From this week, Miami-Dade curfew will be moved to midnight
DORAL, FL – Miami-Dade curfew will be moved to midnight after Mayor Carlos Gimenez issued Amendment 3 to Emergency Order 27-20 on Monday afternoon in order to change the curfew time.
This new curfew goes into effect immediately for all Miami-Dade County, including incorporated and unincorporated areas, reported CBS4 Miami.
All residents must remain out of the streets and sidewalks from 12 a.m. each night through 6 am until further notice, except police, fire rescue, first responders, medical, health care, media, and utility repair service personnel.
Also, the curfew doesn’t apply to residents working at essential establishments, returning directly to their homes from work at essential establishments or going directly to work at essential establishments from their homes.
In addition, people who make deliveries from essential establishments, walk their dogs within 250 feet of their home, travel to and from any sporting event sponsored by the NCAA, Major League Baseball, or any other national professional sports league or organization, or that travel to or from any religious service are exempt of following the curfew.
The City of Miami Beach and Miami have also made announcements regarding its curfew times. The first one moved it to midnight up until 6 am following Miami-Dade curfew, and also revealed in a statement restaurants “would be forced to close in-door dining but could still provide takeout or delivery services”.
City of Miami, on the other hand, moved its curfew to midnight while also loosening some of its restaurants restrictions since last week.
There is no curfew in effect in Broward or Monroe counties.