Florida puts the whole country at risk as spring breakers continue to crowd the shores. What did the governor have to say? John Iadarola breaks it down on The Damage Report. Follow The Damage Report on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheDamageReportTYT/
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"Local officials in Florida towns and cities are taking it upon themselves to close beaches amid the coronavirus outbreak after Gov. Ron DeSantis refused to, even as spring breakers and others crowd the shores.
At the height of the college break rush, DeSantis on Tuesday said he would not order the beaches closed, but he did limit parties on beaches to 10 people per group.
DeSantis said it’s "not uniform throughout the state that you’re seeing massive crowds at beaches," despite reports and images of people packing the sand.
Still, the mayors of Miami Beach and Fort Lauderdale, two of the most popular beach destinations in the state, issued orders to close their beaches this past Sunday.
Public beaches in the city of Tampa are also closed, until further notice, city officials said."
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