Fort Lauderdale attorney Bruce Rogow was walking from his house to the mailbox looking a bit like “a robber” in a blue-and-white cloth face mask, when it dawned on him that he had technically just broken the law.

For most Floridians, wearing a face mask in public has become an acceptable new norm amid concerns about contracting COVID-19.

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