954-384-6114

BROWARD COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR’S
EMERGENCY ORDER 20-10

WHEREAS, COVID-19, a respiratory illness caused by a virus that spreads rapidly
from person to person and may result in serious illness or death, constitutes a clear and
present threat to the lives, health, welfare, and safety of the people of Broward County;

WHEREAS, on March 1, 2020, Governor DeSantis declared a Public Health
Emergency as a result of COVID-19, and on March 9, 2020, Governor DeSantis issued
Executive Order 20-52, declaring a State of Emergency as a result of COVID-19:

WHEREAS, on March 10, 2020, | declared a Local State of Emergency;

WHEREAS, on March 11, 2020, the World Health Organization declared the
spread of COVID-19 to be a global pandemic; |

WHEREAS, on March 13, 2020, President Trump declared a national emergency
concerning COVID-19;

WHEREAS, to reduce the spread of COVID-19, the United States Centers for
Disease Control and Prevention (“CDC”) and the Florida State Department of Health
recommend implementation of community mitigation strategies to increase containment
of the virus, including cancellation of large gatherings and social distancing of at least
six (6) feet between persons in smaller gatherings;

WHEREAS, on March 10, 2020, the Broward County Board of County
Commissioners authorized me to take any appropriate and necessary action to protect
the health and safety of Broward County residents and visitors in connection with
COVID19, and other emergency powers, including under the state-approved emergency

management plan, had previously been delegated to me (as further outlined below);WHEREAS, on April 1, 2020, Governor DeSantis issued Executive Order 20-91,
ordering all persons in Florida to limit their movements and personal interactions outside
their homes to only those necessary to obtain or provide essential services or conduct
essential activities;

WHEREAS, on April 9, 2020, | issued Broward County Emergency Order 20-06,
as required by the Governors Executive Order 20-89, restricting public access to
businesses and facilities deemed nonessential pursuant to the guidelines established by
Miami-Dade County Emergency Order 07-20, as modified by amendments prior to March
30, 2020 (collectively, the “Miami-Dade Emergency Order 07-20”):

WHEREAS, Broward County took additional steps to minimize the spread of
COVID-19 and avoid harm to the South Florida community, including closing parks, golf
courses, and other recreational amenities in Broward County (Broward County
Emergency Orders 20-04 and 20-05), and requiring facial coverings when obtaining
essential services and during in-person interactions with the public by persons providing
essential services (Broward County Emergency Order 20-07);

WHEREAS, on April 28, 2020, as part of a coordinated effort with the local
municipalities and the adjoining counties, | reopened certain parks, golf courses, and
other recreational facilities in Broward County pursuant to the guidelines in Broward
County Emergency Order 20-08, as amended by Broward County Emergency
Order 20-09;

WHEREAS, on April 29, 2020, Governor DeSantis issued Executive Order 20-112,
establishing Phase 1 of a step-by-step plan for Florida’s recovery, and adding (for

counties other than Broward, Miami-Dade, and Palm Beach) certain additional services
to the activities previously permitted for individuals under Executive Order 20-91,
including on-premises consumption of food and beverage at restaurants, operation of in-
store retail, and opening of museums and libraries (if permitted by the local government),
subject to a twenty-five percent (25%) capacity limitation and certain other conditions:

WHEREAS, on May 9, 2020, Governor DeSantis issued Executive Order 20-120,
authorizing (for counties other than Broward and Miami-Dade) licensed professionals,
including barbers and cosmetologists, to provide personal services as part of Phase 1;

WHEREAS, on May 14, 2020, Governor DeSantis issued Executive Order 20-122
permitting Broward County to participate in the Phase 1 reopening identified in Executive
Order 20-112, Executive Order 20-120, and any future orders pertaining to Phase 1 or
the phased reopening of Florida;

WHEREAS, many aspects of COVID-19 remain unknown, but what is known is
that the virus spreads easily and can be deadly; medical experts strongly advise that
reopening of communities include full observance of the social distancing, facial covering,
and sanitation requirements stated in the CDC Guidelines and reflected in Broward
County Emergency Order 20-07, as amended, by both the operator of the establishment
and by persons patronizing the establishment, in order to minimize the risk of a dramatic
increase in infections that might overwhelm the available public health resources and
require reclosure of public amenities, restaurants, and stores; and

