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DeSantis: About 1.9 million people still without power across Florida

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During a briefing on Friday morning, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis gave an update on efforts to check on people who decided to shelter in place when Hurricane Ian made landfall on Wednesday, saying the state has contacted 20,000 people who didn’t evacuate to a shelter. The governor also said that as of Friday, about 1.9 million people are still without power across the state.