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Why Florida May Become An 'Uber-Italy'

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Published on March 19, 2020 - Duration: 00:35s

Why Florida May Become An 'Uber-Italy'

Among the 20 million residents of Florida, a quarter of them are over sixty.

The state also has millions of younger tourists visiting annually.

And according to Business Insider, that could make Florida a veritable super-spreader of the coronavirus.

In Italy, young people tend to commute to work and congregate in crowded cities, then return home to live with their older parents.

In Florida, older residents have lots of contact from younger people coming in from larger cities, too.

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