Here’s what to expect when Florida enters phase 3 of reopening
For reference, it took Florida about a month to move from phase one to phase two. RestaurantsFull capacity and service can happen with limited social distancing protocols in place. Extra sanitation measures include either providing disposable paper menus or disinfecting laminated menus after each use. RecreationState parks, beaches, movie theaters, concert halls, playhouses, casinos, arcades and the like can fully reopen with limited social distancing measures. Reducing capacity and limited social distancing is, however, recommended for large sporting events.
Here’s when will Florida could enter phase 3 of reopening
Here in central Florida, performance halls continue to prepare to reopen and bars can reopen on Monday -- so what’s next? [TRENDING: What La Nina could mean for rest of hurricane season | Bars allowed to open in Florida | Gator ambushes, attacks Florida woman]DeSantis has not indicated when Phase 3 could happen, however his reopening plan calls for Phase 3 when “there is no evidence of a rebound or resurgence of COVID-19 cases.”Most of Florida entered Phase 2 more than three months ago. You can also find the Re-Open Florida Task Force report from April that includes all three phases here. Extra sanitation measures include either providing disposable paper menus or disinfecting laminated menus after each use. RecreationState parks, beaches, movie theaters, concert halls, playhouses, casinos, arcades and the like can fully reopen with limited social distancing measures.
State agents could be going undercover into businesses not following guidelines
Ron DeSantis Phase 2 guidelines conducting both routine and complaint-based inspections, according to a department spokesperson. The only businesses to have its license suspended during the pandemic, according to the department. We have pulled their liquor license last night, Beshears said Tuesday. DBPR sworn agents are generally in plain clothes but display and/or provide their credentials when performing inspections. plan for Floridas Recovery on our website at: DBPR Compliance Concerns Form.
79 days is a long time: Bars, bowling alleys able to open as Phase 2 begins
ORLANDO, Fla. After 79 days, the owner of Caseys on Central said he is finally able to reopen his bar as part of Floridas Phase 2 reopening plan. Ron DeSantis announcing Phase two on Wednesday allowing bars and pubs to reopen at 50% capacity. "79 days is a long time," said Jeff Ekas, owner of Casey's on Central. Phase two allows bars to be at 50% capacity on the inside and 100% capacity on the outside. Managers have also separated groups to every other lane to keep with the 50% capacity for entertainment venues.
Downtown Orlando bars getting ready to reopen, respect curfew
Its owner, John SanFelippo, owning six bars and clubs with more than 200 employees said all of them were furloughed. Though SanFelippo can reopen as early as Friday, June 5, he has decided to wait to reopen his six bars and clubs until late next week. "One more week we will get through it get our staff ready and prepared and open up when the time is right," he said. SanFelippo also waiting because of the current demonstrations and 8 p.m. curfew in place in the City of Orlando. Across Orange Avenue, however, the manager of The Lodge and The Woods bars Jose Campos said they will be ready to reopen by noon on Friday.
NHL plans move to small-group training as Phase 2 of return
TORONTO, ONT The NHL hopes to have players back in team facilities soon -- with plenty of precautions. It has not yet been determined when precisely Phase 2 will start or how long it may last, the said read. Teams are not allowed to require a player to return to a club's home city to complete any necessary quarantine measures before the workouts begin. The NHL/NHLPA Return to Play Committee has been hashing out details of what the game will look like if it's allowed to return this summer. Most NHL players have not been on the ice since the league halted its schedule, although some, including a number of Swedish players who returned home, have been skating in recent weeks.
Fun Spot America, Gatorland push to reopen during phase 2
ORLANDO, Fla. – It’s been almost two months since Gatorland Orlando closed its doors due to the pandemic. Now with the news of Universal's CityWalk and Disney Springs partially reopening, workers say they are ready to reopen whenever they get the green light. Gatorland Orlando, along with other local attractions like Fun Spot America and Icon Park submitted letters to Orange County Mayor Jerry Demings asking to be included in phase two of the governor's reopening plan. Employees at Gatorland Orlando have safety measures already set up throughout the park-like 6 feet place holders on the ground and signs with new restrictions for guests. To keep up with the latest news on the pandemic, subscribe to News 6′s coronavirus newsletter or go to ClickOrlando.com/coronavirus.
Coronavirus: Volusia Council to discuss Phase 2 reopenings
Phase 2 is expected to occur after a 14-day consistent decrease in positive cases, according to federal and state guidelines for reopening. DAYTONA BEACH The Volusia County Council on Tuesday is expected to discuss a plan to reopen the county that includes a draft of its three phases as coronavirus infections wane. Phase 2 is expected to occur after a 14-day consistent decrease in positive cases, according to federal and state guidelines for reopening. If Florida continues to show a steady average decrease of cases, Phase 2 plans could begin as early as May 18. "Private and public institutions will have to contend with regular localized outbreaks until a vaccine has been developed and widely disseminated," the document states.news-journalonline.com