Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort to partially reopen Saturday
(CNN) -- President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida is telling members the club will partially reopen this weekend, and guests will need to maintain social distancing guidelines, according to an email sent to members and obtained by CNN.
Guests were told that the main house, where Trump often takes up residence, along with the spa, gym and tennis courts, will remain closed, while the Beach Club will open under new guidelines through June 28, according to the email.
The Washington Post first reported on the private club's reopening.
Mar-a-Lago's staff will be enforcing social distancing guidelines for members who visit the Beach Club. The email says loungers and tables will be spaced six feet apart and "on the pool deck and in the pool/jacuzzi."
The members-only club is also conducting a heightened cleaning regime. Restrooms will be "thoroughly sanitized hourly" and the club will have "sanitizing stations" spread around the pool deck.
It is unclear whether the President will return to the property before the season ends. He normally visits the club during winter months.
The last time he visited the club was in early March as the coronavirus pandemic was taking hold.
The President generally stops going to his Florida resort after Mother's Day, opting for his Bedminster Golf Club in New Jersey over the summer.
Last week, several Trump Organization golf properties also reopened, including the Trump Doral in Florida. The Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, New Jersey, also reopened this month, and the Trump National Golf Club Washington, DC, in Potomac Falls, Virginia, is also open.
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