After much anticipation, the mayor of Miami-Dade County finally is lifting the beach curfew, opening up the sands of Miami Beach and beyond to the public tomorrow after being closed to maintain social distancing regulations.
Originally set to open at the beginning of the month, the beaches remained closed due to the various protests that occurred in areas such as downtown Miami. The news follows closely in the footsteps of the recent decision to reopen businesses like fitness centers in Miami Beach to the public. These businesses have implemented measures to encourage social distancing including ensuring a certain amount of distance and shutting down showers.
As for the beaches, they are limited to a maximum of ten people per group and facial coverings are required if it is not feasible to maintain the six-foot social distancing minimum. This rule does not apply to members of the same household, however. Facial coverings must be worn at concessions or restrooms and neither floats nor coolers are allowed.
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