MN COVID Restrictions Have Loosened On Bars & Restaurants

The Walz Administration has revealed new guidance for bars and restaurants during the COVID-19 pandemic, still keeping total capacity limited but allowing larger parties to dine at restaurants.

Since June 10, restaurants and bars are only allowed to seat tables of four people – or six if they're from the same household, while their total capacity has been kept at 50% of their occupancy limits.

Under new guidancethat goes into effect immediately, dining rooms will now be able to seat parties of up to 10 people – irrespective of whether they're from the same household.


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