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In that regard, Miami will be able to take advantage of its warm weather and direct patrons with food or beverages to outdoor areas.
“So, we first and foremost wanted to keep our staff, our neighbors, and our patrons safe,” he said.
Much depends on the local restrictions in place, but the center could have 50 donors indoors and up to a few hundred outside, with testing and other protocols in place to assure artist and patron safety.
Earlier this fall, many of the nation’s restaurants opened their doors to patrons to eat inside, especially as the weather turned cold in places.
IS INDOOR DINING SAFE? FIVE HEALTH EXPERTS WEIGH IN.BY LAURIE ARCHBALD-PANNONE ET AL./THE CONVERSATIONJANUARY 6, 2021POPULAR SCIENCE
The real test, at that point, will be convincing patrons it’s safe to come back to the gym.
They say they are closing their doors after decades of serving city patrons.
Once audiences experience the high-quality professional theater that they produce, those patrons are more likely to become permanent.
The Prince George’s County library system, like others in the region, has offered curbside pickup but has not allowed patrons into buildings during the pandemic.
The team’s first thought was to make an audio version available to patrons via website.
Elsewhere in Maryland, Anne Arundel County police are investigating an assault on two retail employees who tried to ask patrons to wear masks.
OFFICIALS OUTLINE PLANS FOR CORONAVIRUS VACCINE DISTRIBUTION IN WASHINGTON REGIONREBECCA TAN, ERIN COX, LAURA VOZZELLA, MICHAEL BRICE-SADDLERDECEMBER 2, 2020WASHINGTON POST

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