Latest on COVID-19: Miami Rules & Regulations
Updated: Apr 30, 2020
To ensure the safety and health of Miami Beach residents and businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic remains the city’s most important objective. As such, the City Manager has extended his State of Emergency Declaration through April 23, 2020. The city has also extended its “Safer at Home” Emergency Order, as well as its Emergency Measures, through April 23, 2020.
The city’s amended emergency order requires employees and customers of ALL essential retail and commercial businesses to wear a form of covering over their nose and mouth at all times. All individuals providing delivery services to the public must wear a form of covering over their nose and mouth while making deliveries.
Additionally, restaurants located on Lincoln Road (between Alton Road and Washington Avenue) must close their entrances fronting Lincoln Road to the public, and may only conduct delivery, pick-up or take-out services through their rear or side-facing entrances.
According The City of Miami Beach, any violation of the emergency measures mentioned above would subject the individual or business entity to criminal penalties.
For a full list of impacted meetings and events, please visit www.miamibeachfl.gov/coronavirus.
Miami Beach Restaurants - Takeout and Delivery
The City of Miami Beach is maintaining the general curfew throughout the city beginning at midnight each night, but permits restaurants to continue to operate their kitchens after midnight, for delivery services only.
Meals for Seniors
If you are a senior citizen 65 years or older and are having problems getting meals, please call Miami-Dade County’s 311 Call Center between the hours of 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. and you will be immediately patched in with their Emergency Operations Center to get you the meals or other services that you may need. If you are not a senior, we still encourage you to share this message with any senior you may know.
Business Assistance & Resources
View some helpful tools and resources for businesses expected to be impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, including information on Governor DeSantis' Florida Small Business Emergency Loan Program and more on our dedicated business portal.
The City of Miami Beach remains committed to ensuring the safety and public health of our residents, visitors and local businesses. As the information is changing rapidly pertaining to COVID-19, the administration is conducting daily interdepartmental calls to monitor the progression of novel coronavirus COVID-19 to ensure that we stay informed and respond when needed. We are also closely following the guidelines provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Florida Department of Health (FDOH).
For updated information on the city’s efforts, please visit: www.MiamiBeachFl.gov/coronavirus.
By City of Miami Beach