• On November 25, the September order was extended. This order prevents local authorities from inhibiting an individual from “working or operating a business”. It also continued to prevent restaurants from operating at less than 50% capacity, and forces local authorities to justify any limits below 100% occupancy. This order remains in effect.
  • A mask mandate has still not been ordered. Facial coverings in public spaces are left up to local authorities to determine, but they are not permitted to enforce.
  • As of September 25, the Governor declared that the state would be moving into its third phase, opening all bars and restaurants to 100% capacity. Although this mandates the minimum capacity for all restaurants must be 50%, local authorities must justify any capacity between this and full capacity.
  • On July 8, Miami-Dade County closed dine-in service after a spike in COVID-19 cases. Restaurants will be allowed to serve customers only via delivery and takeout.