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Coronavirus: Miami empties after struggling to enforce containment

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After struggling to enforce containment measures, Miami streets are now empty of tourists and most locals. Governor Ron DeSantis has issued a stay-at-home order for the southern portion of the sunshine state as the number of positive coronavirus cases rose sharply to over 5000. IMAGES

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