daniel Kaluuya won for best supporting actor and Youn Yuh-jung for best supporting actress.