The celebration is being felt at other businesses too. “People are happy,” Zago said. “People are celebrating. They’ve been away for so long. It’s like they discovered Disneyland.”
LIV nightclub and E11EVEN Miami had long lines outside Friday night. “They would stay an hour and leave, but the revenue was very minimum.”
“It was very very hard because we were literally getting customers at 10:30,11,” Zago said. Mayor Daniella Levine Cava says the decision to relax restrictions was based on data.
Zago says the curfew nearly killed both his businesses. On Monday, Miami-Dade County lifted its emergency order mandating a midnight curfew.
But even so, Zago says he’s being extra careful. She said hospitalizations, positivity rates, and deaths have gone down in the county.
Source www.nbcmiami.com “We are planning one day at a time, not too much ahead,” he said.
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