Running List of States Reshutting Dine-In Service Due to COVID-19 Spikes

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Minnesota

All on-premise restaurant dining, indoor and out, closed starting November 20.

Colorado

Indoor table service closed at 15 of 64 counties (as of November 20). Outdoor dining still offered.

Washington

All indoor table service closed beginning November 18. Outdoor dining is still offered but limited to parties of five.

Oregon

All on-premises restaurant dining, indoor and out, closed starting November 18.

Michigan

Indoor table service closed starting November 18. Outdoor dining is still offered.

West Virginia

50 percent indoor dining capacity.

Wisconsin

Indoor dining 25 percent capacity.

Montana

50 percent capacity and close at 10 p.m.

North Carolina

Restaurants and bars must close at 10 p.m.

New Mexico

All on-premises restaurant dining, indoor and out, closed starting November 16.

Massachusetts

Restaurants closed to the public by 9:30 p.m.

Illinois 

Indoor table service closed starting November 20. Outdoor dining is still offered.

Nevada

Indoor dining 25 percent capacity.

California 

All on-premises restaurant dining, indoor and out, closed in most of the state starting Dec. 6.

Missouri

Indoor table service closed in St. Louis starting November 17 for at least four weeks. Outdoor dining is still offered.

Maryland

10 p.m. closure of bars and restaurants.

Baltimore: Indoor and outdoor seating closed December 10. 

Pennsylvania 

Indoor table service closed statewide beginning December 11. 

New York

Indoor table service closed in certain zones in the state starting November 20. Outdoor dining is still offered. Curfew at 10 p.m.

New York City, all indoor dining closed.

New Jersey

10 p.m. curfew on indoor dining.

Tennessee

Memphis: Reduced dining-room capacity to 50 percent.

Kentucky

In-restaurant dining allowed at 50 percent capacity. 11 p.m. closure of bars and restaurants. 

Arizona

50 percent capacity.

Connecticut

Dining curfew at 9:30 p.m.

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