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Coronavirus Isn’t Keeping Florida Crowds From SpaceX Launch

NYTimes.com Wednesday, 27 May 2020
Many beachside hotels along the state’s Space Coast were already at full capacity before Wednesday’s scheduled launch, a local tourism executive said.
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