As South Florida businesses embark on the road to recovery amid the coronavirus pandemic, they’re counting on support from the community and public officials to bounce back.

The cities of Miami, Miami Beach and Hialeah are among the municipalities set to start allowing businesses to reopen on Wednesday, reported 7news Miami

Retailers, barber shops, and nail and hair salons are scheduled to reopen with restrictions. 7News cameras captured crews sanitizing signposts and benches in downtown Miami, Tuesday afternoon, ahead of the expected influx of people.

In Fort Lauderdale, city commissioners are set to discuss the closure of part of Las Olas Boulevard on weekends, or perhaps even an on-street parking lane, so restaurants can use the space for outdoor restaurant seating.

Read the article at 7news Miami: https://wsvn.com/news/local/miami-dade/miami-dade-begins-fractured-reopening-fort-lauderdale-considers-partial-las-olas-closing-for-restaurants/

Miami-Dade begins fractured reopening; Fort Lauderdale considers partial Las Olas closing for restaurants
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