Unsure of What to Do, South Florida Prepares for the Coronavirus

Unsure of What to Do, South Florida Prepares for the Coronavirus

On Thursday, March 12, after President Donald Trump's address to the nation seemed to provide little reassurance Americans would be safe from the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), everyone scrambled to buy supplies. In South Florida, it was no different. From Miami to Fort Lauderdale, residents cleared out shelves at stores, stayed away from public places, and wore masks and gloves at places like the airport. Photography by Michele Eve Sandberg.


On Thursday, March 12, after President Donald Trump's address to the nation seemed to provide little reassurance Americans would be safe from the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), everyone scrambled to buy supplies. In South Florida, it was no different. From Miami to Fort Lauderdale, residents cleared out shelves at stores, stayed away from public places, and wore masks and gloves at places like the airport. Photography by Michele Eve Sandberg.
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