According to county leaders, beaches will open from sunrise to sunset starting Tuesday.
Beachgoers will be allowed to jog, swim, kayak or paddleboard, but picnicking, sunbathing, sitting or lying on the sand is still prohibited.
The rest of the restrictions are as follows:
– No umbrellas, canopies, chairs, loungers or coolers allowed.
– No group or organized sports including, but not limited to, volleyball, soccer or football.
– No group gathering or events of more than 10 people.
-Individuals must maintain a minimum six feet of physical distance from others at all times, except between members of the same household or group.
– Municipalities will have the ability to enact stricter requirements, and as with all other aspects of this emergency order, municipalities are authorized to enforce the requirements of this order
#Broward Law/code enforcement agencies are authorized to enforce the requirements of the Emergency Order. Failure to comply can result in civil or criminal penalties, fines, imprisonment or both. Residents can also report violations anonymously by calling 311 or 954-831-4000
— Broward County Commission (@browardinfo) May 24, 2020
BREAKING UPDATE: For the second consecutive day, less than half the state’s new confirmed novel coronavirus cases came from Miami-Dade, Broward, Palm Beach and Monroe counties, the pandemic’s epicenter in Florida. https://t.co/Si3dXlKq67
— Miami Herald (@MiamiHerald) May 24, 2020