Indoor dining and drinking can resume June 26 in Chicago with 25% capacity, a press release from Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s office said Friday.
Restaurants, bars, breweries and other businesses will be able to open indoor service under limited capacity and with safety restrictions in place, according to the release.
Businesses will need to operate indoor service at 25% capacity with a maximum capacity of 50 people per room or floor, the release said.
Patrons must be seated at tables that are six feet apart with 10 or fewer people per table, according to the release.
Source: CNN News