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Miami Restaurants Reopened To Customers. Here’s what you need to know.

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April 11, 2020

Miami Restaurants Reopened To Customers. Here’s what you need to know.

When the coronavirus shutdown hit Florida, many restaurateurs opted to turn off the burners entirely out of concern for the well-being of their families, staff, and customers while some remained open for delivery and takeout. Last week Miami-Dade country Mayor Carlos A. Gimenez released Phase I draft guidelines.

The New Normal Guide outlines the following:
  • Restaurants may operate at no more than 50% of its capacity for indoor dining, while also being able to use outdoor space for seating.
  • Restaurants can host up to four diners at the same table together while maintaining three feet between each other. However diners from the same household can sit up to six at a table and don't have to observe the three-feet rule.
  • Physical distancing and wearing masks (even homemade cloth masks) will be strongly enforced.
  • Tables must be spaced three feet apart and can only be 26-32 inches wide.
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