The Florida Keys Will Be Reopening to Tourists on June 1



Residents and visitors are also being encouraged to “continue to follow directives set by the State, County, and municipalities to help prevent the spread of COVID-19, including wearing masks in public settings, limiting group sizes to 10 or less, and physically distancing from others by six feet,” the statement continues. 

According to the last update from the State Health Office, Monroe County has reported 100 total cases of the coronavirus, and three deaths. They have not yet determined when they will lift the 50 percent capacity restriction on lodging. 

Jacksonville was the first city in Florida to reopen its beaches, doing so on Friday, April 17. They were closed for just under a month, and those who violated the order were charged with trespassing.

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