3 things you need to know about Miami’s June 1 reopening plan


Remember that trip to Miami you had to cancel back in April? You may be able to reschedule it for this summer.

This news comes on the heels of the Florida Keys’ announcement it would reopen to tourists next week. While there are still a lot of details to be worked out, here’s what we know so far about Miami’s reopening.

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When is Miami Beach reopening?
The Miami Beach commission just voted to reopen hotels and beaches on June 1, the Miami Herald reported. The mayor of Miami-Dade County, Carlos Giménez, said the county will follow suit, adding that it’s a “target date.”

Restaurants in the city will begin to reopen on May 27, the Herald added.

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 South Florida Business Journal.

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