Full Phase 2 of Florida's Reopening
Posted on June 5, 2020
Gov. DeSantis’ Full Phase Two of Florida's Recovery plan went into effect today, Friday, June 5th. Bars, movie theaters, and bowling alleys are among the businesses permitted to open their doors and operate at 50% capacity. Additionally, the plan increases restaurants, retailers, and fitness centers to full capacity.
Our St. Lucie is a free, digital resource created for St. Lucie County residents and businesses to share information during this time of global crisis. We’ve updated our 'What's Open' section to include Summer Camps in St. Lucie County and will continue to update it regularly as businesses open up and Florida's Recovery Plan continues to unfold.
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Richard and Lori Tambone
Below are a few new items that we added this week that may be of interest to you:
- A comprehensive list of Shops & Services has been updated to include Summer Camps in St. Lucie County under the new guidelines for Florida's recovery.
- Details on Governor DeSantis' Full Phase 2: Safe. Smart. Step-by-Step Plan
- Restaurants may operate at full capacity outside (with proper social distancing) & indoor seating is allowed at 50% capacity. Bar-top service is allowed if patron is seated.
- Bars & Pubs may operate at 50% capacity inside & full capacity outside (with proper social distancing). Bar-top service is allowed if patron is seated. The new order does not apply to nightclubs.
- Retail Establishments may operate at full capacity.
- Gyms may operate at full capacity.
- Entertainment Businesses, including but not limited to movie theaters, concert houses, auditoriums, playhouses, bowling alleys and arcades, may operate at 50% capacity.
- Barber Shops, Hair Salons & Nail Salons may continue to operate while adhering to safety protocols.
- Personal Services Businesses, including but not limited to tattoo parlors, acupuncture establishments, tanning salons & massage establishments may operate while adhering to guidance from the FL Department of Health.
- Summer camps and Youth Recreation Camps may also operate.
- Schools & Organized Youth Activities (e.g., daycare, camps) may operate, including youth sports teams & leagues, youth clubs & programs and child care.
- Museums & Libraries may operate at 50% capacity if permitted by local governments.
- Amusement Parks may submit re-opening plans with county approval to the State for consideration.
- Professional Sports Venues may open and operate for games, events, competitions and training.
- Pari-Mutuel Facilities may submit a request to open to the DBPR. The request must include an endorsement from their county major or county administrator if no mayor.
- Vacation Rentals: Counties may seek approval to operate vacation rentals by submitting request & safety plan to the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation (DBPR).
- University Campuses: On June 23rd, Florida Universities will be presenting their plans to Re-Open their campuses
NOTE: In order to operate as stated above, businesses need to provide appropriate social distancing and frequent sanitation.
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