MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Pools in condos, apartments and private communities across Miami-Dade will be able to reopen on June 1.
Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Gimenez made the announcement Sunday afternoon during a virtual meeting with the mayors, city managers and medical experts.READ MORE: Anti-Defamation League: FBI Arrested 'White Supremacist' During Fort Lauderdale Raid
Pool reopenings will come with restrictions, which the mayor and medical experts will review this week.
The June 1 date coincides with the reopening of county beaches and hotels, including beaches and hotels in Miami Beach.
“We have to exercise some measure of caution because there is a natural tension between crowds and physical distancing,” Miami Beach Mayor Gelber said. “How do you manage that in a pandemic? The answer is carefully. We know that Memorial Day is a traditional time for everybody to go to the beach and if we saw hundreds of thousands of people on our beaches, it would be a disaster.”READ MORE: COVID In Florida: 6,014 Additional Cases, 132 Deaths Reported Wednesday
Miami-Dade entered Florida’s first phase of reopening on Monday, but Miami Beach, Miami and Hialeah waited until Wednesday to begin allowing non-essential businesses to reopen. Restaurant dining rooms in those three cities will be able to reopen May 27.
Broward County has set a target date to reopen hotels and beaches for May 26, the day after Memorial Day as well.
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