WHEREAS, in continued coordination with the local municipalities, the County
Administrator desires to take certain measured steps to participate in the Phase 1

reopening of Broward County, including designating certain business activities as
permitted activities and reopening additional portions of recreational amenities, subject to
the requirements stated herein,

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Bertha Henry, the Broward County Administrator, pursuant
to my emergency authority under Sections 8-53 and 8-56 of the Broward County Code of
Ordinances, as well as the authority granted to me by the Declaration of Emergency
issued by Governor DeSantis in Executive Order 20-52, by Chapter 252, Florida Statutes,
by the Board of County Commissioners, and by the Broward County Comprehensive
Emergency Management Plan, hereby order as follows:

Section1. Continuing Adherence to CDC Guidelines Regarding Social
Distancing and Facial Coverings.

All persons shall continue to adhere to the guidelines from the Centers for Disease
Control and Prevention available at https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/20 19-ncov/prevent-
getting-sick/social-distancing.html (referred to as the “CDC Guidelines”), and the facial
covering requirements stated in Broward County Emergency Order 20-07, as amended.
Social distancing requirements do not apply to members of the same household. Facial
coverings are in addition to, and not a substitute for, the required social distancing. In
addition, pursuant to the Governor’s Executive Order 20-112, groups of more than ten
(10) people are not permitted to congregate in any public space that does not readily
allow for the required social distancing.

All owners, operators, and persons involved in the provision of essential services
or other additional goods, services, or amenities permitted by this Emergency Order shall
ensure compliance with the CDC Guidelines and all additional requirements stated in this

Emergency Order by all workers (to the extent they exercise any supervisory authority or
control over such workers) providing any goods, services, or amenities and by all persons
receiving or availing themselves of such goods, services, or amenities. To the greatest
extent practical, and notwithstanding the openings at physical business locations
permitted under this Emergency Order, all businesses permitted to operate under this
Emergency Order or any Executive Order of the Governor are encouraged to perform
remote operations and permit personnel to utilize teleworking or other remote working
methods.

Section 2. Additional Services Permitted.

All essential services permitted pursuant to the Governor’s Executive Order 20-91,
as amended, and Broward County Emergency Order 20-06, and the amenities permitted
under Broward County Emergency Order 20-08, as amended, shall continue to be
permitted but must also comply with Attachment 1. In addition, Sections 3 through 10
below constitute “Additional Services” permitted to be conducted, provided the Additional
Services comply with the applicable requirements stated in this Emergency Order and in
Attachment 1. Although the businesses and entities specified in this Emergency Order
may open subject to the guidelines set forth herein, no business or entity is required to
reopen if such business or entity does not wish to do so or believes it cannot do so safely
and in compliance with the requirements of this Emergency Order; any decision by a
particular business or entity to reopen or remain closed is also subject to any applicable
internal rules or regulations of that business or entity.

Section 3. | Other Professional Businesses.

To the extent designated as essential services pursuant to the Governor’s

Executive Order 20-91, professional services and other businesses located in multi-
business office buildings in Broward County may continue normal operations, subject to
the following: (a) public access is only permitted to the extent the business is an essential
service, as provided in the Governor’s Executive Order 20-91; (b) such businesses are
encouraged to provide teleworking for workers as stated in Section 1 of this Emergency
Order; (c) all operations must comply with the CDC Guidelines and Broward County
Emergency Order 20-07, as amended; and (d) all operations must comply with the
guidelines of Attachment 1.

Section 4. Restaurants and Food Establishments.

As provided in Governor’s Executive Orders 20-112, 20-122, and subsequent
orders, restaurants and food establishments are permitted to open provided all such
operations (a) are consistent with the guidelines stated in Attachment 2; (b) comply with
the CDC Guidelines, including the six foot (6’) distancing requirement, and Broward
County Emergency Order 20-07, as amended; and (c) comply with the following capacity
limitations: indoor seating areas must not exceed fifty percent (50%) of the maximum
indoor seating capacity of the establishment (or the maximum capacity permitted by the
applicable Executive Order of the Governor, if less); total indoor and outdoor seating
(defined as areas with exclusively open-air customer seating) combined shall not exceed
existing total maximum occupancy (100%) for the establishment. Outdoor seating areas
shall be subject to any additional limitations imposed by the applicable municipality, and
nothing in this Emergency Order precludes any municipality from waiving or modifying

municipal regulations regarding outdoor seating restrictions.
Section 5. Retail Establishments.

