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As Florida Begins To Reopen, A Look Back At The Past Few Weeks

Groups around the Tampa Bay region have placed encouraging signs, uplifting art installations, and colorful sidewalk chalk messages around more visible areas.
Groups around the Tampa Bay region have placed encouraging signs, uplifting art installations, and colorful sidewalk chalk messages around more visible areas.

As Florida enters Phase 1 of Gov. Ron DeSantis' plans to reopen the state, we take a look back at the last few weeks with scenes from around the Tampa Bay region as residents try to balance everyday life with safer-at-home orders.

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Ybor City 

https://youtu.be/CvniBqub7M0

Curtix Hixon Waterfront Park and the Tampa Riverwalk

https://youtu.be/70gfTmPMOn4

Tampa International Airport

https://youtu.be/qPHCGB046P4

Davis Island and  Bayshore Boulevard in Tampa

https://youtu.be/gSGnV_g9fJk

Crescent Lake Park and Downtown St. Petersburg

https://youtu.be/EefzSK9Xqwg

Additional photos by Delaney Brown.

Publix

Grocery stores and retail businesses like Publix and Walmart have created one way aisles to help people stay six feet apart more easily.
Credit Daylina Miller/WUSF Public Media
Grocery stores and retail businesses like Publix and Walmart have created one way aisles to help people stay six feet apart more easily.

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