Governor Jim Justice (R-WV) has announced that he will lift capacity limits on bars, restaurants, and businesses.
BREAKING NEWS: Bars, restaurants, small businesses/retail stores, gyms, and museums in West Virginia can open to 100% capacity, Governor Jim Justice announced Friday. https://t.co/M4xVJ9x6K2
— WVVA News (@WVVA) March 5, 2021
Capacity limits have been lifted on bars, restaurants, and businesses in West Virginia.
Governor Jim Justice made the announcement in a Friday press briefing.
Bars, restaurants, small businesses/retail stores, gyms, and museums can open to 100% capacity, if social distancing can be maintained.
However, the indoor face mask requirement will remain in effect.
“I encourage everyone there to just use good sense and absolutely try if you can at all times except when you’re eating or drinking to keep your mask on,” Justice said.
It is important that I point out the indoor face mask requirement will remain in effect.
Americans should not be forced to wear a mask.
With that being said, the main issue here is that we see businesses be able to fully open up. This is an important step and one that will help those living in West Virginia.
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