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St. Petersburg police shared this executive order on their social media this morning. As part of the effort to slow the spread of the coronavirus, it’s now mandatory to keep boats 50 feet apart. Also under the order, a maximum number of 10 can be on board. Boaters can download a PDF of the order here.


Things You CAN Do In Tampa Bay


Beating Coronavirus In Tampa Bay is a roundtable discussion with some of your favorite Tampa radio personalities. We’re powering through the pandemic and coming together, but keeping 6 feet apart. We’ll do what we must to slow down the spread of coronavirus in Florida but still live our lives. This time, Geno and Rich Fields from Q105 are joined by 99.5 QYK’s midday host Launa.

From some chat about the Redneck Riviera (Gandy Beach) to the golf courses, Geno and Rich from Q105 chat with 99.5 QYK’s Launa about living life through the coronavirus scare in Tampa Bay.  While there are a lot of events cancelled and businesses closed, there are things you CAN do. Go look at the Skyway Bridge at night, do some fishing, or just enjoy the weather because this time of year is perfect in Florida.

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