What should you do if you see Central Florida businesses not complying with capacity, social distancing?

ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. — With restaurants and businesses beginning to reopen, enforcement of social distancing and re-opening guidelines have been some of the biggest questions.

The state guidelines state, in Phase 1, retail and restaurants should reopen at 25% capacity. But what should you do if you see more people than allowed, and they aren’t social distancing?

That was addressed Monday during an Orange County news conference.


"If anyone believes that the license business operating contrary to the governor or mayors executive order you can call local law enforcement," Sheriff John Mina said.

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You can report a business not following the rules to the Department of Business and Regulation, the division that deals with business licensing.

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”It’s up to everyone as individuals and business owners to be responsible for our safety and our well-being," Mina said.

Adam Poulisse, WFTV.com

Adam Poulisse joined WFTV in November 2019.

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