Restaurants, Bars, Hair Salons to Reopen June 1 on Limited Basis
TJ Leverentz | May 20, 2020 AT 3:38 pm
(KWNO) Restaurants, bars, and hair salons in Minnesota will be able to reopen on June 1 with restrictions.
Gov. Tim Walz says the state will move into phase two of its reopening plan, which will let bars and restaurants reopen for outdoor seating only and allows salons to reopen with limited capacity.
Reservations at bars and restaurants will be required. All workers will have to wear masks and patrons are encouraged to wear masks. Outdoor tables must be stationed six feet apart and no more than four people will be allowed per table unless they are part of a family, making the limit six per table.
Capacity at salons is capped at 25% of the fire code capacity. Patrons and workers are required to wear masks and no walk-ins are allowed.
Churches and health clubs will remain closed. Youth sports can resume without games. Day camps can reopen but overnight camps cannot.
It is phase two of four to reopen the state. Indoor seating at bars and restaurants will be allowed in phase three.