Today is the day Miami-Dade opens its beaches!! We "Miamians" have been waiting for this day impatiently.
Tourism is a significant part of Miami's economy - so it's no surprise people are eager to see it reopen. In 2018 alone, 23 million tourists brought in $18 billion to the local economy, according to the .
A group of medical experts met with Mayor Gimenez to solidify a reopening plan. If there's any indication from that are planning to open up soon, such as and expect limited capacity at beaches, restaurants, hotels and more.
Managers at the Boucher Brothers beach concession stands will place chairs and umbrellas six feet apart, and "Beach Ambassadors" will tell beachgoers when they're too close, or have too many people in a group.
have opened, with social distancing measures in place. To limit capacity and foot traffic, many bars and restaurants are insisting that customers .
Unsurprisingly, is plentiful at many of the city's popular points . Pricing is considerably lower than normal in June. is available starting June 12 at $225 per night. In fact, some June dates are pricing lower than normal: At the Fontainebleau Miami Beach, travelers can expect to pay about $150 per night in June - rates that are just about average.
Despite the shortages of flights, we are finding many North Easterners looking to secure a home or condo in Miami at this time. After the last few months in lock-down, Miami is even more appealing.
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Please stay safe and healthy!
By , and Scott Reinhard, New York Times, May 16, 2020