The D.C. Liquor Board Has Voted to Lift the Remaining Pandemic Restrictions on Bars and Restaurants

The Washington, D.C., liquor board voted Wednesday to lift the last of coronavirus restrictions on bars and restaurants.

The board voted unanimously to end the requirement placed on bars and restaurants to collect customers’ information for contact tracing and have a reservation system in place, the Washingtonian reported.

The new rule will go into effect Friday along with other coronavirus restrictions being lifted on the same day.

Read the source article at The Hill

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