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Today, some businesses will be allowed to increase capacity within their businesses.
“This is an initial step where we’ll watch and see to ensure we don’t see a corresponding increase in cases, or these dangerous variants changing what we've been seeing in our trends," Beshear said.
Capacity for Ky. restaurants, gyms and other businesses boosted to 60% starting today.
• Bars and restaurants
• Fitness centers
• Salons, cosmetology services, barber shops and nail salons
• Houses of worship
• Funeral and memorial services
• Office-based businesses
• Government offices
• Movie theaters
• Indoor educational and cultural activities
• Massage therapy
• Bowling alleys
• Tanning salons
• Tattoo parlors
• Vehicle and vessel dealerships
• Indoor auctions
These businesses will still be required to enforce the statewide mask mandate and take other precautions to limit the spread of coronavirus. Gov. Beshear emphasized that businesses must still allow for six feet of distance between occupants to allow that boost in capacity.
Starting March 15, Kentucky childcare centers will be allowed to return to regular group sizes, Beshear said, in line with Kentucky's vaccination schedule for childcare workers in phase 1B.