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Baltimore Metropolis removes 1 hour eating restriction, eases others – WBAL TV Baltimore

The one hour dining restriction on Baltimore restaurants will be lifted Monday, as well as other coronavirus restrictions in the City, Mayor Brandon Scott announced Wednesday.|| Coronavirus updates | Maryland’s latest numbers | Get tested | Vaccine Info ||Scott said after consulting with City Health Department officials and seeing a decline in new coronavirus cases and the positivity rate, the city will ease some restrictions beginning at 6 a.m. Monday. Maryland online vaccination site locator Vaccine Data Dashboard Maryland vaccination plan FAQsThe 10 person indoor and 25 person outdoor gathering limit will be removed. Instead, all gatherings must comply with all relevant occupancy based on space at 25% of the maximum occupancy load of the Facility under the applicable fire code as set forth on a certificate issued for the Facility by a local fire code official.The one hour time limit on bars and restaurants will be removed. A sign in and sign out sheet must continue to be used. The 25% capacity indoor and 50% capacity outdoor limits are still in place.Gym classes are permitted at 25% occupancy or 10 people, whichever is higher.Live performances are permitted as long as performers wear masks and adhere to physical distancing.Adult entertainment remained prohibited.Organized amateur sports, including schools, youth, recreational, clinics, skill sessions, scrimmages and practices are permitted. Tournaments and games against teams from other states are prohibited. Indoor sporting events are limited to 25% occupancy with a maximum of 50 people. Masks must be worn by all players and spectators.

The one hour dining restriction on Baltimore restaurants will be lifted Monday, as well as other coronavirus restrictions in the City, Mayor Brandon Scott announced Wednesday.

|| Coronavirus updates | Maryland’s latest numbers | Get tested | Vaccine Info ||

Scott said after consulting with City Health Department officials and seeing a decline in new coronavirus cases and the positivity rate, the city will ease some restrictions beginning at 6 a.m. Monday.

The 10 person indoor and 25 person outdoor gathering limit will be removed. Instead, all gatherings must comply with all relevant occupancy based on space at 25% of the maximum occupancy load of the Facility under the applicable fire code as set forth on a certificate issued for the Facility by a local fire code official.

The one hour time limit on bars and restaurants will be removed. A sign in and sign out sheet must continue to be used. The 25% capacity indoor and 50% capacity outdoor limits are still in place.

Gym classes are permitted at 25% occupancy or 10 people, whichever is higher.

Live performances are permitted as long as performers wear masks and adhere to physical distancing.

Adult entertainment remained prohibited.

Organized amateur sports, including schools, youth, recreational, clinics, skill sessions, scrimmages and practices are permitted. Tournaments and games against teams from other states are prohibited. Indoor sporting events are limited to 25% occupancy with a maximum of 50 people. Masks must be worn by all players and spectators.

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