Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas on Monday announced guidelines for reopening Kansas City later this week.
Starting Friday, restaurants will be open to dine-in patrons, but parties must be six feet apart. No bar seating or buffets are permitted. Restaurants will be required to sanitize high-touch surfaces every 90 minutes and are “strongly encouraged” to keep a log of customers.
Playgrounds, dog parks and gyms will also be allowed to reopen, KMBC reports.
All non-essential businesses must adhere to the city’s 10/10/10 rule limiting them to 10% capacity or 10 people.
“We continue to encourage all Kansas Citians to limit nonessential outings, to wear masks while in public and to maintain social distancing,” Lucas said in a press release.