The mayors of the seven cities in Florida, Miami-Dade County are vowing to shake coronavirus rules.
A part of the new deployment of measures will require residents to wear face covering anywhere in public, according to statements made at a press conference in front of Miami City Hall.
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Miami, Hialeah, Miami Gardens, North Miami Beach, Miami Shores, Aventura and Key Biscayne will all require people to wear masks at all times to the public, the Miami Herald reported, but the announcement did not address that masks would be needed for things like exercise.
An emergency order in Miami describing the rules should be signed in the next few days.
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“This is what needs to happen. We must become more serious about this,” Miami Gardens Mayor Oliver Gilbert said at the conference. We know that the natural and probable consequence of the increasingly positive infections are more hospitalizations. The more hospitalizations you have, the more people will go on the fans. The more people go on about the fans, the more people will die eventually. This is why we are hear on this point.”
The mayors of eight other cities of the state is arrested before adopting the mask of rule, but said they would enforce stricter rules. The Ministry of Health to the ping 4-049 new COVID-19 case Saturday, the state’s largest number yet. There are more 100,217 with 3,173 deaths.
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