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City of Mount Dora Continues to Open Operations Post COVID-19

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MOUNT DORA — Mount Dora Mayor Cathy Hoechst released a statement Wednesday updating residents on the current COVID-19 situation in Mount Dora.

In the statement, Hoechst announced plans for the Mount Dora High School graduation ceremony which is scheduled to be held on June 11 at 9 a.m. at Reninger’s Market.

In support of the Class of 2020 graduation, businesses throughout the city are decorating their locations with the Mount Dora Hurricanes colors.

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Hoechst also stated that all restaurants and stores are now at 50% capacity. While restaurants and stores are now open, residents are asked to continue washing and sanitizing their hands frequently.

Face-masks are option in most places but are required in some facilities.

Other businesses such as bars, theaters, and entertainment facilities are still closed at this time, according to Hoechst.

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Hoechst also stated that City Council members came to a decision to cancel the 4th of July parade and fireworks Freedom on the Waterfront celebration after a long discussion at Tuesday night’s council meeting.

Officials are exploring other options for a fireworks show later this summer, Hoechst stated.

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