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PEDRO PORTAL / MIAMI HERALD

This post will be updated today, Thursday, April 9, with the latest information on COVID-19 in South Florida.

MIAMI-DADE CORRECTIONS

This post will be updated today, Wednesday, April 8, with the latest information on COVID-19 in South Florida.

Chart: Aric Chokey / South Florida Sun Sentinel

This post will be updated today, Tuesday, April 7, with the latest information on COVID-19 in South Florida.

MIAMI HERALD

This post will be updated today, Monday, April 6, with the latest information on COVID-19 in South Florida.

JASON VORHEES / NORTH CENTRAL HEALTH DISTRICT

This post will be updated today, Friday, April 3 and through the weekend, with the latest information on COVID-19 in South Florida.

MATIAS J. OCNER / MIAMI HERALD

This post will be updated today, Thursday, April 2, with the latest information on COVID-19 in South Florida.

Ted S. Warren / AP

This post will be updated today, Wednesday, April 1, with the latest information on COVID-19 in South Florida.

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This post will be updated today, Tuesday, March 31, with the latest information on COVID-19 in South Florida.

MIAMI HERALD

This post will be updated today, Monday, March 30, with the latest information on COVID-19 in South Florida.

Katie Lepri / WLRN

Over the course of this week, local governments across South Florida have issued a variety of stay-at-home restrictions. Here, we’re compiling these orders as they appear.

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This post will be updated Friday, March 27 and through the weekend with the latest information on COVID-19 in South Florida.

Chris Day / Fresh Take Florida

This post will be updated today and throughout the weekend with the latest information on COVID-19 in South Florida.

Al Diaz / Miami Herald

This post covered South Florida coronavirus news updates from March 10 through March 15. Because of the swift and frequent changes in this ongoing story, WLRN has--for the moment--decided to start a fresh roundup each day. To find today's Coronavirus Live Update, click here

Aaron Webb / Creative Commons

Florida residents have until Feb. 18 to register to vote or change their party affiliation before the state's primary on March 17.

Courtesy / Popp's Motel

For many people, South Florida is an escape.

Tourists and retirees come down to get away from the cold and soak up the sun. But before the skyscrapers and condos that now make up much of US 1, there was an array of small motels that lined that highway.  

After one stay, these colorful temporary homes charmed their visitors to come back for more the next year, and the year after that, and after that, and so on. Some tourists became regulars, others stayed forever.

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