With the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in the Miami-Dade and Broward now combining for a total of 3,135, nearly half of the entire state total, 6,338, it's getting more evident that the best chance we have at keeping these numbers at bay is by staying home and adhering to the social distancing regulations. It worked for Mayor of Miami Francis Suarez!
After spending 18 days quarantined, each day digitally journaled on his Instagram, he has finally tested negative twice and has been cleared to get back to work; he beat the coronavirus. Mayor Suarez, who was only just the 2nd person in all of Miami-Dade to initially test positive for COVID-19, had this to say:
At the moment, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis hasn't issued a state-wide order to stay-at-home -- a move heavily criticized by many, including much of the Democratic Party -- and has left it to local officials to set and enforce regulations as they see fit. Take the Mayor of Hialeah Carlos Hernandez for example, updating residents of a new curfew which began today: