For visitors to the Florida Keys, COVID-19 safety protocols remain in place. Keys officials require facial coverings be worn in businesses, and outdoors when social distancing of six feet or more is not possible. In the city of Key West, masks are to be worn in indoor and outdoor areas. Continue
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Meet Islamorada artist Michelle Nicole Lowe, a resident who has an important message about COVID-19. For visitors to the Keys, there continue to be precautions to take for visitors as well as residents of the island chain. A Monroe County (Florida Keys) ordinance requires everyone to carry a facial covering capable of immediate use and requires that masks be worn when inside of a business and also outdoors when a social distance of six feet from another person is not possible. In the city of Key West, the wearing of facial coverings is mandatory indoors and outdoors (anywhere outside a residence or hotel/lodging room) regardless of social distancing. For updated COVID-19 Visitor Guidelines, click here.