Coronavirus live updates: Here’s what to know in South Florida on June 12 – msnNOW

Posted: June 13, 2020 at 3:04 pm

Were keeping track of the latest news regarding the coronavirus in South Florida and around the state.

Check back for updates on COVID-19 throughout the day.

Post-coronavirus future in Florida is uncertain. Be flexible, futurist Amy Webb says

3 p.m.: With Florida schools reopening in the fall, youth sports and summer camps getting the OK to resume activity and local governments tip-toeing toward a sense of renewed normalcy, many Floridians ask: what should we expect as we look toward a post-pandemic world?

According to noted futurist Amy Webb, we should not only expect more uncertainty, but lean into it.

We expect today will be similar to tomorrow but amplified, she said during a Miami Herald subscriber-only discussion about the future of Florida after COVID-19. Theres a reluctance to see a world in which all decisions are certain.

Webb is a quantitative futurist and a professor of strategic foresight at the NYU Stern School of Business and Founder of the Future Today Institute. She is also the author of The Signals Are Talking: Why Todays Fringe Is Tomorrows Mainstream, which explains how to forecast emerging technology.

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Cuba announces reopening plan citing fewer cases of COVID-19. Airports to remain closed

1:25 p.m.: Airports will remain closed during the first phase of a reopening plan presented by Cuban government officials. Tourists will be first allowed to book hotels in the Cuban keys, with no nationals on site.

As of Thursday, health authorities reported 2,219 confirmed cases of coronavirus and 84 deaths. No deaths were reported for several days, but the virus seems to be lingering in Havana, where more than 150 people got infected in several local outbreaks.

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Florida reports record high 1,902 new coronavirus cases, one day after previous record

12:25 p.m.: Floridas Department of Health on Friday morning confirmed a new daily record high of 1,902 additional cases of COVID-19 surpassing the previous high of confirmed cases by 204, which was reported just a day earlier.

That put the states total number of confirmed cases at 70,971 since the pandemic began in March.

Twenty-nine deaths were also announced, raising the statewide death toll to 2,877.

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Hard Rock Stadiums COVID-19 testing site is closing early for maintenance, officials say

11:25 a.m.: Hard Rock Stadiums free COVID-19 drive-thru testing site in Miami Gardens will be closing early Friday for maintenance, officials say.

The drive-thru site offers free COVID-19 testing to anyone older than 18, regardless of symptoms and also offers free antibody testing to anyone older than 18.

Officials say the test site will be closing at 1 p.m. Friday for maintenance but wont be closed for long.

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Republican convention COVID-19 precautions yet to be decided, Jacksonville mayor says

10:55 a.m.: Jacksonville Mayor Lenny Curry discussed details of the citys plan to host President Donald Trumps nomination acceptance speech hours after the Republican National Committee announced it was moving the event from Charlotte to Florida. Precautions to avoid the spread of the novel coronavirus in Jacksonville during the festivities will be in place this August, but its not yet decided what that will require, the mayor said Friday morning.

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South Florida casinos, arcades, museums begin reopening but with new COVID-19 rules

10:40 a.m.: A new wave of businesses are reopening or soon will in South Florida as governments relax COVID-19 restrictions, including some casinos like Magic City, museums like Artechouse Miami, bowling alleys and arcades in Miami-Dade and Broward counties.

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COVID-19 numbers trending up since reopening

9 a.m.: Known Florida COVID-19 cases are increasing, data shows. Positive test results as a percentage have been rising as parts of the state enter a second phase of reopening and as many people attend protests without wearing masks or practicing social distancing. The numbers are a troubling indicator that the disease could be spreading more quickly.

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9 a.m.: Here are the coronavirus headlines to catch you up on whats happening around South Florida and the state as Friday begins:

? Floridians flattened the COVID curve. Then, amid upbeat talk, the numbers began to rise.

? The Florida COVID-19 data said one thing while Gov. DeSantis sometimes said another.

? 1,698 coronavirus cases, highest reported in a single day, bring Florida total to 69,069.

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