President Trump is scheduled to discuss the Great American Outdoors Act today in Jupiter as Palm Beach County finally enters Phase two of reopening. The president has not visited Palm Beach County since the coronavirus pandemic began in March. Yesterday, however, he was well represented as hundreds of boaters took to the Jupiter inlet to fly their Trump flags in a “Trumptilla.” Palm Beach County officially enters phase two of reopening which means that restaurants with bars can open more fully with a mask of course. Entertainment businesses, like movie theaters and bowling alleys will be opening their doors for the first time in months.Palm Beach County’s plan to reopen will unfold in stages. For restaurants and food establishments, the plan calls for indoor service to remain at 50 percent, and after-hour restrictions between 11 p.m. to 5 a.m.Gyms, fitness centers and libraries would be able to open at full capacity with appropriate physical distancing and enhanced sanitation protocols.Palm Beach County schools are set to reopen on Monday September 21st. Parents have the next two days to enter the portal and designate your learning preference for your child.