- Starting March 12, restaurant tables may be placed closer together and patrons can sit in the bar after midnight, so long as they purchase food. Additionally, restaurants may now operate at 75% occupancy.
- The Governor lifted early closure rules for restaurants on January 29. The state also loosened social-gathering limits and allowed bar areas to reopen starting February 12. Bars must enforce a maximum of four people per party, and a minimum of six feet of spacing between parties. Patrons will be limited to 90 minutes at the bar and standing or congregating will be prohibited. Customers must order food. Bars will be required to close at 11 p.m
The current capacity restrictions of 50% for restaurants, along with a mask mandate, remain in effect.
- New restrictions were put in place on December 21. Indoor dining at restaurants can resume operating at 50 percent capacity (up from 33%), but bar areas must remain closed. Members of a single household can be seated at indoor tables; if seated outdoors, members of two households are allowed.