Boca’s Town Center Mall, one of the largest shopping malls in South Florida, has reopened as of 11 a.m. on Wednesday, May 13. The mall is following Phase 1 reopening guidelines, which means that it is requiring the use of face coverings and that capacity will be limited to 25%.
The reopening was announced on the Town Center Mall website, and owner Simon Properties outlined measures that will be taken to protect the health of employees and shoppers.
Employees will be required to wear masks, while shoppers “Will be encouraged to wear facial coverings as recommended by the CDC.” The website also notes that “Free masks and sanitizing wipe packets will be available to shoppers at designated entrances or at the mall office.”
Only two entrances will be open to customers, and those waiting to enter will be encouraged to stay six feet apart or remain in their cars. The mall has also enhanced sanitizing guidelines, and will be disinfecting high-contact areas more frequently.
The mall will be open from 11 a.m. until 7 p.m. daily. Customers have been encouraged to call ahead to ensure that the store(s) they plan to visit will be open upon arrival.