The Keys are reopening and you’re planning a visit. Here’s what you can and can’t do

The Florida Keys have been shut down for more than two months. On Monday, June 1, the highway checkpoints come down and tourists will once again hit the restaurants, shops and attractions.

But it won’t exactly be the same as before the pandemic. There will be rules to follow.

Here’s what you can and can’t do if you are planning to visit:

What precautions will be in place?

Monroe County requires masks in public. They should be worn while inside a business, working in public, on public transportation and when around people besides immediate family. They can be taken off while eating in restaurants, in personal vehicles and during distanced outdoor activities.

Airplane travelers who come through Key West International Airport from highly affected COVID-19 areas will be screened.

Visitors and locals should follow precautions out of respect for others and to keep the Keys safe, said

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Here’s Why Sports Fans Are Going Wild for NASCAR’s Big Return

Start your engines sports fans. Games and races are slowly but surely beginning again.

After the Coronavirus pandemic put a big pause on major events like baseball, basketball and the 2020 Olympics, fans received a major sign of progress this weekend when NASCAR returned to the small screen.

Fox’s coverage of the NASCAR Cup Series had more than 6.2 million viewers across the nation.

And while fans weren’t able to watch up close and personal at Darlington Raceway in North Carolina, the numbers prove Americans were ready for one of the first live sporting events in the country since the Coronavirus was declared a national emergency on March 13.

For those who missed out on the weekend race, you are still in luck! The Toyota 500 NASCAR Cup Series race at the same venue is scheduled for Wednesday night. In fact, Jewel will be singing the national anthem before

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