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Miami Beach Moves To Reopen Hotels And Beaches June 1

Miami-Dade has to announce the opening date first

Miami Beach Mayor Dan Gelber and City Manager Jimmy Morales (Credit: Nicholas Hunt/Getty Images, and Mike Coppola/Getty Images)
Miami Beach Mayor Dan Gelber and City Manager Jimmy Morales (Credit: Nicholas Hunt/Getty Images, and Mike Coppola/Getty Images)

Katherine Kallergis

Hotels and beaches in Miami Beach could open June 1.

The Miami Beach City Commission voted unanimously to allow hotels and beaches to reopen next month, as long as Miami-Dade County makes a similar announcement.

Miami-Dade entered Florida’s first phase of reopening on Monday, but Miami Beach, Miami and Hialeah waited until Wednesday to begin allowing non-essential businesses to reopen. Restaurant dining rooms in those three cities will be able to reopen May 27.

Hotels in Miami-Dade, with the exception of essential lodgers, were ordered to close March 23.

The county’s guide to reopening hotels includes increased cleaning protocols in the rooms, common areas and check-in desks. Hotel employees will be required to undergo training to comply with the new regulations. Guests will be required to only congregate with people from the same household, and both guests and workers will also have to wear masks in all common areas.

Read on >>> Source: The Real Deal Miami Beach Moves To Reopen Hotels And Beaches June 1

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