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MIAMI BEACH, FL - JULY 04: A couple enters the Oceans Ten restaurant on Ocean Drive on July 04, 2020 in the South Beach neighborhood of Miami Beach, Florida. In order to prevent the spread of COVID-19, Miami-Dade county has closed beaches from July 3-7 and imposed a curfew from from 10pm to 6am in preparation for the July 4th holiday weekend. (Photo by Cliff Hawkins/Getty Images)

Miami-Dade County is once again closing their restaurants allowing only for take out or delivery, according to a Miami-Dade County press release.

Mayor Carlos Gimenez announced that this new order is effective Wednesday.

“I am continuing to roll back business openings as we continue to see a spike in the percent of positive COVID-19 tests and an uptick in hospitalizations.

I am signing an emergency order that will close restaurants (except for takeout and delivery services), along with ballrooms, banquet facilities, party venues, gyms and fitness centers, and short-term rentals. These closings, among others that will be included in the order, will be effective Wednesday, July 8, 2020. We want to ensure that our hospitals continue to have the staffing necessary to save lives.”

The mayor also said the beaches will open Tuesday after being closed for the holiday weekend, but they could be forced to close again if people are seen gathering in large crowds or not following safety rules.

Condo and hotel pools, summer camps and daycare centers will remain open at this time.

Office buildings, retail stores and grooming services will remain open for now.

The 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. Countywide curfew will remain in force with exceptions for essential workers and for people who have a religious obligation.