Stop being responsible for spreading death
April 6, 2020
The only way COVID-19 is spread, is one person to another. The only way to stop it, is choosing to stop spreading it!
Coronavirus map: Tracking the spread in the US and around the world
We have seen too many irresponsible people putting their own desires to enjoy their lives come before the lives of all others.
We saw it with spring breakers flocking to beaches in Florida.
Thousands of spring breakers traveled from one Florida beach to cities across the US. Mapping their phone data shows the importance of social distancing amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Mar 27, 2020
Despite guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommending social distancing to stop the spread of coronavirus, spring-break partiers flocked to Florida beaches earlier this month.
Newly released phone location data shows how people congregated at one Florida beach before traveling across much of the US.
The data shows about 5,000 devices traveling from a single beach in Fort Lauderdale in one week to cities spanning the eastern US, including New York, Chicago, New Orleans, and Houston.
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We saw it during Bike Week
Coronavirus-fueled permit pulls don’t appear to lower Daytona Bike Week traffic
Daytona Beach News Journal
By Nikki Ross
Posted Mar 14, 2020
Despite the city of Daytona Beach trying to curtail Bike Week by revoking permits because of coronavirus concerns, thousands of bikers thundered onto Main Street on Saturday.
Meanwhile, the Florida Deparment of Health announced Saturday morning two more Volusia County residents tested positive for coronavirus, a 29-year-old male and a 70-year-old male. The county now has five coronavirus cases.
And according to Volusia County Sheriff Mike Chitwood, an additional 20 people are being monitored for coronavirus in the county: one in Daytona Beach, four in Ormond Beach, three in Port Orange, two in New Smyrna Beach, three in Deltona, five in DeLand and two in DeBary.
Friday night, Daytona Beach Mayor Derrick Henry announced the city had revoked permits for any gathering of 100 people or more. That decision went into effect at 8 a.m. Saturday.
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This map shows the spread in Florida
New Department of Health Map Allows Users to See COVID-19 Cases By Zip Code
By Willard Shepard
April 4, 2020
The Florida Department of Health has launched a new update to their interactive COVID-19 map, which now allows users to see confirmed cases by zip code.
The interactive map allows users to see what is going on where they live, or work. Hotspots in the map are highlighted in red.
Expanded testing for the virus at sites set up by Florida’s National Guard in South Florida, and across the state, has resulted in valuable data for the Department of Health.
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The choice is ours. The people paying for what we choose to do right here...right now, belong to us.