Retail establishments selling goods or other commodities (other than personal
services) may operate to sell such goods or other commodities provided all such
operations (a) are consistent with the guidelines stated in Attachment 3; (b) comply with
the CDC Guidelines and Broward County Emergency Order 20-07, as amended: and
(c) comply with the following capacity limitations: indoor retail establishments must limit
occupancy to no more than fifty percent (50%) of the maximum capacity of the retail
location (or the maximum capacity permitted by the applicable Executive Order of the
Governor, if less). To the extent any such establishment is subject to any other capacity
or operational limitation by any state or local government authority, the establishment
must comply with the more stringent or restrictive limitation. Retail establishments that
were permitted to operate as essential services or essential businesses under the
Governor’s Executive Order 20-91 are not subject to the fifty percent (50%) maximum
occupancy limitation stated in this section.

Section 6. Personal Services.

Businesses and establishments providing personal services by licensed
professionals, such as barbershops, cosmetology salons, and cosmetology specialty
salons, may operate provided all such operations (a) are consistent with the guidelines
stated in Attachment 4; (b) comply with the CDC Guidelines and Broward County
Emergency Order 20-07, as amended, to the full extent possible without preventing
delivery or receipt of the applicable service; (c) are consistent with the Frequently Asked
Questions issued by the Florida Department of Business & Professional Regulation

located at htto:/Avww.myfloridalicense.com/DBPR/os/documents/2020.05.09%20DBPR
*20FAQsH20re%20Executive%200rder%2020-120.pdf, and (d) comply with the
Information for Barbershops, Cosmetology Salons, and Cosmetology Specialty Shops
located at http:/Awww.myfloridalicense.com/DBPR/os/documents/2020.05.09%20DBPR
%20-%20Information%20for%20Barbers-Cosmetology%20Reopening pdf.

Section 7. Movie Theaters.

Existing licensed outdoor movie theaters (drive-in only) may operate provided all
such operations (a) are consistent with the guidelines stated in Attachment 5; (b) comply
with the CDC Guidelines and Broward County Emergency Order 20-07, as amended; and
(c) comply with the following capacity limitation: occupancy must not exceed fifty percent
(50%) maximum capacity. Indoor movie theaters shall remain closed until further notice.

Section 8. Community Rooms, Fitness Centers, and Gyms in Housing
Developments.

Golf courses and other recreational amenities permitted to operate under
Emergency Order 20-08 may continue to operate, subject to the CDC Guidelines and the
requirements of Emergency Order 20-08. Community rooms, fitness centers, and gyms,
to the extent such amenities are located within multi-family housing developments or
community associations, but excluding standalone commercial facilities, may operate
provided all such operations (a) are consistent with the guidelines stated in
Attachment 6; (b) comply with the CDC Guidelines and Broward County Emergency
Order 20-07, as amended; and (c) comply with the following capacity limitation:

occupancy must not exceed fifty percent (50%) maximum capacity.
Section 9. Public Community Pools and Private Club Pools.

Recreational Pool Amenities as defined in Emergency Order 20-08 that were
permitted to operate under that order are excluded from the scope of this Emergency
Order and may continue to operate subject to the CDC Guidelines and the requirements
of Emergency Order 20-08. All other pools and pool decks located within private clubs
(such as YMCAs, yacht clubs, etc.), and including county or municipal pools, but
excluding pools that are part of a commercial fitness facility, may operate provided all
such operations (a) are consistent with the guidelines stated in Attachment 7; (b) comply
with the CDC Guidelines and Broward County Emergency Order 20-07, as amended
(except while swimming); and (c) comply with the following capacity limitation: occupancy
must not exceed fifty percent (50%) maximum capacity.

Section 10. Museums.

