Miami

  1. Miami will close beaches for Fourth of July weekend

    "After consulting with our County's public health experts, I will be signing an emergency order on Saturday to close all beaches in Miami-Dade County starting Friday, July 3, and ending Tuesday, July 7," Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Gimenez said in a statement late Friday night.

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    United States
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    Society
    Miami will close beaches for Fourth of July weekend
  2. The U.S. travel industry unveiled guidelines for reopening

    The document, called “Travel in the New Normal,” was a collaborative effort with medical and infectious disease experts. It does not offer any timeline but presents a layered approach to restore travelers’ confidence by showing that all sectors of the business are adapting consistent best practices going forward.

    Region:
    United States
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    Tourism
    The U.S. travel industry unveiled guidelines for reopening - U.S. Travel President and CEO Roger Dow
  3. US Coronavirus Updates

    Florida coronavirus update for Sunday: Nearly 750 killed in state as nationwide toll approaches 40,000.
    The latest on coronavirus in Florida: Schools closed for the rest of the academic year; a list of senior living facilities impacted by the pandemic; and the number of cases and deaths across the state. Nationwide, there are over 735,000 cases and over 39,000 deaths.

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    United States
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    Society
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    By Jorge Gavioli
    US Coronavirus Updates
  4. All Disney Parks, Universal Studios Hollywood Close Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

     Disney is temporarily shuttering Walt Disney World in Florida and Disneyland Paris, beginning this Sunday and lasting through the end of the month, due to the coronavirus pandemic. It follows the news that Disneyland California and Universal Studios Hollywood are temporarily closing starting March 14 as well.

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    World
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    Society
    All Disney Parks, Universal Studios Hollywood Close Amid Coronavirus Pandemic