• 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.