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Miami-Dade County Mayor’s Emergency Orders Update

On June 24, 2020, Miami-Dade County Mayor, Carlos Gimenez, extended the Declaration of a State of Local Emergency for an additional period of seven (7) days commencing on June 25, 2020 (if not cancelled before that period of time). This Order extends the provisions of Emergency Order 23-20 effective as of June 20, 2020, which state that an establishment that falls out of compliance with the applicable guidelines contained on the “Moving to A New Normal Handbook” must be:

  • Immediately Closed; and
  • such business may reopen only upon taking 24 hours to review the order and taking all necessary measures to come into compliance with its requirements; and
  • must execute an attestation demonstrating that the review has been completed and the measures have been taken. The executed affidavit must be submitted via E-Mail to or by mail to Special Patrol Bureau/Incident Management Team 1501 N.W. 79th Avenue, Doral, Florida 33126.

Miami-Dade County is asking the general public to report violations of the County’s COVID-19 guidelines to the hotline: (305)4-POLICE.

Emergency Order 18-20 Amendment

On June 24,  2020, Miami Dade County Mayor Carlos Gimenez amended Emergency Order 18-20 to require hospitals to provide certain additional information twice daily, as opposed to only once; and also instructed hospitals to inform both COVID-19 patients that do not require hospitalization, and individuals who have been tested for COVID-19 but are awaiting test results, that the County has hotel space available for voluntary quarantine, if desired by such individual. Persons interested in such placements must contact Irina Gonzalez from the Florida Department of Health at (786)316-1273.

Emergency Order 23-20 and its Attestation of Compliance can be accessed HERE.

To access Miami-Dade COVID-19 guidelines including all Emergency Orders, Printable Resources and the “Moving to A New Normal Handbook” click HERE.