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NH coronavirus restaurant restriction lifted, allowing them to operate at full capacity
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A coronavirus restriction has been lifted that kept restaurants in four southern New Hampshire counties from operating indoors at full capacity.
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Indoor dining at restaurants in Rockingham, Hillsborough, Merrimack and Strafford counties had been limited to 50% capacity because they were the counties with 90% of the state’s COVID-19 cases, according to reports.
Gov. Chris Sununu announced the change Friday.
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“We’re coming into the fall months, and outdoor seating is not going to be as possible as it was over the summer,” Sununu said. “So effective immediately, we’ll have 100% capacity in restaurants that choose to do so.”
Tables still have to be spaced 6 feet apart. Masks are required to enter, exit and move around a restaurant