Top Miami news: Drive-thru testing site planned for Marlins Park; curfews and beach closures

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Drive-thru COVID-19 testing site coming to Marlins Park in Miami

Miami-Dade County Mayor Gimenez said Sunday that he is working with Jackson Health Systems, the City of Miami, the University of Miami and the Miami Marlins to bring a free, drive-thru testing site to Marlins Park.

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'The party is over': Officials in Miami, the unofficial spring break capital of the US, are kicking partiers off beaches and implementing 11 p.m. curfews to curb the coronavirus spread

Over the weekend, local Florida officials implemented new restrictions in the area to help curb the spread of coronavirus. There are currently 155 known infected cases in the state.

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Thousands attended Miami gay festival; several later tested positive for coronavirus

The Winter Party Festival, an annual, weeklong LGBTQ event held in Miami, drew thousands from across the country when it kicked off earlier this month. But though it ended March 10, in the week following the event, several attendees have tested positive for the coronavirus, according to festival organizers.

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