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Miami is expecting to see its busiest weekend since the Covid-19 pandemic began as thousands flock to South Florida beaches for Memorial Day weekend. NBC News’ Shaq Brewster breaks down what travelers can expect at the beach and what happened last time Miami saw a lot of tourists.