CORAL SPRINGS, FL – Here are Monday afternoon updates on coronavirus in Coral Springs and Broward County:
- Broward County has two new cases of coronavirus, bringing the total to 38, which is still the highest in Florida, Florida Department of Health has announced.
- As of Monday morning, there were no confirmed cases of coronavirus in Coral Springs, Mayor Scott Brook said.
- For now, parks in Coral Springs will stay open, the city’s Emergency Management Director Alex Falcone and the city’s Medical Director Dr. Peter Antevy said in a Facebook Live session.
There are no immediate plans for a curfew in Coral Springs or to close restaurants and other businesses, they said.
However, Dr. Antevy said, people should stop gathering in places of worship or other meeting places to reduce exposure.
- A drive-through coronavirus testing center is in the process of opening at Cleveland Clinic in Coral Springs on University Drive, but it’s only for people who are prescribed a test by their physicians, they said.