Pensacola, Fla (WKRG)- Florida Surgeon General Dr. Scott Rivkees says social distancing measures could stay in place until there’s a Coronavirus vaccine ready. Some Florida residents say this way of living could be hard to get used to.
“I think it’s going to be a lot different for a lot of people,” Pam said. “I’m really not comfortable wearing a mask, but I’m scared to not wear one now. I’m hoping our numbers will keep dropping.”
“It’s going to be challenging, there’s no doubt about that,” Bob Beit said. “It’s changed the way we have been doing things, but we have to eradicate this virus.”
For the past month, schools have been closed, as well as bars and nightclubs. Restaurants have been takeout and delivery only. All of these measures have been in place to stop the spread of the virus. Dr. Rivkees says even with these measures, we still can not let our guard down.
- Cherish talks Travis Kelce’s strip club shirt with TMZ
- The best Advent calendars you can still find for this season
- Yes, you can buy an Advent calendar for your dog (or cat)
- Amazon’s Travel Tuesday travel gear deals are worth shopping
- Daniel Moore already getting requests for painting of ‘Milroe Miracle’