The U.S. Department of Labor on Thursday estimated Florida accounted for 87,062 of the 1.43 million claims filed nationally during the week that ended July 25.
Universal Orlando Resort is currently operating with limited capacity and new safety measures.
President Trump suggested this week the next coronavirus relief package could include a direct cash payment for American families that's potentially higher than $1,200.
The governor has previously extended the ban twice, hours before it was set to expire, news outlets reported.
Cancellations extend beyond CDC no-sail order, which goes until Oct. 1.
While the overall number of customers late in making payments has shown some improvement from an initial peak of the crisis in April, utility officials told the Florida Public Service Commission that a challenge remains in getting in touch with many of the customers.
The GOP unveiled details for a second round of direct payments to American households on Monday, in legislation that has been dubbed the HEALS Act.
Hollywood Studios and Epcot reopen on Wednesday.
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.
Cast members were allowed to visit Magic Kingdom on Tuesday, as the park tested safety measures ahead of its official reopening.
Fourth of July weekend saw record-smashing daily increases in coronavirus cases statewide.
Florida’s 93,394 claims filed last week trailed only the 287,354 posted in California and the 124,283 in Georgia.
Last week, DeSantis said he would slash enough spending from the state’s proposed $93.2 billion budget to keep lawmakers from having to address a coronavirus-fueled loss in tax revenues before the November elections.
For the 47 percent who are worried about money issues currently, 23 percent said their cause of stress revolved around everyday expenses, which Bankrate noted was down from the 32 percent who said the same last year.
They also announced that Disney H2O Glow Nights, a nighttime event at Disney's Typhoon Lagoon, will also not take place for the remainder of 2020.
Right now, nearly 2 million Floridians are unemployed -- furloughed or laid off -- as the coronavirus crisis has crippled major industries of all types.
The president brought up the “Explore America” Tax Credit during a White House roundtable last month.
Florida businesses, including restaurants, are not required to report if its employees test positive for coronavirus and they do not have to shut down either.
The parks have been shut down since March because of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Visitors are currently required to undergo temperature screenings, wear masks and abide by new physical distancing protocols, some of which are indicated by ground markings or physical barriers — and some of which are shouted at you by a couple of wisecracking Stormtroopers.