The San Jose Academy and Prep High School graduates prepare to sit down for their graduation ceremony at the TIAA Bank Field Jacksonville, FL on June 13, 2020. This is the first high school graduating class to have the chance to walk because of the coronavirus pandemic.

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A graduate from San Jose Academy and Preparatory High School holds up his diploma for a photo after the ceremony is finished on June 13, 2020. This is the first high school graduating class to have the chance to walk because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Krystal Robinson, right, attends one of her last checkups with Dr. Dorothy Lee-Evenson on Friday, June 5, 2020, at Advent Health OBGYN in Ocala, Fla. Robinson’s baby is due in a week and, because of the coronavirus pandemic, she's stayed at home since March where she lives with her son, her sister and her sister's four children. (Emily Felts/Fresh Take Florida)

Tanner Smith comforts Juliet, his newborn child, who was born on May 25, 2020, as she falls asleep on Friday, June 5, 2020, in Leesburg, Fla. Because of the coronavirus, Juliet’s time outside is limited to short walks around the neighborhood. (Emily Felts/Fresh Take Florida)

Tanner Smith and Hanna Smith watch over their daughter, Juliet, as she sleeps on Friday, June 5, 2020, in Leesburg, Fla. The couple spent the last few months of Hanna's pregnancy at home because of the coronavirus pandemic. During this time, Tanner could not attend doctor’s appointments with Hanna. Now they're gradually trying to spend more time with Juliet outside and are hoping to be able to safely hire a babysitter soon so they can go on a few dates again. (Emily Felts/Fresh Take Florida)

Brandon Turner, 19, a volunteer for Catholic Charities in Jacksonville, Fla., helps put groceries into cars during the pop-up food charity on May 15, 2020. 

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Gillermo Santamaria, 22, a volunteer for Catholic Charities in Jacksonville, Fla., helps organize the groceries for the pop-up food charity on May 15, 2020. 

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Groups of people bike on First Street in Atlantic Beach, Fla., on April 18, 2020, the second evening the beaches reopened to the public. 

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A family bikes up First Street in Atlantic Beach, Fla., on April 18, 2020. 

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Many people are seen on the beaches shortly after 5 p.m. on April 18, 2020, the second evening the beaches re-opened in Jacksonville, Fla.

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Many people were seen at Jacksonville Beach, Fla., on April 18, 2020, about thirty-minutes before beach hours ended. 

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Many people were seen at Jacksonville Beach, Fla., on April 18, 2020, about thirty-minutes before beach hours ended.

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The Tini Martini Bar and Meehan’s Irish Pub are closed on April 11, 2020, in St. Augustine, Fla., due to the coronavirus pandemic. 

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A store’s blinds are closed and paper is taped up on April 11, 2020,  in St. Augustine, Fla., due to the coronavirus pandemic. 

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A biker casually rides down A1A on April 11, 2020, in St. Augustine, Fla. 

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Casa Maya offers takeout and delivery meals and alcoholic beverages on April 11, 2020, in St. Augustine, Fla. The restaurant's dine-in option is closed because of the coronavirus pandemic.

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A sign flashes in front of the Bridge Of Lions located in St. Augustine, Fla., stating “Covi-19 Social Distance,”

on April 11, 2020. 

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A couple strolls past the vacant shopping walkway on April 1, 2020, at the St. Johns Town Center located in Jacksonville, Fla.

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One security guard sits inside Apple on April 1, 2020, at the St. John Town Center located in Jacksonville, Fla. 

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A couple walks their dog through the St. Johns Town Center on April 1, 2020 in Jacksonville, Fla. Because of the coronavirus pandemic, there's little-to-no people seen at the popular shopping district. 

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A Sprouts employee wears a glove to put away fruit before closing on April 1, 2020 in Jacksonville, Fla. 

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Ethan Bennett, 17, disinfects a couples shopping cart  on April 1, 2020, before they enter the Sprouts at the St. Johns Town Center in Jacksonville, Fla. 

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