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DeSantis Says Disney, Universal Are Doing A Great Job With Coronavirus Safety PrecautionsThe doors to Disney will be back open soon. Two theme parks, Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom, are set to reopen Saturday for the first time since coronavirus-related closures in March and Gov. Ron DeSantis is confident in theme park safety precautions. Weather 7/6 12PMPartly to mostly cloudy afternoon with storms rolling in.
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Miami Mayor In Favor Of Statewide Mask MandateMayor Francis Suarez compared it to the state's seat belt law.
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Miami-Dade To Close Dining At Restaurants, GymsMayor Carlos Gimenez has threatened to close the beaches again if they see crowding or people not following the rules.
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