Museums may open and operate at no more than twenty-five percent (25%) of
– their maximum building capacity (if an interior portion of the museum has a separate
capacity restriction, then that interior portion is also subject to a limitation of not more than
twenty-five percent (25%) of the maximum capacity of that interior portion), provided that
(a) any components of museums that have interactive functions or exhibits, including child
play areas, remain closed; (b) all operations are consistent with the guidelines stated in
Attachment 8; and (c) the museums comply with the CDC Guidelines and Broward
County Emergency Order 20-07, as amended.

Section 11. Enforcement; Penalties.

The Broward Sheriff’s Office, other law enforcement agencies including municipal

law enforcement agencies, code enforcement officers, and other personnel as provided
for in the Broward County Code of Ordinances, are authorized to enforce this Emergency
Order against any person or entity violating any provision of this Emergency Order.
Violations of this Emergency Order shall be prosecuted in the same manner as
misdemeanors are prosecuted, including fines not to exceed $500 per violation,
imprisonment not to exceed 60 days, or both.

Section 12. Applicability; Severability.

This Emergency Order supersedes any contrary provision in any prior Broward
County Emergency Order. Except as superseded, all Broward County Emergency Orders
remain in full force and effect. This Emergency Order applies to incorporated and
unincorporated areas within Broward County, but has no application outside of Broward
County. The provisions of this Emergency Order shall serve as minimum standards, and
municipalities within Broward County may establish more stringent standards within their
jurisdictions, to the extent permitted by law. Any provision(s) within this Emergency Order
that conflict(s) with any state or federal law or constitutional provision, or conflict(s) with
or are superseded by a current or subsequently-issued Executive Order of the Governor
or the President of the United States, shall be deemed inapplicable and deemed to be
severed from this Emergency Order, with the remainder of the Emergency Order
remaining intact and in full force and effect. To the extent application of some or all of the
provisions of this Emergency Order is prohibited on the sovereign land of a federally or
state recognized sovereign Indian tribe, such application is expressly excluded from this
Emergency Order. Occupancy limitations stated in this Emergency Order shall be based

upon the total maximum occupancy established by the certificate of occupancy.

10
Section 13. Effective Date; Duration.

This order shall be effective as of 12:01 a.m. on May 18, 2020. This Emergency
Order shall expire upon the expiration of the existing State of Local Emergency, as same

may be extended by subsequent order or declaration, unless earlier terminated by

subsequent Emergency Order.
q gency Ree

eet tony
e” .

oar “0,% BROWARD COYNTY, FLORID
ae? D ime

[CREATED = m3
Sim octist 4:2 Lb /,
wo

iy Sime Bye,
om ois &; = Beftha Henry
i we F County Administrator
S$

*
9 *
Smee art?

oy
“, we

om a4 aw 4
RECEIVED AND FILED in tH’R8Cards, Taxes and Treasury Division on this 14 day of
May, 2020, at_ 4*aQ amir)

11
ATTACHMENT 1

ADDITIONAL SERVICES
A. General Business Requirements.
1. Establish and continue communication with local and State authorities to

determine current mitigation measures in your community.

2. Whenever feasible, allow employees to telework or establish a rotation or
Staggered schedule to reduce the number of employees working on site.

3. Where telework is not possible, consider how your current workspace can
be reconfigured by installing physical barriers or implementing other measures that allow
for social distancing.

4. To the extent possible, implement flexible sick leave policies and reiterate
existing sick time and paid time off policies to discourage employees from coming to work
if they feel ill.

5. Develop a plan for monitoring your employees’ health, with a particular
focus on COVID-19 symptoms, with the goal of preventing ill employees from working.

6. Establish contingency plans for the handling of a positive case of COVID-19
in your workplace. OSHA’s guidelines give specific steps on how to manage and isolate
employees displaying COVID-19 symptoms § (https:/Awww.osha.gov/Publications/

OSHA3990.pdf).

7. Develop or update your employee contact system (e.g. phone tree, social
media, texting) so you have a way to quickly reach all staff if there is a workplace COVID-
19 exposure.

8. Ensure that employees wear facial coverings in the workplace when within
six feet of someone else and when required by Broward EO 20-07, as amended. Social
distancing of six feet should be practiced to the maximum extent possible, even when
facial coverings are worn.

9. Require customers, clients, and other visitors to the business to wear facial
coverings in accordance with Broward County EO 20-07, as amended.

