• Starting March 15, 2021, the Governor implemented new restrictions, increasing indoor dining capacity at bars and restaurants from 35% to 50%.
  • On February 12, the Governor issued an order removing restrictions, allowing indoor dining at restaurants and bars to operate at 35% capacity, while outdoor dining will have no capacity limit. Reservations will no longer be required, and the number of patrons allowed at a table with a jump from four to six.
  • COVID-19 mitigation efforts will be extended for another 30 days on January 11. These establishments may continue to operate at 25% capacity with a maximum of six guests per table.
  • On November 22,  restaurants, bars, gyms, fitness and dance studios, casinos, public gatherings, museums, zoos, churches, libraries, and other businesses were limited to a 25% capacity.
  • The Governor announced he will extend current restrictions until January 15 in an attempt to slow down the spread of COVID-19. Businesses will remain to operate under the same restrictions, however, people over age 9 must wear a face-covering whenever they leave home, indoors or outdoors, including at private gatherings.