Mayor Carlos Gimenez said Monday that restaurants will be limited to takeout and delivery service and gyms, banquet halls and short-term vacation rentals like those available on Airbnb will be closed, reports ClickOrlando.
Hotel and condo pools, summer camps and daycare centers can remain open with social distancing and facial masks.
As coronavirus cases multiply in the area, Miami-Dade County has decided it's not ready for a full reopening after all.
Mayor Gimenez said health officials tracked the increasing numbers to "young people going to congested places - indoors and outside - without taking precautions such as wearing masks and practicing social distancing" at events like graduation parties and gatherings at restaurants that "turned into packed parties".
He added that the 10 p.m.to 6 a.m. countywide curfew "will remain in force with exceptions for essential workers and for people who have a religious obligation".
The county's beaches, which were closed over the Fourth of July weekend (pictured), are also set to reopen on Tuesday. According to the Florida Department of Health, Miami-Dade has logged almost 50,000 cases and more than 1,000 deaths.
Florida, in line with the state's Department of Health, has now surpassed Arizona with the steepest and most alarming rise in cases in the united states.
The county then confirmed on Monday that another 1,981 cases had been reported and that its tally of total deaths blamed on herpes had reached 1,051 people.
Just weeks after restaurants in Miami were given the go-ahead to open their dining rooms, they're being ordered to close again.
Mayor Gimenez also explained that the county has been tracking the spike in cases involving 18- to 34-year olds that began in mid-June.
We can tamp down the spread if everyone follows the rules, wears masks and stays at least six feet apart from others.