State approves Lee County’s minimum standards for vacation rentals

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The state of Florida has approved Lee County’s minimum standards so that reservations can resume for vacation rentals, which had been prohibited under a prior executive order from Gov. Ron DeSantis. Rentals must allow adequate time between the conclusion of a guest stay and the check-in of the next guest for appropriate cleaning and sanitation. Measures required as minimum standards for vacation rentals throughout Lee County accepting reservations and guests for any length of stay and other county updates, information and documents can be viewed at leegov.com/covid-19.

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