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Facial coverings no longer required inside city facilities.

Facial Coverings No Longer Required at City Facilities Effective November 1, 2021

(Update: Monday, November 1, 2021)

As a result of the low COVID-19 positivity rate in Miami-Dade County, effective Monday, November 1, the City will no longer require facial coverings inside of city facilities. Facial coverings are still recommended. The City encourages all employees, residents, businesses, and visitors to continue to take preventative measures to help protect our community. 

The vaccine is our best shot at recovery and a return to complete normalcy. We strongly encourage everyone who is eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine to get vaccinated. Additional details on vaccine eligibility and locations are available at sibfl.net/vaccines. 

(Wednesday, July 28, 2021)

As a result of the surge in new cases locally, the City of Sunny Isles Beach will be requiring facial coverings for all employees and visitors at all indoor city facilities effective Friday, July 30 regardless of vaccination status.

Everyone’s cooperation and consideration will help keep our community safe as we experience an increase in cases in our region.

For more information, visit sibfl.net/coronavirus.