Yesterday, Miami Beach City Manager Jimmy L. Morales sent a memorandum to members of the city’s Finance and Economic Resiliency Committee that outlines what he described as a “Resilient Recovery Plan” for the city, including restaurants.

Morales did not set a schedule, but he based his approach on the White House’s recently released Opening Up America Again guidelines and noted that the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation at the University of Washington estimates June 8 as the “earliest date that Florida can relax social distancing with containment strategies that include testing, contact tracing, isolation, and limiting gathering size.” 

The plan addresses many aspects of daily life, including schools, childcare, transportation, government services, parks, places of worship, community centers, hotels, retail, beaches, entertainment, bars, and restaurants.

Read More: https://www.miaminewtimes.com/restaurants/miami-beach-releases-recovery-plan-to-reopen-restaurants-and-bars-11628287

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