Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez will now “allow” more small businesses to re-open starting Monday, June 8th. These businesses include:
- Banquet Halls (Like the Miami Springs Golf and Country Club)
- Gyms & Fitness Centers (Like G FIVE Training and Wellness)
- Summer Camps and youth activities
- Massage Studios
- Tattoo Parlors and Permanent Makeup (like Brows by Geneva and Scalp Restorations)
MIAMI ( June 04, 2020 ) —
On Thursday, June 4, 2020, Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos A. Gimenez signed two amendments to earlier emergency orders to allow for the re-opening of indoor exercise facilities, along with summer camps, youth sports and dog parks. These amendments will go into effect at 12:01 a.m. on Monday, June 8, 2020.
Amendment No. 2 to Emergency Order 23-20 re-opens banquet halls, gyms, fitness centers, summer camps, youth activities, massage studios, and tattoo parlors. This amendment also provides a process for re-opening movie theaters, bowling alleys, amusement facilities, casinos, and other high-risk but individually unique entertainment establishments.
Amendment No. 2 to Emergency Order 21-20 allows summer camps and youth sports to be conducted under certain social distancing and safety rules. It also permits dog parks to re-open.
Earlier in the week, short-term rentals were re-opened by Emergency Order 24-20.
All re-openings must follow the County’s New Normal Guidelines. To read those regulations, organized by specific businesses, click here.
I signed Amendment 2 to Emergency Order 23-20, allowing gyms, fitness centers, summer camps, youth activities, banquet halls & massage studios, to open on June 8th. These businesses must operate according to the New Normal Handbook found here https://t.co/dhYgCpgpMb @MiamiDadeEM pic.twitter.com/1Fz51wmyeh
— Mayor Carlos A. Gimenez (@MayorGimenez) June 4, 2020