MIAMI (CBSMiami) – The Florida Keys will be reopening to visitors and tourists starting on Monday, June 1.

Checkpoints on U.S. 1 and Star Road 905 will be suspended and hotels, campgrounds, vacation rentals, and lodging establishments will start taking guests at 50 percent occupancy.

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The reopening of lodgings is subject to COVID-19 guidelines, including sanitation and social distancing.

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Officials also announced airport screenings and bus restrictions will also be lifted on Monday.

Keys’ residents are urged to continue to follow directives to help prevent the spread of COVID-19, including wearing masks in public settings, limiting group sizes to 10 or less, and physically distancing from others by six feet.

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Monroe County has been closed to visitors since March 22.