Owners of buildings used for commercial, industrial, or other enterprises, and of residential buildings with at least 50 units, must implement the following policies at minimum:
Clean and disinfect high-touch areas routinely in accordance with CDC guidelines, particularly in spaces accessible to staff, customers, tenants, or other individuals, particularly following a known or potential exposure;
Maintain current cleaning procedures in all other areas of the facility;
Ensure that the facility has a sufficient number of workers to perform the above protocols effectively.
Restaurants, cafeterias, food courts, bars, etc., that are still permitted to operate must adopt the following policies:
Limit occupancy to 10% of stated maximum capacity;
Ensure 6 feet of distance between workers and customers except at the moment of payment or exchange of goods;
Arrange for contactless pay options, pickup, or delivery wherever possible;
Provide hand sanitizer and wipes to staff and customers;
Frequently sanitize high-touch areas like credit card machines, keypads, and counters;
Require infection control practices such as regular hand washing, coughing and sneezing etiquette, and proper tissue usage;
Place conspicuous signage at entrances and throughout the food business alerting staff and customers to the required 6 feet of distance;
Require workers and customers to wear cloth face coverings, and require workers to wear gloves. A business must provide, at its own expense, these face coverings and gloves for employees. Customers may be exempted if it would inhibit their health, or if under two years of age. If a customer refuses, they must be denied entry, but another method of pickup should be provided.
Beginning, June 15, food and beverage establishments can open for outdoor dining, while adopting the following protocols and policies:
Ensure all areas designated for food and/or beverage consumption conform to applicable local, State, and Federal regulations;
Limit capacity to a number that ensure patrons can remain six feet apart from all other patrons, except for those with whom they are sharing a table;
Ensure that tables seating individual groups are six feet apart in all directions and that individual seats in any shared area that is not reserved for individual groups, such as an outdoor bar area, are also six feet apart in all directions
Prohibit patrons from entering the indoor premises of the food or beverage establishment, except to walk through such premises when entering or exiting the food or beverage establishment in order to access the outdoor area, or to use the restroom;
Require patrons to wear a face covering while inside the indoor premises of the food or beverage establishment, unless the patron has a medical reason for not doing so or is a child under two years of age;
Prohibit smoking in any outdoor areas designated for the consumption of food and/or beverages; and
Satisfy all standards issued by the Department of Health.