What Businesses Are Still Open in the Palm Beaches?

Gerald Lombardo
Posted by Gerald Lombardo
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Published in Local News

Palm Beach County along with much of the country is in order to close non-essential business. This includes Beaches, restaurants (except for pickup and delivery), bars, golf courses, parks, gyms, marinas, schools are just some of the things closed in Palm Beach County because of the coronavirus outbreak.

Businesses considered critical and thus can remain open

Here are some of the types of businesses that will remain open as they are considered critical.

  • Hospitals, doctors’ and dentists’ offices, pharmacies

  • Grocery stores, convenience stores, liquor stores

  • Homeless shelters, social service agencies

  • Urgent care centers, physical therapists; mental health professionals; labs; blood banks, home health agencies

  • Gas stations, automobile dealerships, auto-supply and auto-repair shop

  • Banks and financial institutions, including insurance firms and adjusters

  • Hardware, gardening, and building supply stores

  • Contractors and other trades, exterminators, janitorial services, home security firm

  • Postal services

  • Moving and storage companies

  • Laundromats, dry cleaners

  • Office supply stores

  • Airlines, taxis, and other private transportation providers

  • Assisted living facilities, nursing homes, adult daycare centers

  • Law firms, accountants and other professionals, including architects, engineers, and land surveyors

  • Landscape and pool care services

  • Childcare facilities, but the children should be in groups of 10 or less

  • Warehouses, factories, bottling plants, trucking companies

  • Telecommunications providers, including computer stores

  • Hotels and motels if they are providing rooms to essential workers, domestic violence victims, displaced people or people using hotels as transitional housing. No new reservations from the public are permitted

  • Veterinarians, pet stores and pet boarding facilities

  • Mortuaries, funeral homes, and cemeteries

  • Gun stores

  • Electrical production and distribution services

  • Personal grooming such as nail salons or hair salons that can provide services with personal protective equipment and comply with federal and state guidance

  • Waste management

  • Landscaping or pool services

  • Businesses that supply other critical businesses

  • Also, any business employing five or few people who do not regularly interact with the public or can practice social distancing can remain to continue to operate.

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