Miami’s CBS News affiliate reports:
On Wednesday, Miami-Dade and Broward counties began the first phase of what could be a long process of re-opening South Florida. Most parks, waterways, boat ramps, and other public areas have reopened to residents who spent weeks staying at home and social distancing.
The re-opening, however, comes with a lot of restrictions. Everyone must wear a face cover, no organized sports are allowed, parks and boat ramps are open for limited hours, and social distancing is required.
Miami-Dade has hired hundreds of security guards to enforce the rules. Violators could be forced to leave or even given a citation up to $500. Many golf courses are reopening as well. Each player must drive their own cart.