A sign outside the Matecumbe United Methodist reads “Services Canceled in April. Pray.”
A sign situated alongside U.S. 1 in Islamorada encourages people to maintain 6 feet apart. DAVID GROSS/Contributed
Anne’s Beach in Islamorada is wrapped off to the public until further notice. DAVID GROSS/Contributed
Burton Memorial United Methodist’s God’s Kitchen offers free meals Thursdays from 5:30 to 6 p.m. Services are now online via Facebook. DAVID GROSS/Contributed
The main sign outside Founders Park lets local residents know what’s currently closed. The boat ramp opened to Islamorada residents only on March 20. DAVID GROSS/Contributed
Green Turtle Inn in Islamorada offers Bubba-Q to go. DAVID GROSS/Contributed
Outside Islamorada Beer Company, a sign reads ‘Rum punch to go,” and “Isolation hydration.” DAVID GROSS/Contributed
A sign is posted alongside the road at Keys Bite in Key Largo. DAVID GROSS/Contributed
Made 2 Order in Tavernier displays a large sign to passers-by letting them know they offer delivery. DAVID GROSS/Contributed
A sign outside the Matecumbe United Methodist reads “Services Canceled in April. Pray.” DAVID GROSS/Contributed

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