Florida, falling short of statewide lockdown, is screening travelers from the New York City area and Louisiana “hotspots” both at highway roadblocks and at airports, threatening them with 60 days in jail if they don’t self-quarantine as the number of confirmed cases in the state peaks over 4,000.
H/T: Fox News
To further the implementation of Executive Order 20-86 issued by @GovRonDeSantis, the @MyFDOT, in coordination with the @HealthyFla and the @FLHSMV Florida Highway Patrol (FHP), is implementing an additional checkpoint for motorists entering #Florida from #Georgia on I-95. pic.twitter.com/xq5SEiL0PT— FLORIDA DOT (@MyFDOT) March 29, 2020
Florida coronavirus cases are growing fast. Here’s what that means. https://t.co/AGcodJnO99— DeepClips (@DeepClips) March 30, 2020
Florida issuing a stay away order for New Yorkers https://t.co/07fRH7NpEe— DeepClips (@DeepClips) March 30, 2020