MIAMI (CBSMiami) – The state has given the green light for Monroe County to resume vacation rentals, along with hotels and other lodging establishments beginning June 1st.
Officials announced that eservations from COVID-19 hot spots are to be avoided for the next 30-45 days and reservations from international guests will not be allowed until further notice.READ MORE: Family, Friends Gathered To Remember Erika Verdecia, Convicted Killer Charged In Her Murder
These are the guidelines officials say vacation rental owners and hotel operators must follow:READ MORE: COVID-19 Testing Sites In South Florida
House cleaning procedures should conform to the new enhanced standards issued by the American Hotel & Lodging Association (AHLA.com), CDC, and DBPR.”
“In addition to the enhanced standards, remote check-in and check-outs will be made available, along with printed copies of CDC regulations and guidelines and printed copies of local COVID-19 regulations and restrictions and signage highlighting the new cleaning protocols will be placed on the property.MORE NEWS: COVID-19 Vaccination Sites In South Florida
Cleaning and property staff will wear facial coverings and gloves and practice social distancing from each other while on property and maintain a schedule that does not coincide with the guest’s arrival or stay.