A Vanderbilt University student who tested positive for coronavirus and is in a two-week quarantine at his parents’ house in New York reacted on Wednesday to students on spring break in Florida flocking to beaches amid the outbreak.Max Schulman, who has spent 10 days in isolation in his parents’ Long Island home after spending his spring break in Spain, said he is currently “feeling totally fine.”“I haven’t had any symptoms since last Sunday or Monday,” he said on “America’s Newsroom” on Wednesday. “Thank God I am a healthy young individual and this really hasn’t been much worse than a flu for me,” Schulman said.“My advice to everyone is to act like you already have coronavirus in order to prevent its spread.”On Tuesday, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis called out students on spring break for not practicing social distancing.“The universities with the spring break … a lot of students have just been congregating at the universities and going out and doing things there, and that’s not something we want,” DeSantis said during a news conference.Despite official encouragement of social distancing, some are still soaking up the sunshine on beaches in the state. On Clearwater Beach, Monday just appeared to be another day in the spring break calendar.“I was not taking the threat that seriously when I was in Barcelona,” Schulman


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