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Florida’s biggest counties move toward fully reopening

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MIAMI (AP) — Florida is moving closer to fully reopening from its coronavirus restrictions.

Gov. Ron DeSantis said Friday that Miami-Dade and Broward counties will move into Phase 2 of the economic recovery program on Monday.

This will allow those counties’ schools to resume on-campus teaching, although that will not happen immediately.

They will join the rest of the state by allowing more indoor entertainment centers to open at 50% capacity with mandatory masks.

Not all venues will reopen immediately. Miami-Dade said bars and nightclubs will not reopen. Broward will announce its plans later.


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