Malls and stores alike in South Florida have started to reopen with social distancing restrictions to protect customers. In the mall, customers will see social distancing signs, there will be a limit on how many people are allowed on elevators and customers will notice plenty of sanitizer throughout the mall. Other malls that have reopened on Monday include Coral Square, The Falls, Florida Keys Outlet Marketplace, Miami International Mall and Sawgrass Mills. The Village of GulfStream Park in Broward County will slowly open their shops and restaurants. The outdoor mall plans to have
80% to 90% of their tenants up and running for business, and they want to have all of their businesses open by next week. Officials say the safety of their customers is the outdoor venue’s bottom line. Dadeland Mall reopens Monday, May 18. Hours daily are 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., Sunday noon to 6 p.m. However, not all malls throughout South Florida open on Monday. Dolphin Mall will reopen on Wednesday. Aventura Mall will open their doors on Thursday, and Westfield Broward will open on Friday. More information about requirements and restrictions for Miami-Dade County’s post coronavirus plans are detailed in Moving To A New Normal, a guide for the residents, business and commercial establishment owners and people who operate other facilities
throughout Miami-Dade County. Here is a list of some of the main requirements for retail establishments:
● Staff and customers capacity requirement is 50 percent of mall/store occupancy.
● Elevator capacity limited to 4 with visual markers for passengers to stand on for
● Space out customer queues for fitting rooms and at cashiers with floor markers
every six feet.
● Plexiglass sneeze guards at checkout stations.
● Eliminate car valets.
● Create one way circulation paths inside stores.
● Remove public seating areas.
● Customers need to wear face masks or facial coverings at all times.
● Encourage contactless payment.
● Merchandise, particularly clothing, must not be handled or tried on by customers
and returned to shelves or display racks before being properly cleaned.
Covid-19 Updates and Resources
The Florida Department of Health is now compiling Florida COVID-19 cases by zip code. You can search cases in your neighborhood here: https://floridahealthcovid19.gov While updates and resources about COVID-19 can be found on the CDC site, we provided some additional resources below. For updates concerning public health orders, courts, and other information see the following links below:
Florida Courts: https://www.jud11.flcourts.org/coronavirus
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