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New York Post Features Rodd’s in Bristol About Reopening The State

The New York Post reports beginning May 1, outdoor restrictions will be lifted on businesses, such as mask-wearing when social distancing can’t be observed. Also, the rule that alcohol can’t be served without food will be lifted, essentially allowing outdoor bar service.

A customer sitting at a counter at Rodd’s Restaurant in Bristol, Connecticut on December 10, 2020.
AP Photo/Jessica Hil

Additionally, table seating outdoors will no longer be limited to eight people and business curfews will be moved back from 11 p.m. to 12 a.m., giving restaurants an opportunity to have a second seating and putting Connecticut on course with New York.

An employee cleaning the countertop at Rodd’s Restaurant in Bristol, Connecticut on December 10, 2020.
AP Photo/Jessica Hill

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