The Florida Lottery announced Monday that daily drawings will resume today and make-up drawings for all Lottery Draw games suspended due to Hurricane Irma will also be conducted in sequence Tuesday, September 12, with full security and auditing measures in place.
The lottery had previously suspended daily drawings for all games starting Sunday on the order of Gov. Rick Scott, due to the potential catastrophic impacts of Hurricane Irma.
Players holding tickets for any Lottery Draw games originally scheduled for Sunday, September 10, and Monday September 11, will be able to view the video-taped make-up drawings on the Florida Lottery's YouTube site once they are posted. Draw results will also be published on Lottery Post's Florida Lottery Results page.
Florida Lottery drawings were suspended Sunday September 10, and Monday September 11, as a result of Hurricane Irma and the related Executive Orders by Governor Scott and the Florida Lottery which provided authority for the temporary suspension of business operations to ensure the health and safety of Floridians.
"We thank Governor Rick Scott for his decisive leadership, as well as the selfless devotion and courage of all those who placed themselves at risk to protect Florida's families over the past several days," said Lottery Secretary Poppell.