10. Limit the number of employees simultaneously using employee common
areas.

11. Implement regular, more intensive cleaning, particularly in heavily trafficked
areas such as bathrooms, kitchens, escalators, elevators, and other common areas.

12. _ Provide hand-sanitizing stations or supplies throughout the workplace.

12
13. Establishments that utilize shopping carts or baskets must establish and
implement sanitation protocols to disinfect these items prior to each new customer use.

14. _ Enforce the CDC’s health and safety guidelines when employees return to
work. Provide employee training on safety measures, including proper use of personal
protective equipment and social distancing.

15. | Communicate clearly all plans and policies you develop regarding PPE,
social distancing, and employee health monitoring to your staff, customers, vendors,
partners, and other interested parties. Take the time to answer any questions and
concerns.

16. Establishments must display signs setting forth the rules and the
establishment’s expectation that all persons shail comply with those rules.

17. Social distancing requirements do not apply to members of the same
household.

13
ATTACHMENT 2
RESTAURANTS AND FOOD ESTABLISHMENTS

All tables and chairs, whether indoor or outdoor, shall be at least six feet apart between
parties (at their closest point); bar counters shall remain closed to seating. Patrons are
prohibited from congregating at the bar counters or elsewhere. Parties shall be limited to
no more than ten (10) persons. Drive-through, curbside take out, or delivery service may
continue in accordance with CDC Guidelines and all applicable Broward County
Emergency Orders. Social distancing requirements do not apply to members of the same
household.

A. Operations Requirements.

1. Establishments shall comply with the following capacity limitations: indoor
seating areas must not exceed fifty percent (50%) of the maximum indoor seating
capacity of the establishment (or the maximum capacity permitted by the applicable
Executive Order of the Governor, if less); total indoor and outdoor seating (defined as
areas with exclusively open-air customer seating) combined occupancy shall not exceed
existing total maximum occupancy (100%) for the establishment.

2. Ensure adequate supplies to support healthy hygiene practices for both
employees and customers, including soap, hand sanitizer with at least 60 percent alcohol,
and tissues, and make hand sanitizer readily available to guests. Signs on how to stop
the spread of COVID-19, including signs on properly washing hands, everyday protective
measures, facial coverings, and social distancing should be conspicuously posted.

3. To the extent possible, restaurants and food establishments shall provide
single use disposable one-time menus, utilize chalkboard menus, digital menus that are
sanitized after each use, other digital menu options available on a personal device, or
other means to avoid customers sharing such items.

4. Whenever possible, use disposable (and when possible, biodegradable)
food service items (utensils, dishes, etc.) and single serving seasonings and condiments
to avoid customers sharing such items. If disposable items are not feasible, ensure that
all non-disposable food service items are handled with gloves and are washed in between
each customer usage with dish soap and hot water or in a dishwasher. Establishments
must use packets or pre-rolled bags or wraps of utensils and eliminate table presets.
Avoid using food and beverage implements brought in by customers.

5. Use touchless payment options whenever available. Ask customers and
employees to exchange cash or card payments by placing on a receipt tray or on the
counter rather than hand to hand. Sanitize any pens, counters, or hard surfaces between
each use.

14
6. Ensure that ventilation systems operate properly to provide adequate air
circulation in all parts of the facility and increase circulation of outdoor air as much as
possible by opening windows and coors, using fans, or other methods.

7. Provide physical guides, such as tape on floors or sidewalks, to ensure that
customers remain at least six feet apart when in lines. Ask customers to wait in their cars
or away from the establishment while waiting for a table or to pick up food. If possible,
alert patrons on their cellphone that their table or food is ready to avoid use of restaurant
provided “buzzers.” Post signs to inform customers of food pickup protocols.

8. Use placards or other easily visible means to identify tables closed due to
social distancing and to identify tables that have been sanitized and are ready for the next
use.

9. Resirict the number of employees in shared spaces, including kitchens,
break rooms, and offices to maintain at least a six-foot distance between peopie if
possible; when a six-foot distance cannot be maintained, employees must wear facial
coverings. Where possible, stagger workstations instead of having employees standing
opposite one another. If there is a break room, limit the number of employees
simultaneously allowed inside.

10. Wherever possible, install physical barriers, such as sneeze guards and
partitions, at cash registers, check-in stations, food pickup areas, and other areas where
consistently maintaining physical distance of six feet is difficult.

