By CBSMiami.com Team

FORT LAUDERDALE (CBSMiami) – Anticipating a smaller but still large group of sun-seeking college students during Spring Break, Broward commissioners got together Tuesday to address coronavirus concerns.

Thousands of out-of-town visitors are expected over the Spring Break, which begins Saturday, February 28th, and will continue through Sunday, April 18th.

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Broward Mayor Steve Gellar said the City of Fort Lauderdale may be authorized to shut down locations with repeated health violations.

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“I’m okay with saying we will try and focus on the offenders and not do a countywide curfew, provided that Fort Lauderdale agrees to shut down the offenders,” he said.

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Geller said there will be an increased police presence at high volume areas along with the enforcement of social distancing and mask-wearing.

CBSMiami.com Team