Coronavirus: Florida Keys to reopen to visitors June 1

The Florida Keys will reopen to visitors June 1.

The highway checkpoints will be removed as Monroe County eases restrictions banning non-residents, county officials said Sunday night.

The Keys closed to tourists and visitors March 22. The checkpoints were set up March 27, WTVJ reported.

Hotels and other lodging accommodations will also be allowed to reopen at 50% capacity.

There are 100 confirmed cases and three deaths from the coronavirus in Monroe County, health officials said. There are 45,580 confirmed cases and 1,972 deaths from the virus in Florida, according to The New York Times.

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