In Florida USA, it has been decided to stop drinking at bars to prevent the rapid spread of corona virus. The Florida government announced the decision last Friday.
In the United States and Florida, the rate of Covid19 infection has increased many times over. Which has further heightened the concerns of the US and Florida governments. In Florida alone, about 9,000 to 10,000 people are infected daily. And Florida’s largest hospital is struggling to cope with this huge amount of stress. Meanwhile, last Saturday, the daily growth rate of any virus infection in the United States was the highest. About 132k people have been infected in Florida so far and of those, 9825 were infected last Saturday.
Now Florida is the six most effected sate in USA in term of covis19 cases. Florida takes number one in terms of daily infection rate.
After a long lockdown, the Florida Governor Ron DeSantis allowed to drinking at bars to reopen in the fast week of June, but the virus, re-infected so fast that last Friday the government decided to close liquid bars again for next two months.
The Secretary of the Florida deferment of business and professional regulation, Mr. Halsey Beshears, said on his Twitter last Friday, “Effective immediately, the Department of Business and Professional Regulation is suspending on premises consumption of alcohol at bars statewide”. And this news is also by Gov. DeSantis.
DeSantis Government has allowed conditional opening of various restaurants and stores since first week of last may. However, since June 5, the DeSantis has allowed all the restaurants. Shops and gyms to be fully open. DeSantis said last week “We’re not shutting down. We’re going to go forward. You have to have society function.”
As a result, the transmission of Corona virus has gained new momentum. A new notice was issued by Florida Dept. Health in the Miami. It says wearing a mask is mandatory and failure to do so can result in a fine of up to $50 and go to Court.
Make sure to remember the Three Cs. Following these rules along with wearing a mask, disinfecting surfaces and washing your hands can help prevent the spread of #COVID19. Visit https://t.co/TLp6h5xPuZ for more tips. pic.twitter.com/lyVGMlEBBb
— Florida Dept. Health (@HealthyFla) June 24, 2020
But not every governor decision will tell you later how effective it is in preventing the spared of the corona virus.