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New York City will reopen indoor dining in restaurants this month

Restaurants will be able to open at 25% capacity, and with other rules in place, Governor Andrew Cuomo said.

New York City restaurants will soon serve customers indoors again, at a reduced capacity.
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New York City restaurants will reopen for indoor dining on Sept. 30, for the first time since the start of the coronavirus pandemic in March, Governor Andrew Cuomo said on Twitter Wednesday.

There will be new rules in place aimed at avoiding the spread of COVID-19: Restaurants can only fill to 25% capacity indoors, and all patrons must have their temperature taken at the door. One member of each dining party will be required to provide the restaurant with their contact information for contact tracing purposes. There will also be no bar service, and no service after midnight. Tables must be set up six feet apart, and masks must be worn unless a patron is at a table. 

Until now, restaurants in New York City had been able to offer takeout and serve customers outdoors. 

For more, check out how to safely order food delivery and takeout during coronavirus, the best online food delivery services and 10 activities that expose you to coronavirus, ranked from most to least risky.