Florida state officials announced that Florida bars will be allowed to reopen at 50% capacity on Monday, September 14.
Halsey Beshears, Secretary of Department of Business & Professional Regulation, tweeted out on September 10:
We are rescinding amended EO 20-09 from DBPR as of Monday. Starting Monday, all bars will be reopened at 50% occupancy. pic.twitter.com/YqQR2MkJpR
— HalseyBeshears (@HalseyBeshears) September 10, 2020
Bars must continue to follow social distancing guidelines and safety measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19. The state shut down bars back in June as COVID-19 cases in Florida continued to rise. Stay tuned with your local government more information about local bars that will be allowed to reopen near you.
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