A look back at what's happened over the past months.
Key events in the coronavirus pandemic in Northeast Florida:
March 12: The Players Championship canceled.
March 13: Jacksonville Mayor Lenny Curry declares local state of emergency and issues order closing event venues, city parks, libraries and the Jacksonville Zoo.
March 15: Mayor announces that City Council member Sam Newby has the coronavirus. He would recover.
March 16: Mayor limits bars, restaurants, churches, movie theaters and “social gathering places” to a maximum capacity of 50 people. Alcohol sales are banned from midnight to 8 a.m.
March 17: Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis closes all bars and nightclubs statewide for 30 days.
March 18: Publix Super Markets and many other retailers reduce hours.
March 18: Simon closes St. Johns Town Center, The Avenues mall and the St. Augustine Premium Outlets.
March 19: Foreclosure sales and evictions suspended by court.
March 20: DeSantis orders restaurants to cease on-premise food and alcohol consumption, limiting service to carryout and delivery.
March 20: COVID-19 testing site opens at the Prime F. Osborn III Convention Center.
March 20: Duval County beaches closed.
March 20: Local governments allowed to meet via teleconference.
March 23: Curry mandates employees who can do their jobs remotely to work from home.
March 25: City offices and buildings with public lobbies close.
March 25: President Donald Trump declares Florida a major disaster area.
March 25: Access to the Duval County Courthouse is restricted. All jury trials suspended.
March 31: Duval County hotels banned from accepting reservations from “nonessential” lodgers.
April 3: Statewide stay-at-home order begins except for essential services.
April 7: Curry signs small business relief loan and grant program partnership with VyStar Credit Union.
April 13: Curry extends local state of emergency declaration for 30 days.
April 28: Curry signs $159 million COVID-19 stimulus package that includes $40 million in $1,000 payments to qualifying residents.
April 28: Nonessential lodgers allowed to stay in area hotels.
May 4: Duval County beaches reopened for exercise and essential activities.
May 4: State’s Phase One reopening begins with restaurants, retail stores limited to 25%. Inpatient and outpatient elective surgeries can resume. St. Johns Town Center, The Avenues mall and the St. Augustine Premium Outlets reopen.
May 6: Beaches reopen to all activities.
May 9: Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens reopens.
May 11: Barbershops, hair and nails salons allowed to reopen.
May 18: Curry lifts work-from-home order, but urges employers to continue to offer the option for employees
May 18: Fitness centers, gyms, libraries and museums reopen at 50% capacity. Stores and restaurants can boost capacity to 50%.
May 20: Vacation rentals allowed to reopen.