Doha Madani11h ago / 12:19 AM UTCMiami Mayor Francis Suarez announced Tuesday on Twitter that the city will be enacting a shelter-in-place order to keep residents at home as coronavirus cases increase. Suarez is still under quarantine nearly two weeks after he tested positive for the virus and made the announcement through a video on his account.“We are putting a shelter-in-place order, or stay-at-home order, in place today,” he said. “I’ve been trying to do it for the last week, unfortunately I’ve been getting resistance internally.” The mayor also announced that he was retested on Monday and was still positive. He said he would continue to quarantine until he met the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines for release.Yesterday, I was retested as part of the official process to be released from quarantine. Here are my results as well as some major announcements regarding new testing and safety measures in the @CityofMiami. pic.twitter.com/EuEhtAJxGr— Mayor Francis Suarez (@FrancisSuarez) March 24, 2020 Number of Americans testing positive skyrockets as states struggle to contain outbreakIn New York, the number of confirmed cases statewide is doubling every three days, and Los Angeles reported its first death in a patient under 18 years old. Kristen Welker12h ago


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