Florida's Miami-Dade County to close all beaches for July 4th weekend

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"Everyone should wear masks inside public establishments and outside if they can not practice social distancing of at least 6 feet", Gimenez said in a statement.

"As we continue to see more positive COVID-19 results among young adults and the increase in hospitalizations, I have decided that the only prudent way to stop this recent increase is to crack down on recreational activities that elevate our community. overall risk, "Giménez said in a press release on Friday".

The mayor of Florida's most populous county said all parks and beaches will also be closed to the public for viewing fireworks in all cities and unincorporated areas of the county. Beachgoers could be heard yelling, "Freedom", "Socialism" and "This is America". All right. OK. Not everyone's going to be happy about that decision and we always understand that sometimes decisions have to be made so that we can protect the majority of people.

As South Florida strode out of its homes into the reopening of beaches, restaurants and malls, it has stumbled over the regulations accompanying the re-emergence.

Florida's Palm Beach will be sending out 1.5 million masks to county residents amid a resurgence of coronavirus in the state.

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Palm Beach County Mayor Dave Kerner announced Monday that all public and private beaches will close, beginning at 12:01 a.m., Friday, July 3 until to 11:59 p.m., Sunday, July 5. The number rivals the NY peak in daily cases in early April.

The Florida Department of Health reported 8,530 new cases of coronavirus on Sunday.

Miami will close its beaches on Independence Day as America hit a record number of coronavirus cases.

However, the rate of positive tests rose from Sunday, reporting 13.5%.

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