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Memorial Day destinations around Washington DC are promoting new ways to honor fallen soldiers during the holiday while restricting in-person visits to keep staff and the public safe during the coronavirus pandemic. (May 22) AP Domestic
Like a bear crawling out of its den at winter's end, Floridians cautiously emerge from two months of quarantining for a Memorial Day weekend unlike any before.
The traditional start of summer arrives amid a coronavirus pandemic that has claimed the lives of more than 2,000 Floridians. There will be few parades, limited public ceremonies, and efforts to limit groups at beaches to no more than 10 people.
But, for instance, the soda fountain at Wakulla Springs State Park will be open, and swimmers will be able to do a deep dive into the world-famous spring head as Florida slowly begins to shed restrictions to stop the virus from spreading.
Gov. Ron DeSantis shut down much …