America's love-hate take on pandemic-era Florida

Miami Beach (United States) (AFP) – The warm sands of Miami Beach in Florida are again packed with revelers — a sight that Americans view either as a proof of progress at last against Covid-19, or of a recklessness that could set back the nation’s recovery. When the coronavirus began to sweep the globe one year ago, many were horrified to see hordes of hard-partying locals and visitors still gathering in Florida while life elsewhere came to a grinding halt. Every March, during spring break, thousands of people descend on the barrier island of Miami Beach outside the city for a carnival of soc…

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