Miami Beach hotels plan to reopen June 1st with strict COVID-19 Precautions
Miami-Dade Country says it’s targeting a June 1 reopening for hotels and beaches.
Recall, that the hotel has previously started to allow retail, restaurant, office, and personal grooming venues to operate in late May as part of its phased reopening plan.
According to the report, The City of Miami Beach has released a draft of mandatory requirements for hotels, and those with properties, in line with its county’s phased reopening approach. However, The hotel restaurant, retail, office space, and personal grooming amenities are permitted to reopen, as long they comply with all state, county, and local requirements, while Hotel swimming pools, hot tubs, bars, banquet halls, fitness studios, gyms and recreational areas for children will initially remain closed.
The document also establishes detailed rules to abide which includes: social distancing, enhanced cleaning, and facial covering, personal protective equipment (PPE) requirements for both hotel employees and guests.
Meanwhile, Miami-Dade County had also released guidelines for beach reopenings, but the gatherings of any beach must not be larger than 10 people. Additionally, People not from the same family must remain six feet apart from the next person. In a scenario social distancing is not possible, face coverings must be worn at all times.
Finally, The approved beach activities include: walking, jogging, swimming, surfing, paddle boarding, and kayaking, sunbathing on individually owned chairs or towels, and eating with members of the same household. Group activities, training, or athletics will not be permitted.