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COVID-19 Testing for Doral Residents

The City of Doral will be sponsoring FREE drive-thru COVID-19 Viral Swab testing for City of Doral residents, 4 years of age and up, for a limited time.

Dates: September 14th until December 5th – Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Times: 9:00am-1pm
Location: Doral Police Training & Community Center
3719 NW 97 AVE, Doral FL 33178 (next to Millenia Atlantic University)

*Must provide proof of Doral residency*

Appointments are limited!

 Book Your Appointment Now!

Miami-Dade County Residents FREE Testing – 5300 NW 102nd Ave, Doral, FL 33178 (Morgan Levy Park)
The City of Doral and Miami-Dade County have partnered to offer free COVID-19 drive thru testing to County residents (5 years of age or older); Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, between the hours of 12 p.m. and 8 p.m. Walk-ins are allowed and appointments may be made online:

Please note this is not a full list of COVID-19 testing locations. For a full list of   test sites in Miami-Dade County

City Services Impacted by COVID-19:

All parks are now OPEN with EXTENDED hours of operation. Limitations and safety guidelines are in place.

 Allowed and NOT Allowed in the Parks

Doral Trolley Operating with limited Service

Freebee fully operational

Doral Cares Grant Programs Logo

Reopening Doral

The City of Doral, in accordance with the latest Federal, State and Miami-Dade County health guidelines, and in collaboration with community stakeholders, will begin systematically reopening the City. This process will occur in phases with specific guidelines for implementation in accordance with Miami-Dade County’s guide:

Effective September 29th
In accordance with Miami-Dade County Emergency Order 30-20, in compliance with the Governor’s Executive Order moving Miami-Dade County into Phase 3:

All retail and commercial establishments within the City of Doral are permitted to open and remain open, provided that each such establishment:

  • Complies with the requirements of County Order 30-20 and the specific requirements in the “Moving to a New Normal Handbook”.
  • Complies with the facial covering requirements in Miami-Dade County
  • Consents to entry of City personnel onto the establishment’s property for the sole purpose of inspection for compliance with this Order

Restaurants and Other Food Service Establishments:

  • Restaurants and other food service establishments are encouraged to accept gusts by reservation only, and to use a paging system to limit the congregation of patrons
  • Restaurants and other food service establishments shall be permitted to have a minimum occupancy of 50 percent and shall otherwise comply with social distancing requirements to the maximum extent possible. A restaurant or other food service establishment shall be allowed to operate up to 100 percent capacity of the restaurant:
    • Ensures six feet of distance between tables
    • Ensures that no more than six persons (or 10 persons if in the same household) sit at a table
    • Ensure that persons not actively eating, or drinking are wearing facial coverings
  • All restaurants and food service establishments shall close for on-premises dining between the start of the curfew at 11pm and 6am the next morning.

Facial Coverings Required:

  • All persons in public spaces and places both indoor and outdoors, shall be required to wear facial coverings, as defined in maim-Dade County Emergency Order 20-20, as amended.

Curfew: A general curfew is still effect through the City – effective daily, 11pm-6am.

Effective September 18th
In accordance with Miami-Dade, movie theaters, concert houses,  auditoriums,  playhouses,  bowling alleys,  arcades,  indoor amusement facilities and attractions, may operate, provided the establishment: (1) complies with the COVID-19 safety plan for such establishment previously approved by Miami Dade County; (2) complies with the Handbook as amended; and (3) if such establishments allow eating or drinking on premises, the establishment must provide clearly marked locations where eating and drinking will be allowed.
Bars, pubs, nightclubs, cocktail lounges, cabarets, adult entertainment venues, hookah lounges or breweries must remain closed under Miami-Dade County Emergency Orders (including County EO 28-20 or County EO 29-20, as amended)

Effective September 16th
In accordance with Miami-Dade County Emergency Order 29-20, Doral park hours of operation have been extended as follows:

Doral Legacy Park, Morgan Levy Park, Doral Glades Park, and Doral Meadow Park

  • Monday - Friday: 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
  • Saturday: 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
  • Sunday: 8:00 a.m. to Sunset

Trails & Tails Park and Veteran's Park

  • Monday - Sunday: 7:00 a.m. to Sunset

Doral Central Park

  • Monday - Friday: 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
  • Saturday - Sunday: 7:00 a.m. to Sunset

Recreation Centers will remain closed until further notice.

