Intent on getting Florida courts up and running again, the state’s chief justice appointed a task force to quickly recommend how and when to reopen as the coronavirus pandemic appears to ease.

An administrative order issued Tuesday by Florida Supreme Court Chief Judge Charles Canady assumes “a gradual resumption of court operations.” Courts have been operating under emergency rules since March 13, and Canady issued a new order April 6 suspending non-essential court operations until June.

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