Florida tourism industry mostly shut down in midst of COVID-19 concernsFlorida’s tourism industry is considered one of the state’s economic backbones according to economists. But, as Coronavirus fears mount nationwide, many of the state’s tourist attractions like Disney World, Universal and SeaWorld remain closed. Gov. Ron DeSantis is also urging spring breakers to stay away. Even so, experts believe a strong economic recovery is possible.Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here.Fears are growing that Florida could be another coronavirus hotspot after a sharp increase in infections in the last 24 hours and nearly two dozen more deaths.Health officials said Saturday morning they have seen 863 additional positive COVID-19 cases, which brought the total tally of cases to 3,763.CLICK HERE FOR FULL CORONAVIRUS COVERAGE In this photo provided by the Florida Keys News Bureau, Monroe County Sheriff’s Office Col. Lou Caputo directs a driver wanting to continue down the Florida Keys Overseas Highway near Key Largo, Fla. Friday, March 27, 2020. The Keys have been temporarily closed to visitors since March 22, because of the coronavirus crisis. Keys officials decided to established the checkpoint Friday to further lessen the threat of virus transmission

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