Citing concerns for increasing threats to the Florida Keys from COVID-19, Monroe County officials announced Thursday it is closed to all tourists and leisure visitors.
Lodging establishment are no longer accepting reservations until further notice, including extending extensions of current reservations, and by 6:00 p.m. on Sunday, all hotels, short term (less than 28 days) vacation rentals, and other transient rentals like marinas, RV parks, and timeshares will cease renting to tourists for 14 days.
The ban does not include rentals for military, first responders, health care workers, and construction workers actively engaged in projects in Monroe County.
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