Miami parks are reopening gyms and picnic shelters.You can do other things too

On Monday, the park in Miami will reopen its gym, community center and other indoor facilities that had been closed for over a year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Some outdoor facilities, such as fountains and outdoor picnic areas, can also be reused. According to the city, Grapeland Water Park will resume Memorial Day weekends as usual.

The city’s Parks and Recreation building will reopen on Monday, including meeting rooms, separate toilet facilities, and locker rooms. According to the city, park visitors can also use the open grills, benches, bleachers and table games again.

The city has not yet visited all parks Must wear a mask Inside and outside if they are not exercising. This is stricter than the guidelines recently updated by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which means that fully vaccinated people do not need to wear masks outdoors. Except for crowded areas A place where it is difficult to keep a social distance.

It’s also stricter than the recent public health recommendations of Florida surgeon Dr. Scott Rivekeys. Fully vaccinated people can be maskless Indoor and outdoor.

The city of Miami said other activities will soon resume.

▪ ▪ The program for people with disabilities will resume on Monday, May 17th

▪ ▪ The city’s summer camp program will resume on Monday, June 14th.

▪ ▪ Grapeland Water Park will reopen on Memorial Day Weekend as usual and will be open only on weekends until June 13. Open 7 days a week from Monday, June 14th to August 23rd. After that, the water park will be open on weekends. Only until Worker’s Day.