Florida Keys Reopens to Tourism June 1st

The Florida Keys have been closed to visitors since March 22 to minimize the spread of COVID-19. According to Monroe County's Official website, the Florida Keys will reopen to visitors Monday, June 1 by suspending the checkpoints on U.S. 1 and State Road 905 and allowing lodging establishments, with the exception of vacation rentals, to take guests at 50 percent occupancy. 

Per Governor Executive Order 20-123, the County Administrator will submit a written request and safety plan to the Department of Business and Professional Regulation Secretary to seek approval for the operation of vacation rentals.

Airport screenings and bus restrictions will also be lifted on June 1.