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COVID-19 Turns Bustling Art Deco District into Desserted Streets

Beaches, parks, movie theaters, concert halls, gymnasiums, and similar businesses are closed in South Beach. In bustling South Beach, Mango's Tropical Cafe is one of the restaurants that closed due to the new virus outbreak.

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In this photo, a sign is shown outside the closed Mango’s Tropical Cafe along the normally bustling streets of the Art Deco district, Wednesday, March 25, 2020, in Miami Beach, Florida’s famed South Beach.

Mango’s Tropical Cafe is located at 900 Ocean Dr in Miami’s Art Deco Historic District and features award-winning cuisine and showcase our talented performers with world-renowned entertainment. They have joined the hundreds of restaurants in the state that have closed following Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis ban of all onsite dining at restaurants in a state that is heavily dependent on tourism and consumer spending to pay its bills.

The new coronavirus causes mild or moderate symptoms for most people, but for some, especially older adults and people with existing health problems, it can cause more severe illness or death.
 

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