The heckler criticized the governor for his response to the coronavirus outbreak in the state.
Florida's latest daily case count was the state's highest number reported since the outbreak began.
Florida was one of the last states to impose a stay-at-home order when the crisis first hit the U.S. in March, and one of the first to reopen.
Miami-Dade County has reported over 2,000 newly confirmed coronavirus cases nearly every day for the last week.
Florida reported a 16.27 percent positivity rate, the highest the state has seen since the pandemic began.
The 43 affected hospitals are spread across 21 counties, including Miami-Dade, Broward, Hillsborough and Orange, which are home to some of the state's largest cities.
"Disney, I have no doubt is going to be a safe environment," Governor Ron DeSantis said.
Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez said Monday that he is signing an executive order that will close restaurant dining rooms, gyms and party venues in an effort to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus.
The latest state coronavirus report for Florida showed around 11,445 new coronavirus cases recorded for July 3.
Senator Rick Scott said that all levels of government should "stop mandating things" and "start just giving people good information."
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis suggested that the state's beaches should remain open as people gather outdoors for the Fourth of July weekend despite the COVID-19 pandemic, insisting that the virus "does not like sunshine, heat and humidity."
"There is no constitutional right to endanger other people, which is why we can regulate smoking," Mayor Dan Gelber said.
"Most of the folks in those younger demographics, although we want them to be mindful of what's going on, are just simply much, much less at risk than the folks who are in those older age groups," Governor Ron DeSantis said on Tuesday.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis insisted that reopening plans would continue to move forward despite skyrocketing COVID-19 cases, one day after vetoing the entire budget of an online learning program as the state prepares to reopen schools "at full capacity" in August.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis on Tuesday signed a bill that sees the state join about half of all U.S. states in requiring that minors obtain parental consent before undergoing abortions.
A surge in coronavirus cases in three critical states could seriously complicate the Trump campaign's efforts to recast the race.
Governor Ron DeSantis said young people are driving the spike in positive test rates, which rose to about 20 percent among 25- to 34-year-olds.
According to data made available Saturday morning by the Florida Department of Health's COVID-19 response page, the state had reported 9,585 new positive cases.
Out of Arizona's 63,030 reported positive cases, more than half of those infected are residents aged 20 to 44.
"We are where we are," Florida Governor Ron DeSantis said Thursday. "I didn't say we were going to go on to the next phase."
Florida government officials claimed that contact tracing determined that 13 employees and 28 patrons connected to the bar had tested positive for COVID-19.
On Orlando bar had 13 employees and 28 patrons test positive for COVID-19 after it reopened without safety measures in place.
Will's Pub, located in downtown Orlando, shut its doors last week after announcing in a Facebook post that a customer who had dined there June 18 had received their positive coronavirus test results the next morning.
Governor Ron DeSantis has yet to implement a statewide requirement for face coverings.
"[T]he FMA unequivocally endorses this public health measure," FMA president Ronald L. Giffler wrote in the statement. "Wearing a mask may save your life and the lives of others."
Friday's all-time high marks 15 of the last 16 days where the state reported of 1,000 or more confirmed cases of the new coronavirus.
"It is a real concern," New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said Thursday while discussing placing visitors from Florida to New York under quarantine.
Meanwhile, the southern state's positive test rate has increased over the past week.
The state hit another record high with 2,581 new cases of the coronavirus on Saturday.
Trump had vowed to move the convention if the state wouldn't allow its convention center to operate at full capacity.