11. Ensure that all suppliers and third-party delivery staff are aware of social
distancing requirements.

12. Child or adult gaming and play spaces located in dining establishments shall
remain closed.

13. | Consider options for a reservations-only model or to have dine-in customers
order ahead of time to limit the amount of time spent in the establishment.

14. Buffets and salad bars are to remain closed. Self-service drink stations must
provide single use tissues or wipes to use the equipment, and the stations must be
washed and sanitized frequently. Remove cut fruit, unwrapped utensils, and unwrapped
straws from drink stations.

B. Sanitation and Safety Requirements.
1. Employers must enforce hand washing and use of facial coverings by

employees in accordance with Broward County EO 20-07, as amended. This includes
the requirement that all staff who have direct customer contact must wear facial coverings

15
when in direct contact with customers. All employees handling food must wear facial
coverings consistent with Broward County EO 20-08. Food preparers are also required
to wear gloves while handling food.

2. Clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces (for example, door handles,
workstations, cash registers), and frequently shared objects (for example, payment
terminals, tables, countertops/bars, receipt trays, pens, condiment holders, and any re-
used menus) between each use. Tables and other dining areas must be sanitized after
each use. Host stations must be sanitized at least hourly. Use products that meet EPA’s
criteria for use against COVID-19 and that are appropriate for the surface.

3. Restrooms must be sanitized no less frequently than hourly.

4. Implement procedures to increase how often you clean and sanitize
surfaces in the back-of-house (non-public areas of the establishment). Ensure that
disinfectants used on food contact surfaces are appropriate and do not leave a toxic
residue.

5. Train all employees in the above safety protocols, in addition to the
importance of frequent handwashing, and give them clear instructions to avoid touching
hands to face.

6. Conduct daily health checks (e.g., temperature and symptom screening) of
employees in accordance with the Governors EO 20-68 and in accordance with any
applicable privacy laws and regulations. Remind employees to report any iliness to their
manager and have them verify that they have not had any COVID-19 symptoms each day
prior to them coming to work.

7. Employees with symptoms of COVID-19 (fever, cough, or shortness of
breath, among others) at work should immediately be sent home. Provide with or refer
sick staff members to the CDC guidelines and advise them not to return until they have
met the CDC’s criteria to discontinue home isolation. Sick employees not exhibiting
COVID-19 symptoms should also be immediately sent home and not be allowed to return
until they are symptom-free.

8. Notify local health officials, staff, and customers (if possible) immediately of
any confirmed case of COVID-19 while maintaining confidentiality as required by HIPAA,
the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), or other applicable laws.

9. Deep clean the establishment at least once every twenty-four hours.

16
ATTACHMENT 3
RETAIL ESTABLISHMENTS

A. Capacity Requirements.

1. Limit the number of customers inside a store at a given time, excluding
employees and representatives of third-party delivery companies, to a maximum of 50%
of the store’s maximum occupancy (or the maximum capacity permitted by the applicable
Executive Order of the Governor, if less). Social distancing requirements do not apply to
members of the same household.

2. Food courts, restaurants, and other food establishments in shopping malls
shall reconfigure to limit seating to at least 6 feet between separate groups (at the closest
point) to allow for proper social distancing. Food courts, restaurants, and other food
establishments in shopping malls must also comply with the requirements in
Attachment 2.

B. Operations Requirements.

1. Consider dedicated shopping hours or appointment times for the elderly,
medically vulnerable, and health care workers.

2. Social distancing reminders to customers are required, including but not
limited to social distancing “reminder” signs, personal stickers, floor decals, and audio or
audible announcements. Signs shall be conspicuously posted.

3. Establish one-way aisles and traffic patterns for social distancing.

4. Encourage curbside, online, or call-in pickup and delivery service options to
minimize contact and maintain social distancing.

Cc. Sanitation and Safety Requirements.

1. Prohibit or limit the use of changing rooms while ensuring proper sanitation
and compliance with social distancing protocols.

2. Establish procedures for safe exchange and returns of goods and materials.

3. Do not allow self-serve products (e.g., “testers”); consider limiting customer
contact with retail products before purchase.

4. When possible and appropriate, use plastic shields or barriers between
customers and clerks at service counters and clean them (the shields and service
counters) frequently.

