ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. – Mayor Rick Kriseman, citing recent COVID-19 statistics in Pinellas County, said Tuesday that officials will “relax some restrictions” in St. Petersburg.
What You Need To Know
- Libraries, other facilities to reopen
- City announced changes in FB video, news release
- BELOW: Watch mayor’s news conference
Starting Monday, October 5, the city will accept requests for events on city property and start to reopen city facilities.
Also starting Monday, St. Pete libraries will reopen with limited hours. Services offered and hours will differ among library locations. Visit splibraries.org for details.
In addition, all “public-facing” city facilities will return to normal operating hours.
The city announced more specifics in a news release on its website.
About 22,000 COVID cases have been reported in the county. Of those cases, 744 people have died.
Statewide, there are more than 704,000 COVID cases, with 14,000 reported deaths.