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Mar 17, 2020

The City of Miami just issued an order mandating all businesses and establishments within the City of Miami to reduce their maximum occupancy loads to 50% of their authorized maximum occupancies. Businesses or establishments with an existing occupancy of 500 persons or more are now capped at 250 persons maximum. Businesses and establishments that do not comply with this emergency order face immediate closure.

Additionally, the City has ordered that all non-essential businesses and establishments within the City close no later than 11:00 p.m. daily, including on weekends. This order applies to bars, restaurants, lounges and other entertainment establishments. 

Exceptions to this order are the following: hospitals, pharmacies, grocery stores, medical service providers, medical supply stores, gasoline service stations, hardware stores, convenience stores, private offices, hotels and automotive repair centers.


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