Florida News that impacts you – November 9th
Bottom Line: Your daily recap of the some of the biggest news from around the state that impacts you in South Florida.
- Tropical Storm Eta has moved across the Florida Keys and is expected to eventually strengthen into a category 1 hurricane before making landfall once again as a tropical storm later this week on the gulf coast of Florida. Related...
- Schools, waste collection services and transportation services like Tri-Rail are all closed throughout South Florida today due to Eta.
- Over 6,800 new COVID-19 cases announced on Sunday. It’s the highest daily total since August 12th. The daily average is over 5,200 for the past week which is also the highest since August. The CDC’s flu map continues to show only minimal activity in Florida and most of the country with the seasonal flu.
- Florida has the 2nd earliest deadline for certified election results, next Tuesday the 17th. Louisiana will be the first state to certify results tomorrow. Certification dates in states in dispute by the Trump campaign are key. The Trump team will need to establish the need for legal relief in disputed states prior to votes being certified.
Photo Credit: National Hurricane Center