Miami Beach declares curfew by the coronavirus


The mayor of Miami Beach, Dan Gelber, said the establishment of a curfew from 11 at night in the city and the closure required of all business from 10 of the night, in order to contain the spread of the coronavirus

Also, it was announced the closure of public beaches from the 5th to the 15th street throughout the day, as well as all parking lotsexcept for the residents.

The measures be in effect this Monday and will remain until further notice.

Dean Trantalis, mayor of Fort Lauderdaleannounced in a joint press conference in front of the city hall of Miami Beach, its city it will also shut down a large part of the beaches to the 12th day of April and shall establish the hours of closing of the bars and restaurants at 10 in the nightwithout exception.

“We must all do our part to save lives, and this includes protecting our residents, visitors and first responders,” he said.

Miami Beach declared a state of emergency on Thursday and Fort Lauderdale on Friday. Both cities were ordered to limit the ability of restaurants, clubs, bars and all kind of social gathering at least 250 people.

The Centers for Control and Disease Prevention have advised local governments that limit the large gatherings of over 250 people and to practice social distancing in public.

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