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As the summer rages on, so does the spread of the coronavirus in Florida. According to the latest data released by the health department on Saturday, August 15th, 2020, the state added 6,148 cases to the continuously climbing list of positive test results. Hot spots have been sprouting up all over the place for weeks now, again overwhelming first responders and medical personnel who have been putting their lives on the line for months. Assisted-living facilities and nursing homes are also feeling the strain, with many of them seeing an alarming spike in their COVID-19 cases due to the creation of “isolation centers”.
In yet another serious setback for the already-frail and failing cruise ship industry, the United States Congress announced earlier this month that they have started an investigation into the Carnival Corporation & PLC, owner of the Princess-line of cruise ships, which has suffered an incredible amount of coronavirus cases since the outbreak began back in March.
These certainly are some strange times we’re living in. On April 28th, 2020, the United States reached one of the most abysmal milestones in history, with over one million people testing positive for the novel coronavirus. And as multiple governors across the country prepare to strategically reopen their states, including Governor Ron DeSantis, many of us are left with more questions than answers.