Fun in the Sun Leads to Spike in COVID-19 Cases, Florida Spring Breakers Starting Expressing Regret

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Cases in Florida rise to more than 7,700

Spring breakers are now expressing regret they went, but some say the government wasn’t clear enough in its message to practice social distancing. (NBC Image)

(NBCNews.com) – Spring breakers are now expressing regret they went, but some say the government wasn’t clear enough in its message to practice social distancing.

The clip went viral. “If I get corona, I get corona. At the end of the day, I’m not gonna let it stop me from partying,” Brady Sluder, a spring breaker in Miami, said last week.

Now, as the United States is at about 55,000 cases of the coronavirus, including more than 780 deaths, and is on track to become the new center of the pandemic, he has revised his message: “Don’t be arrogant and think you’re invincible like myself.”

On Monday, Sluder posted a lengthy apology on his Instagram, first reported by The Cincinnati Enquirer, in which he said he “wasn’t aware of the severity of my actions.”

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