• On March 22, 2021, the Governor announced a temporary pause to all regions in the reopening plan returning to the first phase and tighter restrictions, keeping much of the state in Phase 3. In this phase, both bars and restaurants may operate at 50% of full occupancy, while continuing to enforce mask requirements and social distancing.
  • The Governor announced the latest of the state’s reopening plan on January 11 which focuses efforts on reopening regions individually. In this plan, each phase has unique restrictions; the second phase is the first phase in which restaurants may offer indoor dining at 25% or 200 people, whichever is less. Phase progressions are dependent on hospitalizations and case metrics. As of February 2, seven out of the eight regions had progressed to the second phase.
  • As of December 8, the Governor announced that he would be extending current restrictions until January 4 due to a continued spike in coronavirus cases. Under these restrictions, restaurants and bars are limited to to-go service and outdoor dining with tables seating no more than five people. These restrictions were extended until January 11.
  • As of November 10, much of the state advanced forward in its reopening plan. Alcohol service is permitted until 11 pm, and a six-person party limit is now enforced.