Gov. DeSantis: State-issued restrictions lifted on all youth activities in Florida

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He made the announcement during a press conference on Friday. "They've got, like 5,000-plus fatalities.

We are not going to be instituting a lot of rules, or really any rules", said DeSantis.

While the Republican governor emphasized that children are much less likely to face serious consequences from COVID-19, the state now has a growing number of children with "multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children", or MIS-C.

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He said, "I don't want people to think that [they] are villains or I was a victim in any way with any of this-because I wasn't". In his podcast, the actor clarified his and Fox's decision to split days after her and the rapper's sighting.

New York, with a population of over 19 million, has had over 250,000 cases and more than 28,000 deaths from the coronavirus.

Although the FDOH daily report shows a recent increase, DeSantis said the overall trend is down. Though it has a larger population - 21 million - and more high-risk elderly residents, Florida has registered just over 47,000 cases and some 2,000 deaths.

Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer similarly lifted requirements that nursing homes establish special coronavirus units and admit from the hospital patients who were recovering from COVID-19, giving the facilities more flexibility to decide if they can safely isolate people. New York Democrat Governor Andrew Cuomo, however, has received far better mainstream press coverage than DeSantis, who was lambasted for rolling back some lockdown measures too soon. Now we're waiting to see if the same trend will happen in the Jacksonville area. "And to compare NY and Florida is sort of like apples and oranges", he told "The View" on Thursday. "If you believe that, I got a bridge in Brooklyn I'd like to sell you".

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