Florida is suing the state government for allowing shipping

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has issued new guidelines for companies

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Florida has filed a lawsuit against the state government demanding that shipping be allowed to start immediately, Councilor Ron DeSantis said on Thursday.

DeSantis said the strike order is out of date and damages the state as the industry generates billions of dollars and employs tens of thousands of Floridians.

"We do not believe that the provincial government has the right to play professional football in the major industry for more than a year with very little evidence and very little detail," the Republican governor said at a press conference in Port of Miami.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has released new guidelines for companies on how to respond to Covid-19 cases but has so far not lifted its ban.

The CDC shut down shipping last month in March when several coronavirus practices emerged on ships around the world, prompting ports to reject shipping plans and leave other passengers and crew members to roam longer.

Florida is the nation's capital with three of the busiest ports in the world: Miami, Port Canaveral near Kennedy Space Center, and Port Everglades near Fort Lauderdale. The industry produces billions of state economies as millions of people regularly sail from one of Florida's ports each year.

DeSantis maintained that the ban had serious repercussions in Florida and said that shipping had resumed in many parts of the world, forcing Americans to fly to other nearby Bahamas ports. Industrial leaders say no new outbreaks have been reported on their ships.

“People will travel by sea in some way. The question is will we make it out of Florida, which is the first place to do it in the world, or will they do it from the Bahamas or elsewhere? ”Said DeSantis

The CDC shut down shipping last month in March when several coronavirus practices emerged on ships around the world, prompting ports to reject shipping plans and leave other passengers and crew members to roam longer.

Florida is the nation's capital with three of the busiest ports in the world: Miami, Port Canaveral near Kennedy Space Center, and Port Everglades near Fort Lauderdale. The industry produces billions of state economies as millions of people regularly sail from one of Florida's ports each year.