Monroe County May Cancel Lobster Mini-Season Amid Rising Coronavirus CasesFlorida’s upcoming lobster mini-season may not take place in the Florida Keys.
Rollback Restrictions: Florida Keys Orders Restaurants, Bars To Close Early, Restricts Alcohol SalesMonroe County is adding new nightly restrictions in an effort to slow down the spread of coronavirus in the Florida Keys.
Monroe Co. Developing Phase Plan For Start Of School In The FallWith South Florida school districts grappling on how to reopen schools in the fall, Monroe County has come up with a flexible phase response.
Monroe County Mandates Facial Coverings In Public SettingsIf you're planning a trip to the Keys, be sure to take along a mask.
Reopening Florida: Keys Back In Business & Welcoming Visitors Once AgainThe Florida Keys is welcoming back visitors starting Monday.
Coronavirus In The Florida Keys: Monroe County Reopens To Locals OnlyThe Florida Keys in Monroe County is opening Monday as part of the first phase of reopening the state’s economy, however, it is reopening to locals only. Tourists are not being allowed back just yet amid the coronavirus pandemic.day as part of the first phase of reopening the state’s economy, however, it is reopening to locals only. Tourists are now being allowed back just yet.
Coronavirus Impact: Florida Keys To Remain Closed To Visitors Through MayIt appears we are all going to have to put off a getaway to the Florida Keys for a little longer.
Florida Keys To Remain Closed To Visitors Through MayA weekend trip to the Florida Keys won't be happening any time soon.
Coronavirus Closures: Monroe County Closed To Tourists During OutbreakMonroe County is officially closed to all visitors and tourists during the coronavirus pandemic.
Visitors Welcome As Florida Keys Move Out Of Hurricane Dorian's Forecast ConeAll of the Florida Keys is out of the Hurricane Dorian forecast cone and officials there are welcoming visitors to the island chain.
Florida Keys Officials Ask Visitors To Leave The Keys If They Can Ahead Of Hurricane DorianOfficials in the Florida Keys are asking visitors to calmly leave the island chain if they have the means to do so.  This is over concerns about potential Hurricane Dorian interruptions to deliveries of fuel, supplies and other goods and services to the  Keys from the mainland.