Governors Tell Outsiders From ‘Hot Zone’ to Stay Away as Virus Divides States  The New York TimesView Full Coverage on Google News
State-to-state travel rules are rarely seen in the United States, but the virus has left some states urging outsiders not to come.State-to-state travel rules are rarely seen in the United States, but the virus has left some states urging outsiders not to come.

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Julia Manchester on Twitter: "NEW from @juliegraceb and me— Critics hit Florida governor over lack of “sweeping” coronavirus response - https://t.co/VA6wbZuN6c"

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José R. Nadal Power on Twitter: "Critics hit Florida governor over lack of 'sweeping' coronavirus response | TheHill https://t.co/gga9LDJmZt"

“Both Texas and Florida have Trump level Coronavirus state shitshows going on. Both MAGA governors.”

Corona The Savior on Twitter: "Both Texas and Florida have Trump level Coronavirus state shitshows going on. Both MAGA governors."

“An update from Governor DeSantis: Effective immediately- All people traveling to Florida from airports that departed from New York, Connecticut, or New Jersey are to self-quarantine for no less than 14 days due to the Coronavirus outbreak in the New York Tri-State Area.”

Congressman Greg Steube on Twitter: "An update from Governor DeSantis: Effective immediately- All people traveling to Florida from airports that departed from New York, Connecticut, or New Jersey are to self-quarantine for no less than 14 days due to the Coronavirus outbreak in the New York Tri-State Area."

The Republican-controlled Florida Legislature committed to the corporate tax refunds – which will total $543.2 million – two years ago, long before lawmakers had any idea how big they would be. But the state hasn’t distributed them yet and doesn’t have to until May 1. Some activists want the governor to stop them amid the coronavirus crisis.The Republican-controlled Florida Legislature committed to the corporate tax refunds – which will total $543.2 million – two years ago, long before lawmakers had any idea how big they would be. But the state hasn’t distributed them yet and doesn’t have to until May 1. Some activists want the governor to stop them amid the coronavirus crisis.

Florida to give out $500 million in corporate tax breaks - Orlando Sentinel

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