5. Prohibit the use of reusable bags (reusable bags may carry COVID-19).

17
ATTACHMENT 4
PERSONAL SERVICES

A. Capacity Requirements.

1. Services shall be provided by appointment only.

2. Services shall be scheduled with at least 15 minutes between appointments
to allow time for proper disinfecting of the area.

3. Customers waiting for appointment should be encouraged to wait outside
and practice social distancing. Social distancing requirements do not apply to members
of the same household.

B. Sanitation and Safety Requirements.

1. if there are partitions or walls that are solid (such as plexiglass, metal, or
other solid non-fabric material) between each chair/workstation, then each
chair/workstation can be used at any given time. Partitions must be thoroughly sanitized
between each customer.

2. If there are no partitions or walls between each chair/workstation, the
business must only use every other chair/workstation, or otherwise arrange seating, such
that there is at least 6 feet separation between chairs/workstations to achieve social
distancing.

3. Personal service employees must wear facial coverings. Customers or
clients must wear facial coverings to the full extent practicable for the service required.

4. Personal service employees must wash their hands immediately before
performing a service and must wash their hands before performing a service for the next
customer or client.

5, Businesses must remove all books, magazines, and any shared material
for customers.

6. Ensure thorough workstation and equipment disinfection after each
customer (i.e. sanitize all equipment, instruments, capes, smocks, linens, chairs and work
area); alternatively, utilize single-use or disposable items.

7. Implement enhanced sanitation of commonly touched surfaces and
equipment as frequently as necessary using CDC recommended sanitizers and
disinfecting protocols.

18
8. Discard any single-use or disposable tools (e.g., files, buffers, neck strips)
immediately after use on a single customer.

9. Encourage touchless payment methods where possible.

10. Hand sanitizers must be placed at the entrance, and customers must be
informed that they must sanitize their hands upon entering.

11. Do not allow self-serve products (e.g., “testers”); consider limiting customer
contact with retail products before purchase.

12. Daily deep cleaning and sanitation to be completed frequently for high-touch
areas. Areas such as salon chairs, manicure UV machines, nail drying stations, etc. are
to be cleaned after each client use.

13. | Use appropriate temperatures for washers and dryers to ensure thorough
sanitation of towels, linens, capes, smocks, etc.

19
ATTACHMENT 5
MOVIE THEATERS

Only existing licensed outdoor drive-in movie theaters may operate. Indoor movie
theaters shall remain closed.

A. Capacity Requirements.

1. Automobiles shall be spaced at least 6 feet apart, with appropriate signage
posted notifying patrons of the spacing requirement.

2. Restrooms must not exceed 50% capacity and shall be staffed by dedicated
sanitation personnel at all times when open.

3. Persons shall remain in their vehicles except for the sole purpose of utilizing
the restroom facility.

B. Sanitation and Safety Requirements.

1. Food service areas will be closed, and food and beverage sales are
prohibited.

2. Touch free payment options for entry are encouraged.

3. All staff shall use PPEs including, but not limited to, gloves and masks at all
times.

4. Additional hand sanitizing stations shall be provided.

20
ATTACHMENT 6
COMMUNITY ROOMS, FITNESS CENTERS, AND GYMS
IN HOUSING DEVELOPMENTS

No community room, fitness center, or gym is required to be opened if the housing
development does not wish to do so or believes it cannot do so safely and in full
compliance with the requirements of this Emergency Order; any decision by a particular
housing development is also subject to any applicable internal rules or regulations of that
entity.

A. Capacity Requirements.

1. Maximum 50% occupancy. Social distancing requirements do not apply to
members of the same household.

2. Community rooms, fitness centers, and gyms shail be limited to residents
of the housing development only. No guests shall be allowed.

3. Exercise machines, equipment and tables must be rearranged and/or
closed for use to ensure at least 6 feet of distance between patrons using such machines,
equipment, or tables. Social distancing guidelines provided by the CDC shall be adhered
to at all times.

4. No gatherings or multi-player games (e.g., mahjong, poker, etc.) are
permitted in the community rooms between persons who do not reside in the same
household.

