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Coronavirus: Miami-Dade restaurants allowed to open indoor dining on Monday
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Coronavirus: Miami-Dade restaurants allowed to open indoor dining on Monday

The process of reopening South Florida amid the coronavirus pandemic continues on Monday, as Miami-Dade County restaurants will have new rules to follow.

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The process of reopening South Florida amid the coronavirus pandemic continues on Monday, as Miami-Dade County restaurants will have new rules to follow.

The guidelines will allow for indoor dining, and casinos are following new protocol as well.

For the first time in months, restaurant owners can open their dining rooms, but there are restrictions and rules to follow.

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Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Gimenez banned indoor dining in early July due to the spike in COVID-19 cases.

With those cases now declining, and with the positivity rates at six percent in the county, Gimenez is allowing people to eat inside once again.

Ani Meinhold, general manager of Phuc Yea restaurant in Miami, said she’s been aggressively doing takeout and delivery to make up for the decline in customers and capacity, but she’s grateful she will be allowed to reopen her trendy dining room.

“Dining outdoors has come with its challenges,” she said. “Every added table is great we are hoping people want to come out and continue to support the restaurant.”