It will be the last call for a while at bars across the Sunshine State. Starting Friday, bars in Florida will not be permitted to serve alcohol for on-site consumption. This comes after another day of record highs in COVID-19 cases.\nHalsey Beshears, the secretary of the Department of Business and Professional Regulation, announced the sudden shift in policy on Twitter. "Effective immediately, the Department of Business and Professional Regulation is suspending on premises consumption of alcohol at bars statewide," the tweet reads.\nIt's a stunning reverse of just a few weeks ago when bars were permitted to reopen in phase 2 of the state's economic recovery plan from the novel coronavirus. Ever since, the state has endured a record spike in daily COVID-19 cases, with the state hitting another record, recording almost 9,000 cases on Friday.\nMost of the new cases have been among the state's younger population. On Wednesday, the state began suspending alcohol licenses to bars that were not following social distancing rules.\nNow, all bars will have to resort back to take-out or re-close their doors due to the new restrictions put in place. There is no word as to whether other parts of phase 2 will be rolled back.\nEffective immediately, the Department of Business and Professional Regulation is suspending on premises consumption of alcohol at bars statewide.— HalseyBeshears (@HalseyBeshears) June 26, 2020\nThe new order comes as cities across the state ramped up enforcement of social distancing and other coronavirus-related mitigation orders.\nEarlier this week, Gov. Ron DeSantis said he would send out the "Grim Reaper" to Florida bars to strip their license if they're found not social distancing. Around the time of his comment, a college bar in Central Florida would eventually get its license revoked.\nIn Jacksonville, several bars and establishments were forced to close as patrons and employees started testing positive for the virus after visiting.\nBREAKING. Florida reports nearly 9,000 new cases of COVID-19, shattering single-day record— Daniel Uhlfelder (@DWUhlfelderLaw) June 26, 2020\nMiami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez has ordered a crackdown of businesses not following the new rules.\nCounties have also moved to mandate the wearing of face masks while in public. Recently, Miami-Dade, Monroe, and Palm Beach County have all mandated that faces be covered while in public, with Miami and Palm Beach enacting fines for not following the new ordinances.\nMost of Florida is currently under phase 2 of the state's recovery plan, which allowed restaurants to open bar top seating, and for bars and pubs to operate at 50% indoor capacity. With the new suspension, it's unclear how bars will operate if they can't serve on-site drinks.\n*Cover photos for illustrative purposes.