(CNN)With four deaths, Florida was already on the front lines of the coronavirus crisis, but with a significant spike in cases over the weekend, the state is ramping up its response to protect citizens. Yes, that goes for the masses who flocked to beaches amid Spring Break. While it was business as usual Saturday on South Beach — spurring federal health officials to greet sunbathers with a floating sign warning them to keep their distance from sick people, CNN affiliate WPLG reported — local and state leaders announced added precautions later in the day. By early Saturday evening, Miami Beach police began deterring large groups from Lummus Park and clearing one of the most popular stretches of South Beach, which because of school closing and extended spring breaks had seen more visitors soaking up rays and splashing about in the Atlantic, the city said. Miami Beach also ordered all nonessential business to close at 11 p.m. and issued an 11 p.m. curfew for its mixed-use entertainment district, it said in a rundown of emergency declarations. Miami-Dade County is limiting events to 250 people, but Mayor Carlos Gimenez said he would consider lowering the number to 50.”Continuing to allow these large

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