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Miami-Dade County will be closing all of the county’s beaches and will not allow gatherings of 50 or more people for Fourth of July weekend. Remember what happened to the beaches in Naples last time this happened?

They all came here.

Miami Mayor Carlos Gimenez will be signing an emergency order on Saturday that will close the county’s beaches from Friday, July 3 until Tuesday, July 7. Additionally, public viewing of fireworks at all parks and beaches in the county will not be allowed, and fireworks must be seen from a person’s home or parked car.

Miami is cancelling the Fourth Of July. If we stay open, they’ll be coming here again.

Miami-Dade County closes beaches, bans gatherings of 50 or more for Fourth of July weekend

MIAMI (WSVN) - Miami-Dade County will be closing all of the county's beaches and will not allow gatherings of 50 or more people for Fourth of July weekend amid a spike in coronavirus cases throughout the state.