Effective August 31st
Miami-Dade County Emergency Order 28-20

Effective as of August 31, 2020, at 12:01 a.m., this County order rescinds Emergency Order 23-20 and 26-20, and replaces those orders with a new 28-20, along with the orders’ amendments. Among other provisions, Emergency Order 28-20 allows indoor dining restaurants to operate at 50 percent capacity, with six people maximum at a table, social distancing and facial coverings. The restaurants are required to run their HVAC systems with the fans "on" while people are in the establishments and to keep doors and windows open to maximize the circulation of fresh air. Casinos will also be allowed to re-open, following the same rules they previously followed, but adding the restriction that consumption of food and beverages can only take place in areas designated for eating. Food and drinks will be prohibited at the gaming tables or slot machines.

Effective July 9th
Miami-Dade County Emergency Order 26-20 amended by the County.

This order mandates closures and modifies previously announced closures, all outlined below.

Business Closures: Beginning at 12:01 a.m., Thursday, July 9, 2020,  all of the following shall be closed in both the incorporated and unincorporated areas of Miami-Dade County:

  • movie theaters
  • concert houses
  • auditoriums
  • playhouses
  • bowling alleys
  • arcades
  • indoor and outdoor amusement facilities and attractions
  • casinos (except casinos on sovereign tribal land)
  • adult theaters, special cabarets, and unlicensed massage establishments, as defined in section 847.001, Florida Statutes
  • banquet halls, both stand alone and incident to any hotel or other business
  • ballrooms both stand alone and incident to any hotel and other establishment

Modifications to businesses allowed to continue to operate are as follows:

Gyms and Fitness Centers:
All individuals in a gym or fitness center shall at all times wear a mask or other facial covering as defined by Emergency Order 20-20. This requirement is in addition to, and does not modify or waive, any other requirement imposed on gyms and fitness centers in Emergency Order 23-20 or the New Normal Handbook.

Restaurants, Cafeterias, other food service establishments with seating for over 8:
All restaurants, cafeterias, and other food service establishment with seating for more than eight people within the incorporated and unincorporated areas of Miami-Dade County shall be limited to offering outdoor on-premises service only. Outdoor service of customers for on-premises consumption shall only be offered between the hours of 6:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m. each day and shall close at 10:00 p.m. Notwithstanding the foregoing, between the hours of 10:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m., such establishments may operate their kitchens only for the purpose of providing delivery services, pick-up, room service, or take out services, and employees, janitorial personnel, contractors, and delivery personnel shall be allowed access to such establishments. Table size at such establishments shall be limited to four persons per table, irrespective of whether those persons reside in the same household. Music shall be eliminated or set at a decibel level below that of a normal conversation.

 Apply for Outdoor Dining Permit Application

Vacation Rentals/Short Term Rentals:
(a) the maximum daytime and overnight occupancy for short-term vacation rentals shall be up to a maximum of two persons per bedroom plus two additional persons per property not to exceed a maximum of ten persons, and

(b) new rental agreements shall not be entered into except on a monthly basis.

These will all take effect at 12:01 a.m., Thursday, July 9, 2020 and will expire only upon the expiration of the existing Miami-Dade County State of Local Emergency, provided, however, that if such State of Local Emergency is extended, this order shall also be deemed to be extended for the duration of such extension order.

Also of note, this order does not affect or limit the operations of Miami-Dade County, Miami International Airport, Port Miami, any business operating at such port or airport, any public utility, any municipality, the Miami-Dade County School District, or any state or federal office or facility, except that such entities shall abide by the restrictions of any County, municipal, state or federal emergency order, as applicable.

Full details:

Effective June 8th
Certain non-essential businesses will allowed to reopen with strict capacity and safety rules in place.
Businesses that may begin opening on May 18th if they are ready and meet the guidelines include:

  • Gyms
  • Fitness studios
  • Massage parlors
  • Hotels
  • Pools
  • Hot tubs
  • Tattoo parlors
  • Banquet halls
  • Retail
  • Small businesses
  • Personal grooming businesses
  • Arts and culture
  • Manufacturing
  • Office buildings
  • Shopping centers
  • Warehousing/trade
  • Logistics
  • Restaurants

Businesses that will not be permitted to open at this time include:

