• Vermont bars could open on March 24, allowing up to 50% of operating occupancy.
  • The Governor lifted the multi-household gathering ban on March 12, which has been in effect since mid-November 2020. Additionally, the state lifted seating restrictions for restaurants, now allowing up to six people from different families.
  • Starting November 14, bars and social clubs were closed to in-person service but can offer take-out. Restaurants may continue to operate at previous capacity limits, but must close to in-person service by 10 p.m. each night. The state is requiring restaurants, gyms, museums, and other establishments to keep a daily log of visitors to inform patrons of possible exposure when necessary. This order remains in effect as of February 19, 2021.
  • As of November 10, restaurants and bars were permitted to operate at full capacity offering indoor dining and alcohol service until 10 pm. Establishments may provide alcohol and dining services after 10 pm, but only through curbside pickup, takeout, drive-through, or delivery.