The Florida Keys set to Re-Open on June 1st

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As the state of Florida continues to take steps toward re-opening, Monroe County announced their plans to reopen the Florida Keys to visitors and lift restrictions beginning Monday, June 1st. The county will suspend checkpoints on U.S. 1 and State Road 905. Hotels and lodging establishments will be allowed to book guests at 50% occupancy to start, and County Officials will also seek approval for the operation of vacation rentals (which are currently still closed) in the area. The Florida Keys have been closed to visitors since March 22nd. To read the rest of the articles and for more details, click here!

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