Florida is "not going back" on reopening, governor says

What he’s saying: When asked by reporters on Tuesday if he would tell people to stay home as Abbott did, DeSantis explained that social distancing has been recommended throughout the state’s reopening and that protecting the elderly and vulnerable are the state’s priorities.

“We’re not going back, closing things. I don’t think that that’s really what’s driving it, people going to a business is not what’s driving it,” DeSantis said. “I think when you see the younger folks, I think a lot of it is more just social interactions, so that’s natural.”

“We’re open, we know who we need to protect, most of the folks in those younger demographics, although we want them to be mindful of what’s going on, are just simply much much less at risk than the folks who are in those older age groups.”