Florida Governor Mandates People Coming From Hot Spots to Self Quarantine or Face Jail Time

by AmericasKeepersAdmin on March 29, 2020

As the number of coronavirus cases in Florida surpasses 4,200 the state has setup checkpoints both at airports and roadways screening travelers from hot spots such as the New York City area and Louisiana.

While Florida Governor, Ron DeSantis refuses to issue a statewide stay at home order, he has started implementing checkpoints for people coming from hot spot areas in the United States.

He is ordering travelers from hot spots to Florida to self quarantine for 14 days and if they do not quarantine they are facing up to 60 days of jail time.

Currently there are more than 4,200 cases in Florida and 56 deaths. Currently Florida is seeing the rate of infection double every three days which puts the state on track to see tens of thousands of cases over the next few weeks.

The governor also issued a two week halt on all vacation rentals in Florida. Issuing tourists to finish up and go home.

Individuals traveling from New Jersey, New York, Connecticut and Louisiana will be met by the National Guard and Public Health Officials at all of Florida’s major airports.

Checkpoints have also been put in place on Interstate 10 and Interstate 95 which are the roads many tourist from the hot spot states would travel on to enter Florida.

At the designated checkpoints people would be asked where they are traveling from and their information would be documented. At that point they will be asked to self quarantine and if they don’t they could potentially spend up to 60 days in jail.

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