  • movie theaters
  • arcades
  • bars
  • night clubs
  • breweries (except for takeout or delivery)
  • movie theaters
  • bowling alleys


Phase 3: HOTELS 
Phase 3: PARKS 
Phase 3: POOLS 
Phase 3: RETAIL 

Attention Please
If you think you have been exposed to COVID-19 and develop a fever and symptoms, such as cough or difficulty breathing, the Florida Department of Health (DOH) recommends the following in order to be tested:

  • Call the DOH Epidemiology Department at  305-470-5660 for guidance, or
  • Contact your primary care physician, explain your symptoms and whether or not you have been in contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19 over the past 14 days, or
  • Contact an urgent care facility or hospital emergency room, explain your symptoms and whether or not you have been in contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19 over the past 14 days

You may reach the Miami-Dade County Florida Department of Health COVID-19 hotline at  305-324-2400 or the Florida Department of Health at  1-866-779-6121.



Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
24/7 Call Center –  866-779-6121
 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Florida Department of Health (DOH)
 Florida Department of Health

State of Florida - Office of the Governor
 Florida Governor Exe. Order Number 20-246
 Florida Governor Exe. Order Number 20-244
 Florida Governor Exe. Order Number 20-211
 Florida Governor Exe. Order Number 20-193
 Florida Governor Exe. Order Number 20-180
 Florida Governor Exe. Order Number 20-179
 Florida Governor Exe. Order Number 20-166
 Florida Governor Exe. Order Number 20-159
 Florida Governor Exe. Order Number 20-150
 Florida Governor Exe. Order Number 20-149
 Florida Governor Exe. Order Number 20-139
 Florida Governor Exe. Order Number 20-137
 Florida Governor Exe. Order Number 20-131
 Florida Governor Exe. Order Number 20-123
 Florida Governor Exe. Order 20-123 - INFOGRAPHIC
 Florida Governor Exe. Order Number 20-112
 Florida Governor Exe. Order Number 20-91
 Florida Governor Exe. Order Number 20-83
 Florida Governor Exe. Order Number 20-81
 Florida Governor Exe. Order Number 20-71
 Florida Governor Exe. Order Number 20-69
 Florida Governor Exe. Order Number 20-68

Miami-Dade County - Office of the Mayor
 Amendment No. 2 to Emergency Order 20-20
 Amendment No. 2 to Emergency Order 29-20
 Emergency Order 30-20
 Amendment No. 1 to Emergency Order 29-20
 Miami-Dade County Emergency Order 28-20
 Amendment No. 2 to Emergency Order 23-26
 Amendment No. 1 Emergency Order 20-20
 Amendment No. 2 to Emergency Order 23-20
 Amendment No. 2 to Emergency Order 21-20
 Miami-Dade County Emergency Order 24-20
 Extending Declaration of State of Emergency
 Miami-Dade County Emergency Order 23-20
 Miami-Dade County Emergency Order 23-20 Exhibit A
 Miami-Dade County Emergency Order 23-20 Exhibit B
 Miami-Dade County Emergency Order 21-20 Ext 7
 Miami-Dade County Emergency Order 21-20
 Miami-Dade County Emergency Order 20-20
 Amendment No. 1 to Emergency Order 14-20
 Miami-Dade County Emergency Order 19-20
 Miami-Dade County Emergency Order 18-20
 Amendment No. 1 to Emergency Order 16-20
 Miami-Dade County Emergency Order 17-20
 Executive Order extending Declaration
 Miami-Dade County Emergency Order 16-20
 Miami-Dade County Emergency Order 15-20
 Miami-Dade County Emergency Order 14-20
 Miami-Dade County Emergency Order 13-20
 Miami-Dade County Emergency Order 12-20
 Miami-Dade County Emergency Order 10-20
 Miami-Dade County Emergency Order 06-20 Amendment 2
 Miami-Dade County Emergency Order 09-20
 Miami-Dade County Emergency Order 08-20
 Miami-Dade County Emergency Order 07-20 Amendment 2
 Miami-Dade County Emergency Order 07-20 Amendment 1
 Miami-Dade County Emergency Order 06-20 Amendment 1
 Miami-Dade County Emergency Order 07-20
 Miami-Dade County Emergency Order 06-20
 Miami-Dade County Emergency Order 04-20
 Miami-Dade County Emergency Order 03-20