Friday, August 14, 2020


I don't have a handle on how many college students are going to be traveling to for the Fall semester, relative to what is normal, but that is an issue, also, too.
The study, conducted by scientists with the Union of Concerned Scientists and Columbia University, examines how four South Florida counties that are hotspots for coronavirus — Miami Dade, Palm Beach, Monroe and Broward — would influence the spread of COVID-19 should a Category 3 hurricane hit the area and force some residents to flee to safer regions.