B. Sanitation and Safety Requirements.

1. Before reopening, the community room, fitness center, or gym (as
applicable) must be thoroughly deep cleaned, disinfected, and sanitized. After opening,
community rooms, fitness centers, and gyms must be deep cleaned daily.

2. Housing developments shall provide disinfecting wipes, and residents shall
be required to wipe down each machine they used after each use.

3. Hand sanitizer shall be available at the facility. Patrons must be informed
that they must sanitize their hands when entering the gym and prior to utilizing each piece
of equipment.

Cc. Gym and Fitness Center Amenities.

1. Hot tubs, saunas, steam rooms, and shower facilities shail remain closed.

21
ATTACHMENT 7
PUBLIC COMMUNITY POOLS AND PRIVATE CLUB POOLS

No pool is required to be opened if the owner or operator does not wish to do so or
believes it cannot do so safely and in full compliance with the requirements of this
Emergency Order; any decision by a particular entity is also subject to any applicable
internal rules or regulations of that entity.

A. Capacity Requirements.

1. All seating and tables around any pool shall be set up with social distancing
of at least 6 feet between groups at their closest point. Social distancing requirements do
not apply to members of the same household.

2. Pool and pool deck occupancy is limited to no greater than 50% maximum
occupancy.

3. No groups larger than 10 people.

4. The use of the pool and pool deck are to be supervised by a sufficient
number of employees or other person(s) designated by the operator of the facility to
ensure compliance with the requirements of this attachment, and either (i) employees or
other designees of the establishment shall sanitize the facility’s chairs, railings, gates,
tables, showers, and other equipment, or (ii) all furnishings must be removed from the
pool deck.

5. Private club pools are limited to use by their members only. No guests shall
be allowed.

B. Sanitation and Safety Requirements.

1. Employees or other designees of the operator of the facility shall supervise
the pool during operating hours to ensure compliance with this attachment and shail also
ensure the facility’s pool chairs, railings, gates, tables, showers, and other pool and pool
deck equipment are sanitized on a regular basis and, at a minimum, between users.

2. The pools and operation thereof shall meet the standards set by the CDC
https:/Awww.cdc.gov/healthywater/swimming/index.htm| and Florida Administrative Code
§ 64E-9.004 for disinfectant protocol.

3. Employees working in pool houses, locker rooms, or in similar areas in close

proximity to pools or pool decks shall wear facial coverings during in-person interactions
with the public in accordance with Broward County Emergency Order 20-07, as amended.

22
Cc. Pool Amenities.

1. Hot tubs, saunas, steam rooms, and indoor showers shall remain closed.
Indoor showers can remain open if they are the only shower available to rinse before
entering the pool.

23
ATTACHMENT 8
MUSEUMS

A. Capacity Requirements.

1. Operate at a capacity of no more than twenty-five percent (25%) occupancy
(if an interior portion of the museum has a separate capacity restriction, then that interior
portion is also subject to a limitation of not more than twenty-five percent (25%) of the
maximum capacity of that interior portion). Social distancing requirements do not apply to
members of the same household.

2. Determine what exhibitions and events to have or postpone based on space
and group capacity management and scale in phases.

3. On-site food establishments must operate in accordance with Attachment 2.

4. Gift shops and other on-site retail capacity shall be limited to 50% maximum
occupancy (or the maximum capacity permitted by the applicable Executive Order of the
Governor, if less) and operate in accordance with Attachment 3.

B. Sanitation and Safety Requirements.

1. Encourage advance mobile ticketing and use touchless payment options,
where available, throughout the museum.

2. Offer special hours for visitors with potential health vulnerabilities,
members, corporate members, and donors.

3. Reduce staff/visitor contact points and consider clear protective dividers for
front-line workstations.

4. Eliminate moveable elements and other hands-on activities that may
transmit germs (e.g., manipulatives and props, sensory materials, refer to the American
Alliance of Museums guidelines https:/Awww.aam-us.org/Awp-

content/uploads/2020/04/Considerations-for-Museum-Reopenings-5.4.2020. pdf).

5. Prohibit use of interactive functions or exhibits including child play areas.
6. Redesign and restrict exhibition floorplans to comply with social distancing.
7. Use floor decals to help visitors differentiate spaces and signage to regulate

capacity per area.

8. Facility rentals are prohibited at this time.

Courtesy Broward PDF