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Daily Updates On The Reopening Of On-Premise Industry

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Stay tuned with daily updates on the reopening of bars and restaurants across the USA.

California, New Mexico and Oregon put new restrictions on indoor activities

At least 27 states have put a hold on reopening businesses or reimposed measures aimed at slowing the spread of the virus.

Citing rising numbers, the governors of California and New Mexico -- having already taken some steps -- reimposed restrictions on dining.

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California Rolls Back Reopening, Closing Bars And Indoor Operations Of A Range Of Businesses

California Gov. Gavin Newsom ordered Monday that certain categories of businesses must halt indoor operations as COVID-19 cases continue to surge across the country, especially in the South and West.

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The future of Bay Area dining is outside, or to go

With COVID-19 cases spiking, San Francisco put its previously scheduled July 13 reopening of bars and indoor dining on hold indefinitely this week, while in Napa and Monterey, restaurant dining rooms — which had already reopened — were ordered to shut down once again.

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Allegheny County to allow outdoor dining, bars, and casinos to reopen Friday — with restrictions

Indoor dining is still prohibited. New restrictions include a maximum of three alcoholic drinks per customer during on-site service and requirements that customers are seated at a table. Indoor areas are only for through traffic. Dining service is allowed until 11 p.m., but takeout and delivery can continue beyond that time. 

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Restaurant-goers in Connecticut wary of indoor dining

"People are still scared to eat inside, especially the elderly we have a lot of older customers."

Outdoor dining has drawn crowds across the tristate area but as cases of COVID-19 continue to surge elsewhere in the country, many local restaurants have seen hesitation from customers when it comes to dining inside.

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Lamont: Full reopening of bars in mid-July must ‘take a pause’

Gov. Ned Lamont shut the door Thursday on a full-scale reopening of Connecticut bars in mid-July

“I’m sorry to disappoint you, but I think the bars are going to have to take a pause right now,” Lamont told reporters during a daily briefing at Hammonasset Beach State Park in Madison. “I’m just looking around at the rest of the country.”

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Next Step to Normalcy in Connecticut As Restaurants Reopen Indoor Dining

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Oregon’s Governor Faces Calls to Close Bars, Days After They Reopened

On June 29, Gov. Brown warned she would issue last call if people didn't obey her statewide directive to wear masks.

"I do not want to have to close down businesses again like other states are now doing," Brown said, in one of her most pointed remarks since the pandemic began. "If you want your local shops and restaurants to stay open, then wear a face-covering when out in public."

Some experts now warn Brown that social drinking must remain an outdoor pastime—if it can resume at all.

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‘Oregon Businesses Will Not Be Able to Stay Open’ If COVID-19 Cases Continue to Climb

The rise of weekend barbecues and several active outbreaks at Oregon farms indicate the state may be facing a gargantuan task mitigating a new spike COVID-19 cases in the state — a report from the Oregon Health Authority projects that the rate of new cases could be as high as 5,030 per day in less than a month

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