DORAL, FL – Miami International Mall, located in the city of Doral, will open all stores in the coming days after successfully overcoming a temporary closure due to the coronavirus crisis.
During a tour taken by this newsroom, a scenario was observed that was nothing out of the ordinary of what has been seen at the national level in terms of the effects of the economic closure caused by COVID-19 that has forced many companies to modify their business strategies for their economic recovery.
Many have even been forced to permanently close their doors after filing for bankruptcy, moving their product and service offering to online platforms, falling behind on their rent payments, or firing their employees in an attempt to balance income and expenses. .
However, in the specific case of Miami International Mall, leader by its big brands such as Macy’s, JC Penney, Kohl’s, Disney and Victoria Secret, no brand or business will be partially closed due to bankruptcy or the effects of the pandemic.
The temporary closure since March of the shopping center, managed by Simon Property Group, produced a substantial economic drop. This has forced its owners to rethink everything from their marketing strategy to how to manage the direct effects for the production and retail sale of items.
For this reason, and after extensive analysis, the mall will return to its normal development in the coming days.
With this, Miami International Mall joins other businesses that are successfully overcoming the reopening phase since the end of May after authorities and local mayors began to lift restrictions little by little in a process that has been conducted by phases.
Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach have progressed slowly due to the fact that these counties have been the most affected by the pandemic in Florida.
In the city of Doral, for example, Downtown Doral and Central Park parks were first opened, followed by barber shops and salons, office spaces, restaurants, and retail stores.
Of course, the economic reopening has been done under a set of rules that customers, visitors, and business owners must follow at all times to ensure everyone’s safety and prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
Among the rules that are required in almost all places, including beaches and parks, are the use of a face covering, the maintenance of a social distance of at least six feet except for members of the same household and the prohibition of gatherings of more than 10 people.
Miami International Mall also offers COVID-19 antibody tests
In addition to opening its doors to shoppers, anyone who is required to test for COVID-19 antibodies, may do so in the mall parking lot between JCPenney and Khol’s.
The schedule available will be from Monday to Saturday between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m.
Patients can apply on the BioReference.com website, where they can request an appointment and wait to be approved.