For many in Central Florida and across the state, leaving the house to experiment with a post-quarantine life involves a great deal of hesitancy. And that’s understandable. But one thing is certain, even amidst our ongoing concerns of health and public safety, and that’s that more and more businesses will collapse if they are not allowed the chance to reopen, albeit with restrictions. And that was what prompted the governor to issue Executive Order 20-112
on Wednesday, an order he refers to as the Safe, Smart, Step-by-Step Plan for Florida’s Recovery
By this Sunday Night, going into Monday morning on May 4, this new order will effectively take over for the one issued several weeks ago, requiring all non-essential services to close down or go remote. But the governor, and those with him, were insistent that this is only Phase One, that limitations and caution for health should still remain a top priority, even while some businesses begin to reopen at a 25% capacity rate. Anything related to a Phase Two recovery will have to wait until the governor and his administration have fully assessed the results of Phase One.
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