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The Johnson and Johnson vaccine has led to very serious side effects for six women who have gotten their doses.

Johnson & Johnson Halts COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution

Mia Cabrera, Staff Writer April 20, 2021

Distribution of the Johnson and Johnson COVID-19 vaccine has been halted after serious illnesses have emerged in several women who have received their doses. Though its distribution just began in March,...

The COVID-19 vaccine has now become available for 16 year olds and older in Florida.

The COVID Vaccine: Where Are We Now?

Mia Cabrera, Staff Writer April 5, 2021

Florida has already managed to rapidly move up their COVID-19 vaccine distribution timeline, extending eligibility to everybody 16 years of age and older on April 5. When the vaccine was first given...

Enjoy a picnic outside to safely spend Spring break.

How to Have a COVID-19 Friendly Spring Break

Mia Cabrera, Staff Writer March 27, 2021

Though it is unlikely that anybody would have expected it to last this long, COVID-19 is still prevalent, unfortunately cutting into this year’s Spring break. Every year, students from all over the U.S....

On Feb. 27 against the Columbus Explorers junior Romulo Delgado brought the ball to the hoop despite the Explorers' defense.

Cavalier Basketball Team Takes on States

Audrey Simon, Staff Writer March 13, 2021

After coming in contact with COVID-19, the Cavaliers varsity basketball team was forced to forfeit the end of their 2020-2021 season after winning the district championship a week prior. However, as they...

The latest regulations for vaccine distribution in Florida were announced by DeSantis earlier this week. Meanwhile, Democrats accuse the Governor of favoritism during this time of crisis.

Latest Vaccine News in Florida: DeSantis Accused of Favoritism

Daphne Renoux, Staff Writer March 13, 2021

Governor Ron DeSantis has just passed an executive order that allows Floridians over the age of 50 in certain professions to get the COVID-19 vaccine. The governor also decided to encourage the opening...

Quarantine Throwbacks

Arlett Bouza, CavsTV Staff March 12, 2021

March 2020, the beginning of our “2 week quarantine”. While bored at home, the internet was filled with crazy do it yourself projects and TikTok dances that even celebrities took the time to learn....

$1.9T Coronavirus Relief Bill Passes in the House

$1.9T Coronavirus Relief Bill Passes in the House

Sam Sommer, CavsTV Staff March 7, 2021

A bill aiming for Coronavirus relief passed in the House of Representatives on the 28th of February. This bill, now heading to the Senate, aims to give many Americans more stimulus checks, prolong the...

Mental health has been a growing concern for years, but with COVID-19 cases on the rise, teenagers are feeling the pressure now more than ever.

The Mental Health Crisis Facing Our Youth

Ana Font, CavsTV Staff March 5, 2021

Life was stressful before the pandemic, but new challenges such as virtual learning, staying safe and coping with sickness have contributed an additional toll. Everyone needs help sometimes - and acknowledging...

CavsChat: Viral – Season Two, Episode Three

Gabriel Wagner and Chloe Grant January 23, 2021

Welcome to a very special episode of the Viral, hosted by Chloe Grant and Gabriel Wagner. In today’s episode, how has COVID-19 affected journalism, here in Coral Gables Senior High? How have publications...

Junior Ella Londono completes her titration experiment in the comfort of her home.

Cavaliers Complete Chemistry IAs at Home

Isabel Donner, Staff Writer January 20, 2021

Every year, Coral Gables Senior High students in the International Baccalaureate program work hard to complete their Internal Assessments, a crucial step in receiving credit for an IB class. However, like...

Due to eviction moratorium ending on Dec. 31, concerns arise about the tenants that are losing their homes and the effect it could have on the virus.

Eviction Crisis: The End of the Moratorium

Leidi-Di Salcedo-Urena, Staff Writer December 21, 2020

COVID-19 has left many families in a state of financial unrest. With millions of Americans unemployed, a new record since the Great Depression, and with Congress still divided on stimulus checks, many...

PSA: Wear A Mask

Alana Fernandez, CavsTV Staff December 18, 2020

What was only supposed to be a two week quarantine period to prevent the spread of this unbelievable disease, quickly turned into a history-making time. Corona virus quickly spread across the globe, affecting...

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