Restaurants in the state of Colorado have just received new ‘finalized’ guidelines for reopening their establishments after shutting down as a result of the coronavirus outbreak.
Dine-in services are permitted with a limit on 50% capacity or maximum 50 patrons. There’s also a new limit on party sizes: no parties with more than 8 people. These rules are, of course, accompanied by an array of other health safety restrictions and protocols that should be adhered to.
Read the full set of guidelines here.