Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez told residents on Friday to prepare for the arrival of Hurricane Isaias, which is said to be heading for the east coast of Florida by Saturday.
Gimenez urged locals to have a contingency plan in case the storm is more intense than expected, CBS 4 reported. He also said 20 evacuation centers will be made available if necessary, as officials continue to keep track of the hurricane's path.
“There’s still a lot of uncertainty about the track and we will continue to issue updates," he said. "So to reiterate, we have 20 evacuation centers on standby. They’re not open. Should we need to open them and we will have them set up with COVID-19 safety measures. It’s really too early to tell yet, so we are closely monitoring the situation."
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