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South Florida’s continued increase in COVID-19 cases has prompted Broward County to issue Emergency Order 20-21, which primarily addresses dining establishments and vacation rentals. The Order goes into effect at 12:01 am on Friday, July 10. You can view it in its entirety at https://bit.ly/EO20-21.Restaurants and other eateries must stop the on-premise consumption of food and beverages between 10 pm – 5 am. However, take out, delivery, drive-through and pick up service can still operate when on-premise dining is closed.In addition to requiring tables to be a minimum of six feet apart and dining rooms to operate at 50% maximum indoor occupancy, seating will be limited to 6 people per table, or 10 people if everyone is from the same household. Face coverings are mandatory for all employees and for customers when they are not eating.All food and beverages must be consumed while seated at a table. Bar counters must remain closed.The Emergency Order also mandates that only 10 people will be allowed in a vacation rental. Only those who have signed the rental agreement will be allowed on the property.The public is encouraged to report business violations by visiting MyBroward.Broward.org or by calling 311. Reports can be made anonymously.Establishments that violate Emergency Order 20-21 will be forced to close for 24 hours for the first offense and 72 hours for every additional offense.