Restaurants and bars in the US close back

Restaurants and bars that have reopened in the US under different rules in each state have begun to close back with the increase in Covid-19 cases.

A large increase in Covid-19 cases was observed in some states after restaurants reopened with rules such as the return of the restaurant to its full function including the dining area or the closure of dining areas. Several states and some cities that have observed an increase in cases have decided to close restaurants again or stop the opening of dining areas in an attempt to control the spread of the virus.

Bars and nightclubs allowed to open in Idaho’s Ada County closed on June 15, Eater reported. Florida, which allowed bars to open, closed bars back on June 26. Arizona has decided to close the bars until July 27 at best. With the increase in the number of cases in Texas, the restaurant has returned to 50% capacity. In California, Los Angeles and 18 more regions have returned to the delivery and takeaway model. The state of Michigan, which allows restaurants and bars to meet their customers indoors, has reverted to the takeaway and open-air model.