Officials in Miami-Dade County, Florida announced Friday that the county will close the beach on the fourth weekend of July. Amit worried that the rally would trigger further coronavirus outbreaks.
County magistrate Carlos Gimenez announced that he was signing an emergency order requesting that the beach be closed from Friday to Tuesday.
BREAKING: Beach @MiamiDadeCounty Due to concerns about social alienation and coronavirus, it will be closed on the July 4th holiday. @MayorGimenez From July 3 (Friday) to July 7 (Tuesday), an emergency order will be signed to close all beaches. @ nbc6 pic.twitter.com/wf6hlgsZl5
—Jamie Girola (@jaamieNBC6) June 27, 2020
“As we continue to see more positive COVID-19 test results in young people and increasing hospitalizations, I decided that the only prudent way to deal with this recent rise is to crack down on recreational activities and put the entire community in a better position. A high level of risk,” Jimenez said in a statement, according to local NBC affiliates.
The decision was made when the state faced a surge in COVID-19 cases. According to data from the Ministry of Health, Florida broke the record of a new day of coronavirus cases on Friday, adding another 8,942 confirmed infections.
In response to the massive spike, Florida announced on Friday that it will close the bar to slow down the spread of coronavirus.
The beaches in the area currently require tourists to socialize. Due to the pandemic, they reopened early this month after they closed.
The virus began to spread in the United States at the beginning of this year, and the state was under fire. Other states closed their beaches, but Florida is still open for spring break.
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