South Beach state of emergency extended to April following spring break crowds
Trying to avoid becoming a super spreader city. We simply can't be the place for people to go to. You can't have the kinds of crowds. We've had the kinds of gatherings we can have a spring break. The way it has happened. We cannot become a Petri Dutch for a very dangerous virus. Miami Beach Mayor Dan Gilbert explaining why he declared a state of emergency that includes an eight p.m. curfew for the entertainment district of South Beach for a large crowds, damaged restaurants and broke out in fights. The City Commission voted Sunday to keep the curfew through April.