The state has extended a safer-at-home order until 5 p.m. on March 5. People over age 6 must wear masks in indoor public spaces. Restaurants, bars, and breweries can offer dine-in service, but party size is capped at eight people. Tables or booths must be placed 6 feet apart or, if within 6 feet, must be separated by partitions.
As of November 2, the Governor extended the Safer at Home Order and the Public Health Emergency Order until January 22, 2020. A mask mandate remains in effect, and this was also extended until January 22.
All restaurants and bars shall continue to operate as follows:
Such establishments may continue to offer food for take-out or delivery provided the social distancing protocols, including maintaining a consistent six-foot distance between people.
Such establishments are strongly encouraged to offer online ordering and curbside pickup of food.
If establishments offer on-premises consumption of food or drink, they must limit the party size at tables to no more than eight people, and maintain at least six feet of separation between people seated at different tables, booths, chairs, or stools.
Employees shall wear a mask or other facial covering at all times while in regular interaction with patrons or guests.
No self-service by guests at drink stations, buffets, or salad bars.
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