It was a unique Easter and Passover weekend.Houses of worship, normally full, were vacant as congregants watched online or listened in parking lots.Even the latter activity was suspect and potentially criminal depending on the location.We have several stories about the freedom of worship you thought you had.
THE RONA has brought many changes to us, changes we hope are temporary.But we continue to be alarmed by the actions of some elected officials and those we exhibit as well.And it’s getting more stringent as the days pass by.Our technology is relied upon for nearly everything and now it’s about to tell on us.Michigan won’t let folks visit even their family members.
IN A HANDBASKET we have kids being subjected to fines for violating “safer at home” orders and passengers being hauled off busses for not wearing masks.
Florida is no stranger to outlandish measures by government in reaction to the coronavirus.Miami cops are being investigated for handcuffing a doctor who was known for testing the homeless.A judge in South Florida has taken custody of a four year old from her ER doctor mother.FLORIDA TODAY’S thumbs up/down column misses on several judgments as it looks at reactions around the Space Coast.
And cruise ships, a huge industry and economic factor in Brevard, may not be sailing for three more months.We’ll get the lowdown on that from Cruise Holidays’ Larry Jackson in our 8am hour.
MEME of the Day:
The world has flipped upside down.Old folks are sneaking out of the house and the kids are yelling at them to stay indoors!
If you own or manage a restaurant, you and your employees could be facing tough times.We have a new web page for you called Space Coast to Go.com.You can list your hours and available services for our audience to find as they seek dining options.
THE BATTING ORDER
In a Handbasket:
More Coronavirus News in play:
The Usual Suspects: