BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — The list keeps getting longer. Kings Point, Boca West and Seven Bridges are among those communities that as of Monday mid-day have either closed — or will close — most public locations including clubhouses, restaurants, meeting facilities, card rooms, gyms and more. Pools universally seem to remain open but that is expected to change for many communities in the next day or two.
HOA’s and Country Clubs, while heeding advice from the CDC, are also acutely aware of potential litigation — whether valid or not — if people get sick on property from public areas or during events sponsored by HOAs.
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