"There will, of course, be exceptions made for compassionate visitation", DeSantis says.
"As of this morning, there is no confirmed COVID- 19 cases in Glades County".
"All individuals at the facilities are isolated and are being evaluated", DeSantis said, before announcing that the state's total number of coronavirus cases had climbed to 192, up from 160 Monday night.
During a news conference, DeSantis said three infected Broward County residents have no known connection to a virus source such as travel to China or Europe or contact with someone who just returned. State officials said they also were preparing to set up mobile hospitals to help the state's hospitals with testing if needed.
"We're going to work really hard to get this up and running as soon as possible", DeSantis said at a news conference Sunday evening.
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Biden is widely expected to add to his delegate lead over Sanders when votes are cast in Florida, Ohio, Illinois and Arizona. He also said the U.S. should "protect" the wages of Americans who lose their job because of economic damage from the crisis.
The decision comes after two days of considering new recommendations from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the White House.
Voting precinct clerk Edgar Moore wears protective gloves and has a mask ready as people arrive to vote during the Florida presidential primary as the coronavirus pandemic continues in Miami, Florida, on March 17, 2020. But he said his administration is operating under the assumption that COVID-19 has spread through communities.
He went on to say that "your brain isn't even fully matured yet so you're not really able to weigh the future consequences of your actions so trying to tell a young person to be careful, to use care is very hard". The department also says this was not a travel-related case. This came after the Governor conferred with mayors of several cities, including Miami Beach and Miami-Dade County.
For more of a breakdown of the numbers, you can look at the Florida Department of Health COVID-19 Dashboard.
"We will take recommended steps to mitigate the danger of any exposure to members or staff to Coronavirus", he said. And on Saturday, the governor urged people who are elderly, frail or have underlying medical conditions to avoid crowds.
DeSantis said too many people are congregating in these places.