Live coronavirus updates FL: new COVID-19 in South Florida

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We’re following the latest news about the coronavirus in South Florida and the state. Check back for updates throughout the day.

NBA FACILITIES WILL START REOPENING FRIDAY

10:15 a.m .: All NBA facilities have been closed to players and staff since March 20 amid the coronavirus pandemic.

But that is about to change, as the NBA allows teams to open their player training facilities starting Friday in cities and states where local governments have relaxed home stay orders. According to ESPN, group training will still be prohibited, but teams will be allowed to make the facilities open to players on a voluntary basis for individual work.

For those teams in cities where home stay orders still keep training facilities closed, the NBA will work to find “alternative arrangements” for players, according to the Associated Press. While the reopening of the league facilities is a step in the right direction, it is still unclear whether the rest of the 2019-2020 NBA season will be played.

On Saturday evening, it was unclear whether the Miami Heat would be one of the teams authorized to open its training facilities to players on Friday based on orders implemented by the local government.

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GATHER TO START THE DAY

9:10 a.m .: Here are the coronavirus headlines to let you know what’s going on in South Florida and the state at the start of Sunday.

Florida is experiencing the largest decline in new daily coronavirus cases, deaths. This may be an anomaly

The Miami-Dade COVID-19 stops were sudden and swift. Reopening becomes complicated.

” I’m not in a hurry. DeSantis says there are no theaters or sports venues yet. Florida to reopen in stages

While the Florida COVID-19 employs nearly 31,000 people, DeSantis ensures a “cautious” reopening of the state

Barbers, stylists do their work closely and personally. No one can function during the pandemic.

Patients recovered with COVID-19 can help save the lives of others. Hospitals need your blood.