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FULL SHOW: Coronavirus numbers explode as testing starts in Florida

Miami issued an emergency "stay at home" order last night that requires residents to remain home unless they are doing something essential. Florida Governor DeSantis is still taking heat for not issuing any kind of statewide "shelter in place" order. RT America's John Huddy reports from Miami. With the number of coronavirus cases in New York set to rise sharply, officials are keeping a close eye on the already stressed hospitals. Governor Cuomo has applied strict rules to keep residents at home and continues to plead for help from the federal government. RT America's Trinity Chavez has the story. India has launched the world’s largest coronavirus-related lockdown, ordering more than 1.3 billion residents to stay in their homes for the next three weeks. How will this shutdown impact the country, and will it prevent a large-scale outbreak of the virus? RT America’s Rachel Blevins has the latest. Plus, after announcing that Los Angeles’ gun shops would be deemed non-essential and forced to close under a shelter in place order, the sheriff is walking back his demands. RT America's Natasha Sweatte has the details.