Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has extended a state of emergency for another 60 days as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. DeSantis made the announcement in Miami, where the city is tightening up some of its reopening processes. The state of emergency was originally issued in March and then extended again in May as a response to the coronavirus.
It is a big day for Disney.
As coronavirus cases continue to rise in Florida, bars remain closed. It is not yet clear if many of these establishments that were hit hard by the first shutdown can survive a second closure.
Child support, visitation and custody battles have been in limbo as the court system adjusts to the coronavirus pandemic. In Florida, criminal jury trials have been pushed to late July while civil jury trials may not resume until the fall.
Daycares and preschool learning centers have been greatly impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. Many are beginning the reopening plans that will require new safety requirements.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has extended a state of emergency for another 60 days as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. DeSantis made the announcement in Miami, where the city is tightening up some of its reopening processes.
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“If it's 50 percent, you know, you're going to have some problems,” DeSantis said during an appearance in The Villages. “If it's 90 percent, you know, we're going to be able to kind of deal with it.”
There are now 14 total sanitizers on the list.
Things will look and feel a lot different upon reopening, as new safety measures are in place and several changes around the parks have been made.
Fourth of July weekend saw record-smashing daily increases in coronavirus cases statewide.
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The popular Disney College Program remains suspended until further notice, the company announced to its prospective participants on Thursday.
On Thursday, Florida smashed its record for the highest daily increases yet, reporting over 10,000 new cases overnight.
Everyone on campus from students, faculty, and staff will be required to wear a face mask.
A group of researchers and lead scientists at Harvard University have put together a new interactive map that breaks down the COVID-19 numbers across the world and the United States, all the way down to the county level.
Royal Caribbean said that they hope to resume operations on September 16.