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Miami beaches open after three months of COVID-19 closure

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Miami's beaches in South Florida opened for the first time in three months Wednesday, an emotional moment for many residents whose leisure and financial well-being are intrinsically tied to the sandy shores, which were closed due to coronavirus.

Added on the 11/06/2020 07:55:27 - Copyright : AFP EN

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