Colorado restaurants can open Wednesday at reduced capacity

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BROOKHAVEN, GA – APRIL 27: Barry Lennon, Operating Partner of J. Christopher, hangs up signs to to promote dine in service now available in the J. Christopher restaurant on April 27, 2020 in Brookhaven, Georgia. Gov. Brian Kemp has allowed some non-essential businesses to start re-opening in Georgia amid the COVID-19 Pandemic. As of Monday, restaurants around Georgia are allowed to offer dine-in service. Non-essential businesses allowed to start reopening are restaurants, movie theaters, tattoo shops, salons, gyms and nail salons. (Photo by Jessica McGowan/Getty Images)

DENVER (AP) — Restaurants in Colorado can re-open at reduced capacity this week and day camps will be able to open next week.

Gov. Jared Polis announced Monday that restaurants across the state can open starting Wednesday if they limit themselves to half of their posted occupancy limit but they cannot have more than 50 customers at a time. Restaurants in places like El Paso and Routt counties have already been allowed to re-open under special approvals by state health officials. Children’s day camps and youth sports camps will be able to open on June 1 but residential overnight camps won’t be allowed to open yet.

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