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El Noticierito: Dengue fever in Florida; accelerate COVID test results; king of Spain and more

Welcome to another edition of El Noticierito, our mini video news summary. These are the main headlines.

Four New Dengue Cases Confirmed in the Florida Keys

Four more cases of dengue have been confirmed in the Florida Keys, bringing the number reported this year by the Monroe County Health Department to 26. Most of the cases were concentrated in a two-mile zone in Cayo Largo. This is the first dengue outbreak in the Keys in a decade.

Miami-Dade tests announced to accelerate COVID-19 test results

Coronavirus testing centers at Marlins Park and Hard Rock Stadium will have a 15-minute antigen test lane for people with symptoms and seniors starting today, which will help decrease the response time of the As a result, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis announced.

Venezuela is approaching 21,000 COVID-19 infections

Venezuela reported on Monday 548 new infections of COVID-19 as the total cases amounted to more than 20 thousand with 180 deaths. According to the country’s communications minister, 71 of these cases would be by Venezuelans who came from Colombia, Ecuador and Brazil.

Possible home of King Juan Carlos in the Dominican Republic

Casa de Campo, a luxurious urbanization on the shores of the Caribbean Sea in the east of the Dominican Republic, is, according to various Spanish media, the possible new residence of King Emeritus Juan Carlos I after he communicated to his son King Felipe VI your decision to live outside of Spain.

WhatsApp adds Internet searches to verify information from forwarded messages

The WhatsApp messaging application launched a feature on Monday that allows Internet searches to be performed when users receive forwarded messages to prevent the spread of false information.

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Salomé Ramírez works as an intern with the real-time team. She graduated from the Universidad del Sagrado Corazón in Puerto Rico with a Bachelor’s degree in Communications with a concentration in Journalism and a minor in Psychology. Also, it is part of the first class of the Gallivan Journalism Program of the University of Notre Dame.