Florida News That Impact You - Dec. 7th

President Trump Returns To White House After Weekend Away

This is a recap of some of the biggest news from around the state that impact you in South Florida. Florida’s daily average for new reported COVID cases has exceeded 9,300 for the past week. That’s the highest since August 11th, though Florida is still well below the peak of average cases reached in mid-July.

Governor DeSantis has ordered all flags at half-staff today for Pearl Harbor Day. Today is the 79th anniversary of Japan’s attack on Pearl Harbor, killing over 2,400 service men and women and leading to the US entering World War II. 

In other news, Goldman Sachs is the latest major financial services company considering a move from New York to Florida. According to Bloomberg News, Goldman would move its asset management division from Manhattan to West Palm Beach. Over the past year multi-billion-dollar firms Icahn Enterprises and Elliot Management have moved operations from New York to South Florida as well. Speaking of relocating to Florida, should Joe Biden become the next President of the United States, the Trump family will be relocating to Mar-a-Lago full-time. According to a report from People, renovations are currently taking place at Mar-a-Lago and First Lady Melania Trump is actively evaluating local high schools for Barron Trump to transfer to.

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