Bermuda’s parks, beaches and golf courses reopened on 4 May 2020, in the first phase of a four-part plan to ease coronavirus-related restrictions. Shelter-in-place orders ended on 2 May, allowing businesses to reopen from 0700 to 1900 local time (1000 to 2200 UTC) for curbside pickup or home delivery only. A nightly curfew remains in effect from 2000 to 0600 local time, and all gatherings of more than 10 people are banned. Authorities have yet to offer details regarding a full timeline of the plan, but stated that they will consider the rate of new COVID-19 infections before proceeding to each phase. Phase 2 will allow customers to enter businesses; Phase 3 will allow schools and public transportation to resume, and will also end the mandate that businesses allow employees to work remotely; and Phase 4 is will allow spas, dine-in restaurants, clubs and bars to reopen. However, authorities have not announced when L.F. Wade International Airport (TXKF/BDA) will fully reopen.