Below is an unsavory selection of abridged headlines from the Miami Herald. This is not the news most Floridians would have expected to receive only a month ago.
The Florida Department of Health announced 55 additional positive COVID-19 cases on Tuesday evening, bringing the state total up to 1,467 cases, including a baby boy and a 2-year-old girl in Broward County, the state’s youngest cases.
A baby boy and a 2-year-old girl have tested positive for COVID-19 in Broward County, the Florida Department of Health announced Tuesday.
Miami-Dade County residents are being urged not to gather in groups of 10 or more in public spaces, including sidewalks, streets, government buildings and alleyways.
Monroe County officials reversed themselves hours after they said they were not closing the only major highway into the Florida Keys as part of the effort to stop the spread of the novel coronavirus.
A tsunami of the freshly unemployed has swamped the Florida office in charge of helping them process claims from layoffs caused by the expanding coronavirus crisis.
Construction crews are assembling a 250-bed field hospital on Miami-Dade’s fairgrounds in Westchester as the county’s health system prepares for a surge of coronavirus cases.
People continue to be stupid and congregate, making the continuous transmission of the coronavirus in Florida all the more possible.