Florida Keys’ hotels prepare to reopen with 50% occupancy cap


Hotels and vacation rentals are preparing to reopen to the public on June 1, but will be capped at 50% capacity to control the coronavirus.

The Florida Keys will reopen to visitors from the first of next month, which was shut to non-residents on March 22.

Hotels, lodging establishments and vacation rentals will be required to follow sanitation procedures and Covid-19 guidelines from the American Hotel and Lodging Association when they reopen.

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Hotels, such as Little Palm Island Resort & Spa, are accepting reservations on their websites as of June 1.

The 50% occupancy cap will be reassessed and lifted at a later date, with the reopening of hotels reversed if there is a sudden surge in the number of Covid-19 cases in the area.

Monroe County has so far reported around 100 cases of the virus.

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