Concerns have been growing throughout the State of Florida over the upward trend of new COVID-19 cases in the State. Over the weekend, Florida saw three record setting days in a row.
In Miami, Mayor Francis Suarez has taken note of the trend in his City and the County and has started discussing the possible return to a safer-at-home policy to continue to maintain a more flattened curve.
Coral Gables had seen a flattened curve for several weeks. In fact, the City had only seen 23 new cases in 27 days, dating back to May 16th.
However, that seems to be changing. On Friday, Coral Gables saw 3 new cases, its highest single-day rise since May 26th. That was followed by 4 new cases on Saturday, the highest single-day rise since May 15th. An additional two cases were confirmed on Sunday.
This morning, Coral Gables tied its 4th highest daily rise at 6 new COVID-19 cases. Bringing the four-day total to 15. Coral Gables had not seen a four-day rise in the number of confirmed cases of over 13, since April 8th, right at the peak of the pandemic.