I live in Miami, FL, and my wife was just telling me about one of her friends, also in Miami, that says she reads the news daily, but is still going on outings, eating at restaurants, etc. I personally think that is irresponsible, both for her and her family as well as socially. I certainly understand if she has to go to work, but she doesn't currently work. I don't understand the motivation of someone who says she's informed yet is making careless and irresponsible decisions. This led me to ask my wife what news sources her friend is reading to help her make the decisions she's making.
Any suggestions on the most up-to-date and trustworthy news sources? I've been using https://experience.arcgis.com/experience/7572b118dc3c48d885d1c643c195314e/, which is the data base run by the former Florida state employee who built the current database that Florida is still using. There's a discrepancy in numbers of cases between the two and the database at the link I shared has much more detailed information, which is confusing and makes me think that Florida has been suppressing numbers. I get my other news from CNN, PBS, this forum/site, Miami Herald, Detroit Free Press, NY Times, and Washington Post as well as Twitter. Any help, suggestions, etc. would be helpful so I could at least become more informed as well as share this information with my wife who doesn't follow the news nearly as closely as I do.