Monday, April 19, 2021
Monday, April 19, 2021

Florida Gov. DeSantis PANICS as first COVID-19 variant case surfaces in beachside county

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Florida has evidence of the first identified case of the UK COVID-19 variant in Martin County, and Your Content has learned Gov. Ron DeSantis had a full-blown temper tantrum after hearing the news.

“Florida has evidence of the first identified case of the UK COVID-19 variant in Martin County.” the Florida Department of Health tweeted Thursday.

“The individual is a male in his 20s with no history of travel. The Department is working with the CDC on this investigation. We encourage all to continue practicing COVID-19 mitigation.”

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