Miami-Dade to Let Restaurants Reopen for Indoor Dining Monday
(Bloomberg) -- Miami-Dade will let restaurants reopen for indoor dining as a Covid-19 surge in Florida’s most populous county appeared to be abating.
The changes will take effect Monday, Mayor Carlos Gimenez said Tuesday in a virtual press conference. He said indoor areas must stay at 50% capacity. There must be six feet between tables, and as many as six people can sit at each table.
Miami-Dade reshut indoor dining last month as Covid-19 swept across the Sun Belt. But in recent weeks, the numbers of patients hospitalized with coronavirus have been consistently declining.
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