Guidelines for Colorado restaurant re-openings released


Governor Jared Poli issued a draft of the guidelines for restaurants to reopen.  Indoor and outdoor dine-in service would be allowed with limited capacity, though it’s still a bit foggy on how many people can be in each business. It’s based on maintaining eight-feet between tables.  Groups at a table would be limited to six people or fewer, and dining spaces inside and out, would have to stop service by 10 p.m. Meanwhile, bars would remain closed under the draft. Restaurant owners are being given time to add their input on the reopening efforts. The final draft should come out sometime next week.

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