Curfew Implemented in Miami

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( – Miami Beach has announced that there would be a new midnight curfew implemented ahead of the spring break crowds this weekend. 

The curfew is going to remain in place from March 15 at 11:59 p.m. until March 18 when it will be lifted at 6 a.m. The curfew followed a recent statement from Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-Fla.) who had argued that there would be increased law enforcement presence in Miami Beach and other spring break destinations in an attempt to reduce “mayhem.” 

Businesses located in the area are required to close early enough to abide by the curfew, this will help people avoid violating the new rule. Businesses are allowed to continue overnight operations but only in the case of delivery services. 

Both residents in the area and guests staying in hotels will be permitted access to their hotel or home. Employees will also be able to leave the outlined area when they need to travel after work. Essential services, such as hospital services, the police, and fire department will not have to abide by the curfew. 

The city has the right to double all fines in the zone relating to noncriminal traffic infractions. Impounding vehicles that have committed violations is also an option. 

Last week, DeSantis announced that over 60 state troopers were going to be deployed to South Florida. To assist with traffic management, the State Highway Patrol has started to use mobile command vehicles and activated aviation drones. 

There will also be limits to beach hours, and beachgoers could be required to be subjected to bag checks at access points at the beach.

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